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Valparaiso Poetry Review reviews
Diane Lockward is a poet who knows how to play. And in Eve’s Red Dress, a handsomely designed book from Wind Publications, she plays with language, with the...
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The Pedestal reviews
Eve’s Red Dress reveals modern women’s daily temptations and tribulations in 111 pages of poems, separated into five sections, that speak frankly about subjects...
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Eurekapride reviews
From Eerie to Romantic, May 14, 2008 By Amos Lassen (Little Rock, Arkansas) - See all my reviews Lundoff, Catherine, editor. "Haunted Hearths and Sapphic Shades:...
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Midori By Moonlight
Metropolis reviews
So what did this male reviewer think of Midori? I loved it, and didn’t put it down till I reached the last page.
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Wonderful Tricks
Indiana Review reviews
Gregory Spatz, Wonderful Tricks. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Mid-List Press, 2002. $15.00 paper (ISBN 0-922811-55-5), 247 pages. Reviewed by Kate Harding In “Stone...
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Los Angeles Times reviews
When a novel opens with the scene of an indoor pool filled with lobsters and enough ice to keep them alive, and the environmental attorney who rigged this stunt in...
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O. Henry Prize Stories 2008
About.com reviews
In her choices, series editor Laura Furman casts a wide net with respect to setting, narration, characters, etc. Some are the work of well-known writers - Alice...
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Voices of the Lost and Found
Grand Rapids Press reviews
Voices of the Lost and Found (Wayne State University Press), a collection of short fiction by Michigan author Dorene O'Brien, is brilliant. So brilliant that...
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Voices of the Lost and Found
Choice reviews
Released in the "Made in Michigan Writers Series," this is a solid collection of stories. Three stories--"Ovenbirds," about a woman once held hostage by a serial...
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Fiddler's Dream
Seattle Times reviews
"Not just a coming-of-age story but a poetic insight into the world of the musician. Slow down and enjoy the music in every sentence."
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http://www.cleveland.com/books/index.ssf/2009/06/slanted_and_enchanted_by_kaya.html reviews
“[An] absorbing nonfiction study of indie culture.... Oakes is no dry outsider. She believes in what she describes, she contributes to it and she speaks its...
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The New York Times Book Review reviews
"A multilayered memoir that probes profound questions of identity...Saffian explores this complicated material in beautifully nuanced prose to create a book that...
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Farm Lane Books Blog reviews
The author, Andrew Sharp is a medical doctor, and ... the doctor’s magic is present throughout this book. It is packed with insightful observations about society,...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
Minneapolis Star Tribune reviews
Maya Gottfried cleverly captures the creative writing styles of various livestock ("Yummy pants leg, can I try some?" ask two baby goats), while charming...
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Fairies of Bladderwhack Pond
Amazon.com reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars A CHARMING, MODERN DAY FAIRY TALE, April 25, 2005 By Tim Janson (Michigan) - (amazon.com TOP 50 REVIEWER) Chloe, Tip, and Darling are three...
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A Year in the Life of a "Working" Writer.
Donna Shepherd reviews
I've been reading Ernie Witham's columns for several years, and love his sense of humor. I looked forward to reading A Year in the Life of a "Working" Writer. I...
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CITY OF DRAGONS ...  next Valentine's Day, leave more than your heart in 1940 San Francisco.
Publishers Weekly reviews
Set in San Francisco in 1940, Stanley's stunning first in a new series introduces a gutsy, independent heroine who isn't always likable. As the city celebrates the...
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Armchair Interviews reviews
Upon his father’s death, Michael Tiernan inherits Oisin Pharmaceuticals. Originally, he is less than enthusiastic about this, but upon learning more details about...
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Simply Stacie reviews
I like to read…a lot…..from self help books to romance novels, I’ll read them all! The Chimera Seed is one of those books that you just can’t put down! Plus the...
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The Urbanite reviews
"A slim collection of essays, Daughters of Empire gains narrative coherence via an accretion of personal details—Satterfield’s pregnancy and her daughter’s birth,...
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