Book Review: The Orange Tree by Dong Li
“no traveler brought a good name to the family’ And yet, as we see in this collection, they travelled.
Mini Book Review: a “Working Life” by Eileen Myles
I’m something unreliable and this is a day for poetry.
Love Is A Place But You Cannot Live There by Jade Wallace
This 104-page long book actually had quite a few poems I enjoyed. However, as a whole, I’m leaving this debut poetry collection 3.5 stars out of 5 (rounded up to 4 where that isn’t an option).
Book Review: 100 Poems That Matter by The Academy of American Poets
I’ve been subscribed to poets.org for the longest time. Not only am I a huge fan of the poems they send, but it’s amazing to be be able to go and read a poem on the site. Sometimes your heart needs a certain poem and it’s fantastic to be able to access it so quickly!…
Book Review: Tell Me the Truth About Love by Susanna Abse
I think this is a solid book if you’d like to understand more about yourself and the way people around you think.
To Drown as a Cure for Thirst by Blake Auden
Long story short; I loved this book, and its going into my top reads of 2022 shelf! I’m also going to have to check out the rest of Blake Audens books! This felt like a well thought out collection, with all the poems consistently good!
Women of the Harlem Renaissance Edited by Marissa Constantinou
The book selects some of the best short pieces by some of these women which is a great way to check out different writers and see whose style might be to your taste before reading more by them.
A History of Touch by Erin Emily Ann Vance | Book Review
My grandmother always said, Ask no questions when disposing of bodies.