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Pudding House Publications, 2008 Review by Kimberly L. Becker Color Theory Elizabeth P. Glixman is a poet and writer, as...
Travelers’ Tales, 2008 Review by Suzanne Kamata The traveler’s tale my husband and I tell most often is about th...
Crown Publishing Group, February 2006 Review by Vanessa Dora Murray It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over! Cupcake Brown, an ...
Finishing Line Press, 2007 Review by Rachel Dacus Can memories be passed down through generations? This is the question ...
Les Figues Press, 2007 Review by GA. A. Banks-Martin True Birth Voice of Ice, a collection of prose poems, by Alta Iflan...
The Arizona University Press, 2007 Review by Kimberly L. Becker The Greening If, as Diane Glancy observes, “Writin...
Ballantine Books, 2000 Review by Mary Senior Harwood Hidden Truths The brutal murder of a white woman whose body washes ...
Athena Press, 2007 For lovers of Russian Literature. – By Cheryl A Townsend Natalie Muller’s story of Demetrius ...
David Robert Books, 2005 Review by LouAnn Muhm If I were to define an overarching theme of Rachel Dacus’ 2005 poetry c...
Graywolf Press, 2007 Review by G.A. Banks-Martin How To Mourn A Son On March 6, 2008, Elegy, Mary Jo Bang’s fifth book...
Coach House Books, 2008 Review by Elizabeth J. Colen Years of Words Blown to Bits Jen Currin’s Hagiography works backw...
Pavement Saw Press, 2007 “Free association is or “Everything that irritates us about others, leads us to understandi...
Marsh Hawk Press, 2007 Poems For by GA. A. Banks-Martin Eileen Tabios published her first book of poetry in 1996 and won...
Rain Mountain Press, 2007 Where Could I Possibly Go Now That I’ve Been Here? Review by Elizabeth J. Colen From the ver...