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Sarah Freligh: A Review of Teresa Leo’s Bloom in Reverse

August 5th, 2014

In The Myth of Sisyphus, Albert Camus suggests that the “only really serious philosophical question . . . is suicide.” Sisyphus is condemned to push a boulder uphill only to


Carley Moore: Review for Painted Bride Quarterly

July 6th, 2011

Discipline by Dawn Lundy Martin (Nightboat Books, 2011) The first word of Dawn Lundy Martin’s newest collection of poetry, Discipline, is “excreta,” which is fitting because this is a book


Thomas March: A Review of Sublimation Point by   

   Jason Schneiderman

May 11th, 2011

The title of Jason Schneiderman’s collection of poems, Sublimation Point, refers to the temperature at which some solids transform directly into gasses. The first of the book’s two epigraphs is


Andrew Keller: The Paradox of Desire (A Review of   

   Histories of Bodies, a poetry collection by Mariko Nagai)

May 11th, 2011

Red Hen Press Want is the body’s fate: sitting while desiring to stand, standing while thinking about sitting. There is no end to our hunger, and once we taste the

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