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Claudia F. Savage: Bruising Continents

In Bruising Continents (Spuyten Duyvil Press), poet Claudia F. Savage charts an intimate personal landscape of love and longing with …continue reading →

October 5, 2017

Sophie Pinkham – Black Square: Adventures in Post-Soviet Ukraine

If you’ve ever had any interest in Ukraine, than look no further than Sophie Pinkham’s recent debut, Black Square: Adventures …continue reading →

January 9, 2017

Paula Whyman – You May See a Stranger

I’m daydreaming about a white box truck. And look, it has just pulled into my driveway. It could be the …continue reading →

November 14, 2016

Jeffrey Ford – A Natural History of Hell

If stories are an attempt to connect with and understand the world, then Jeffrey Ford’s story collection A Natural History …continue reading →

October 31, 2016

Debbie Graber – Kevin Kramer Starts on Monday

The Office has nothing on Debbie Graber’s inventive, piercing collection Kevin Kramer Starts on Monday (Unnamed Press). The title character, …continue reading →

September 19, 2016

John Jodzio – Knockout

The tall tale is elevated to an art form in John Jodzio’s third collection of stories, the deeply weird and …continue reading →

September 5, 2016

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