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Like looking down, past one’s toes, over the precipice and into the abyss, Zvi Sesling’s new book, War Zones,: ... more ⇒
Mark DeCarteret’s poems wear their elegant disillusionment lightly, as if they knew that only by losing our projections do we see clearly: ... more ⇒
In her new book of poems I Wish Francisco Franco Would Love Me Gloria Mindock continues her examination of brutality and its toll on humanity. ... more ⇒
Temptation of Wood exists in three worlds at once: a fabled yesteryear, an aching present, and a tarnished tomorrow, with poems that roam ... more ⇒
In an ambitious first book Lee Okan draws a daring parallel between the life of the universe and our own lives and loves. ... more ⇒
“I have to keep looking; try to see more, speak more, turn away less,” says Lisa DeSiro in her fine first book, ... more ⇒
Anne Elezabeth Pluto’s Lubbock Electric is a gushing exploration of life in which she gives you, the reader her world to make your own. ... more ⇒
Paul Brookes takes us through five stories, pictures of the great and small ironies of life drawn as we observe the daily routines, rituals and reactions ... more ⇒
The concise, almost cold nature of these poems, and the speaker’s persona, is so stark, it mimics our very own political landscape, in all its deeply unsettling and troubling ways. ... more ⇒
Rusty Barnes is a rugged and honest poet. His language is pure Americana, deeply entrenched in the everyday, in family and in place. ... more ⇒
In these poems you sense a man’s life being redeemed before your eyes. ... more ⇒
This collection of poetry by Devon Balwit takes a beautiful look at intimate moments, secret dreams and confessions. ... more ⇒
From the trapdoors and “spy/code” that once enchanted her while reading Nancy Drew, to bumblebees struck by frost “still sucking from the cups/ of blossoms,” Jessica Purdy feels the pulse of mystery underlying ordinary life. ... more ⇒
Living is a chaotic system that rips the Poet’s guts and splatters the entrails across the page ... more ⇒
McInnis’ thin-lined narrative poem forces the cosmos through the vise of a migraine, through the noir pinhole of a beleaguered hit man ... more ⇒
Nixes Mate is a navigational hazard in Boston Harbor where, during the Colonial period, pirates and mutineers were gibbeted. ... more ⇒
Matt Borczon trains his laser-focus upon the claustrophobic, suffocating, sinking feeling of not being able to escape the nowhere fate that threatens, at every turn, to capture us like bugs under glass. ... more ⇒
Lisa Brognano’s poetry is the vocal expression of those most beautiful things. ...
Long overdue, Bud Backen’s The Paul Bunyan Ballroom is, by its very nature, as BIG as a ballroom. ... more ⇒
This is “the” universal southern memoir for the post-millennium. ... more ⇒
After reading the poems in A World Where, anything seems within the bounds of possibility. ... more ⇒
Heather Sullivan’s Waiting for an Answer is a breath of fresh air, a debut collection by a poet who has actually lived long enough to have something to say. ...
Our narrator is an explorer, a girl who won’t say no to bizarre requests from loner/loser boys. ... more ⇒
In Hitchhiking Beatitudes, McInnis gathers the strange and dangerous jewell-pieces from a North American sojourn for the new century. ... more ⇒
This collection of poems by Jeff Weddle is the landmark in these hard and difficult times. ... more ⇒
Pris Campbell has taken her lyrical skills into the realm of Tanka and owns it. ... more ⇒
Meet Kinky at the intersection of domesticity and eroticism, the sacred crossroads of American womanhood. ... more ⇒
Welcome to Rusty Barnes’ Revere, a seaside city on the outer bounds of Boston. ...
Past Imperfect · Neil Silberblatt
Slapstick: The Lucy Poems · Taylor Liljegren
Nixes Mate Review Anthology 2017/18
Atomic Time · Elissa Rashkin
Crone · Clare L. Martin
Flaking the Rope · Gene Barry
Accelerant · Bill Yarrow
The Gone Artists · Ryki Zuckerman
Sleep in a Strange House · Jessica Purdy
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