Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Gently Read Literature
February 2009 Issue 23

Reviews of Contemporary Poetry and Literary Fiction:

Competing Impulses: Joseph P. Wood on Anna Journey’s If Birds Gather Your Hair for Nesting

Between the Ordinary & the Ecstatic: Michelle Moore on Lynn Levin’s Fair Creatures of an Hour

With More Than a Little Bit of Care: James Reiss on Judith Valente’s Discovering Moons

Fractured States: Robert McGuire on Being Abbas el Abd by Ahmed Alaidy

Whatever Order We Put the World: Robert Silva on Scary No Scary by Zachary Schomburg

A War With History: Kelly Lydick on Sandy Florian’s The Tree of No

Terrible Sounds: Mary Meriam on Jan Steckel’s Mixing Tracks

Eloquence in Detail: Patricia Carragon on Karen Neuberg’s Detailed Still

The Everyday: Joy Leftow Interviews and Reviews John Yamrus

Death Speaks: Mark Danowsky on The Letter from Death by Lillian Moats

February’s Featured Artist: Nathan Abels

Daniel Casey
Gently Read Literature
gentlyreadlit at gmail dot com

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