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CHAPBOOK REVIEW: Katie Jean Shinkle’s Baby-Doll Under Ice (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2014) | by Emilie B. Lindemann

It must have been fate that lemons were floating in my ice water while I read Katie Jean Shinkle’s chapbook Baby-Doll Under Ice on a late summer night. 811 more words


Notes to a Husband by J. Bruce Fuller

When I was reading J. Bruce Fuller’s Notes to a Husband this summer, I was also moving in with my boyfriend. And while Fuller’s chapbook is about a relationship ending, there is so much wisdom in these short notes from a wife to her husband that rather than finding a guide to ending a relationship, I found reminders of how to be fully in one. 786 more words


Catastrophe Theory by Susan Yount and By Fire by Jessica Cuello

Self-defined as a two-woman operation, Hyacinth Girl Press (HPG) is micro-press that publishes up to six handmade poetry chapbooks per year. After being introduced to its editor, Margaret Bashaar at AWP 2014, Bashaar asked what kind of poetry I write, and in the haze of the AWP Bookfair, I completely failed at selling myself. 1,223 more words


MICHAEL H. BROWNSTEIN - Chapbook interview by Devlin De La Chapa

As an occasional Critic, I find it rather difficult to compose such a stellar review on a topic that is quite unforeign to many of us now referring to Michael H. 955 more words

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Review of the chapbook by Loren Rhoads, Ashes and Rust

Ashes and Rust

46 page chapbook, $5.00 from Automatism Press and as an e-book for Kindle on Amazon.com for 2.99.

Automatism Press

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I am South by Donna Snyder; Review by Lawrence Barrett

Lawrence Barrett Review of I Am South by Donna Snyder, Virgoray Press, 2010; Available at www. virgoraypress.blogspot.com.

Donna Snyder, an accomplished, well-known and published El Paso poet and writer has delivered her first book, or rather chapbook, with a style that can be characterized as uniquely her own. 142 more words

Virgogray Press

I'm Gonna Get a Kiss, Then I'm Gonna Get Away From Here

Heavy Feather Review‘s first issue debuted last Saturday. When I got my contributor’s copy and read the poems in them, I realized that I can’t let superstition deny the want to craft a good love poem for the person I’m with. 181 more words

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