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Modern Haiku, vol.35.1 a prestigious haiku quarterly, then edited by Lee Gurga. reviews
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ORIGINAL IS FIVE PAGES AND EASILY FOUND ONLINE Those who think of haiku as simple little poems should certainly get out and read “Rise, Ye Sea...
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Myth of the Simple Mchines
LunaL a journal of poetry and translation reviews
"The Myth of the Simple Machines is from that wonderful world where poetry intersects with storytelling. And as Laurel Snyder shows, it’s a world of endless...
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Myth of the Simple Mchines
The L Magazine reviews
The beauty of a simple machine is its ability to accomplish something extraordinary simply: a pen, say, some paper, and the capacity to leap headfirst into the...
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Parenting, Inc.
LIbrary Journal reviews
Like Judith Warner's Perfect Madness, this sine qua non for new parents is highly recommended.
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Curled Up With a Good Book reviews
Curled Up with a Good Book calls Mary Saracino's novel The Singing of Swans "an engrossing tale" and "a fascinating read. Rich in historical detail...
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MatriFocus reviews
In the Samhain 2006 issue of MatriFocus: Cross-Quarterly for the Goddess Woman, Dahti Blanchard calls The Singing of Swans by Mary Saracino "one of those...
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The Feminist Review reviews
Jeanne Winslow at the Feminist Review says of Mary Saracino's novel The Singing of Swans: Saracino's mythology gives a voice to women while also providing social...
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The Beltane Papers reviews
Reviewer Denise Bell writes: Throughout the book the author has woven stories of women who each worshiped the Black Madonna, the Dark Mother, or the Divine She....
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Sage Woman Magazine reviews
Reviewer Barbara Ardinger calls the novel "a complex, sometimes disturbing, sometimes enchanting fairy tale about a long line of Sicilian* women who worship...
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Big Bridge Magazine reviews
Very early in the book, it was so very tempting to accuse the author of merely name dropping about his Herculean druggy glory days; touting others' achievements...
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Novel: Sardinian Silver
www.readersfavorite.com reviews
The setting is the beautiful island of Sardinian, 1960. Arthur Fraser is enchanted with the beautiful island. Sardinia is his vision of paradise. When Arthur meets...
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Feminist Review reviews
Anyone who has experienced campus life, whether in 1981 or 2009, knows a student like Norma Rogers. She is that girl from freshman year. She is the girl who gets...
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BORDERS's Shortlist Interview reviews
The co-author, with Randy Pausch, of the inspiring bestseller The Last Lecture, Jeffrey Zaslow offers another charming book of wisdom and life lessons in The Girls...
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Orlando Sentinel reviews
Sentinel staffer Jean Patteson weighs in today, with a look at Jeffrey Zaslow's The Girls From Ames, out today. If you’re a woman reading The Girls from Ames, you...
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Sun Chronicle reviews
While Jane Nash and her girlfriends from childhood have always cherished their enduring friendship, she says they never thought it was all that unique or...
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http://foodthought.org/labels/mama%20phd.html reviews
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THE FORBIDDEN DAUGHTER
Romance Reviews Today reviews
Beautifully written, with realistic dialogue and characters who will make your heart ache at times, THE FORBIDDEN DAUGHTER is a worthy successor to Ms. Bantwal's...
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The Road Out Of Hell
The Associated Press -- and viral reprints throughout mainstream media reviews
"The Road Out of Hell: Sanford Clark and the True Story of the Wineville Murders" (Union Square Press, 304 pages, $24.95), by Anthony Flacco, with Jerry Clark:...
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Harriet Klausner, Genre-Go-Around reviews
"No one makes werewolves seem real better than romantic urban fantasist Terry Spear continually does with her “Wolf” saga (see Legend of the White Wolf, To Tempt a...
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