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Jonterri Gadson reviews Nocturne Trio, Metta Sáma’s webBook: "Nocturne Trio’s pages are literally canvases. This me...
The poems in Laila Halaby’s My Name on His Tongue are straightforward, breathtakingly simple, and powered by a deep, ...
Metta Sáma reviews Khadijah Queen’s book of poetry Black Peculiar: "My barometer for a great book of poems is discomf...
Traci Brimhall’s second poetry collection, Our Lady of the Ruins, winner of the Barnard Women Poets Prize, taps Traci ...
Tori Grant-Welhouse reviews Gloss by Ida Stewart: "There is an expression that you are the place you come from. This is ...
Metta Sáma reviews Amy King’s I Want to Make You Safe: "King’s book is not quiet; hers is an aesthetics of sound fr...
Metta Sáma reviews Marie-Elizabeth Mali's "Steady, My Gaze": "Mali’s poems are deceitful: sizzling and quiet, brash a...
LouAnn Muhm reviews Deborah Digges' final poetry collection, The Wind Blows Through the Doors of My Heart. Muhm writes i...
Val B. Russell reviews a new translation of Anna Swir's poetry collection, Building the Barricade and other Poems (Calyp...
Money for Sunsets Steel Toe Books, 2010 Years ago I read Eve Alexandra’s The Drowned Girl and felt powerfully, utt...
Main Street Rag, 2007 We’re often trained to think of titles as the entryway to the poem; after all, it’s the first ...
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 ...
Finishing Line Press, 2010 Reviewed by Georgia Ann Banks-Martin Cynthia Reeser is a poet, visual artist, musician, and t...