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The San Francisco Chronicle reviews
If atmosphere were everything in fiction, Vincent Louis Carrella's first novel might be proclaimed a masterpiece. "Serpent Box" takes readers deep inside the world...
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Omaha World Herald reviews
Jacob Flint sneaks out in the middle of the night so that on midnight of his 10th birthday, he'll be at his tree -- the tree where his pregnant mother, seeking...
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NPR - WGCU Southwest Florida reviews
Now let’s hear what our book reviewer, Linda Fasulo, has to say about “Catching Genius” by Kristy Kiernan.
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What Feeds Us
Valparaiso Poetry Review reviews
Every taste the tongue seeks and savors — salt, sour, bitter, sweet — even umami, the fifth taste, itself the savory — is summoned forth for us in Diane Lockward’s...
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What Feeds Us
Rattle reviews
In this, her second collection of poems, Lockward considers the things that feed her in both the physical and metaphoric sense. Readers will find a sensuous feast...
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What Feeds Us
Poemeleon reviews
In this book, winner of the Quentin R. Howard Poetry Prize, as in her first collection, Eve’s Red Dress, Lockward is attuned to duality, the dark and the light,...
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Matters of Faith
Romantic Times reviews
4.5 Stars Told from the viewpoint of Marshall and his mother, this tale’s central focus is on a crisis and how the different ways of responding to it can cause...
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What Feeds Us
Bookslut reviews
Diane Lockward plunges headfirst into her obsession with both words and food in her luscious book, What Feeds Us. The title poem begins: “I brought the things I...
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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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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Remember this name: Michelle Richmond...impressive talent and emotional range...Richmond writes with grace, calm, a refreshing sense of playfulness
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From the Cheap Seats reviews
Camille Marchetta explores the tragedy of loss through the revealing journey into the lives, emotions, and thoughts of those who are most impacted by loss -- those...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Choice reviews
Rebel draws on a wide range of manuscript sources and offers, as well, a wider view of Mosby than we have seen before, covering not only his Civil War exploits but...
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BookIdeas.Com reviews
Equally satisfying are the glimpses that the author provides into Roman life. Many scenes are set in Arcturus's household, for instance "a good opportunity for us...
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Love Romances & More reviews
What sets this book a step above many others is that it keeps the reader guessing and is fast paced enough to never incite boredom. Ms Stanley must have done a...
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Mystery News reviews
Phillip Marlowe and John Rebus have a new cousin ... who speaks Latin.
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Women Writers reviews
The reader realises soon that not for nothing do fat yellow and black bees crawl over the fruit on the cover of Lockward’s book. In a poem entitled, “Invective...
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good dog
iVillage.com reviews
Amazingly, the free-verse poetry here gives a very real, yet subtle and sensitive, introduction to each of 16 breeds of dogs, from the Westie to the mutt. In...
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The National Post reviews
"(Holborn) expertly captures the mishmash of First Nations culture, warmed-over New Age flummery and fast-food franchise creep typical of communities on the last...
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Who Lives?: A Play
ReviewPlays.com reviews
This play takes you back to the early 1960’s. To be more specific, 1963, about a year or so after a revolutionary kidney machine was pioneered by Belding Scribner...
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