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by Suzanne Kamata 
 When I first heard the title of Sumie Kawakami’s new essay collection – Goodbye Madame But...
by Shannon K. Winston Sabrina Kherbiche is one of the most compelling emerging women writers writing in French today. I ...
by Suzanne Schlosberg Warner Books, New York, 2004 reviewed by Nicolette Westfall Although I am not well-known, I share ...
review by Suzanne Kamata In reading the poetry of Jane Joritz-Nakagawa, I am reminded of the sometimes bizarre syntax in...
Seal Press, February 2007 Review by Misty K. Ericson Feeling trapped in the daily grind of her Seattle tech job, twenty-...
Seal Press, January 2007 Review by Misty K. Ericson When Linda opens her lunchbox to find that her mother has packed hom...
Transita, United Kingdom January 2007 Review by Elizabeth Crachiolo “Good evening, dear friend. I’m extremely pl...
Waveland Press, 2006 Review by Elizabeth Crachiolo This book resists categorization: it is not purely a memoir, an ethno...
HarperPerennial. New York, 1988 Review by Lauren Westerfield “To the person in the bell jar, blank and stopped as a de...
Redbone Press, October 2006 Review by Elizabeth Crachiolo “La Mar had always been there. She knew from dreams that it ...
North Atlantic Books, Berkeley c.2000 Anne Waldman’s introduction to Strange Big Moon describes Joann Kyger’...
Transita. Oxford November 2006 Kay Langdale’s debut novel is, in the simplest of terms, an account of love and mar...
Harper Collins. New York October 2006 First impressions of both the setting and synopsis of Haweswater promises the read...
HarperPerennial. New York, 1988 Not long after making her debut upon the world of American literary modernism, Edna St. ...