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Review by Mayra David iUniverse, 2009 One family, one story; seven voices, seven lives. In this beautifully written nove...
Review by Mary Harwood Crown, 2010 A rich, eccentric old woman who keeps a vicious bull in her pasture. Two teen-aged bo...
Review by Leslie Hayertz Number 1: The Seven Kitchens Press ReBound Series, 2009 I first reviewed Notes from The Red Zon...
Review by Georgia Ann Banks-Martin 2nd Edition edited by Lisa C. Moore RedBone Press, 2009 The True Self Discovered and ...
Crown/Shaye Areheart Books, 2010 Review by Hannah Eason Cora Sledge, the more-than-unlikely heroine of Leslie Larson’s...
Shaye Areheart Books, 2009 Review by Mayra David This is a story that spans time, cultures, continents, even worlds. But...
Finishing Line Press, 2010 Reviewed by Georgia Ann Banks-Martin Cynthia Reeser is a poet, visual artist, musician, and t...
Bold Strokes Books, 2009 Review by Mayra David A warning: the cover of the book posits: “Imagine if you could choo...
Closed Histories Noemi Press, 2008 Disposition for Shininess (not pictured) Factory Hollow Press, 2008 Arisa White’s D...
Finishing Line Press, 2009 Review by Jamie Elizabeth Marko The question of identity is a constant struggle for most Amer...
Plain View Press, 2009 Review by Hannah Eason The ravages of World War II in contemporary art is not new. Many memoirs a...
Plainview Press, 2010 Reviewed by Georgia Ann Banks-Martin She Did What? Many books have been written and praised for th...
ed. by Leslie McGrath and Ravi Shankar Drunken Boat Press, 2010 Review by Hannah Eason Wanting to read this poetry colle...
BlazeVox, 2009 Review by Georgia Banks-Martin I live in Paran Larissa’s Shmailo’s collection of poems, In Paran is a...