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14Dec
Bottom Dog Press, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-933964-89-8 Paperback, 159 pp., $17 Review by Andrew T. Powers Sheldon Lee Compton’s new novel, Brown Bottle, is an Appalachian Gothic, a tragic Kentuckian tale with two...
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13Dec
The holidays are here and daily routines are affected. Cooler weather has prompted sweaters and boots. Lights and decorations pop up everywhere, and lines are longer. Whether you rejoice or not, you...
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13Dec
Soren James is a writer and visual artist working in the UK. He has been previously published in Grievous Angel, Cafe Irreal, Page & Spine, and Nanoism. More of his work can...
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09Dec
Interview by Nathan Leslie John Dufresne is an outstanding writer of novels and short stories who has long resided and taught in South Florida (he teaches at the MFA program at Florida...
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05Dec
NYQ Books, 2015 ISBN: 978-1-63045-008-3 Paperback, 107 pp., $14.95 Review by Andrew T. Powers Reading the poems in John Amen’s most recent collection, strange theater, is like rewiring one’s occult circuitry, what...
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23Oct
(Inspired by the Paul Simon song Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover)   The problem is that he’s driving you insane You cannot stand the sight of him again, You have to...
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22Oct
Tailwinds Press, 2015 ISBN: 978-0-9967175-0-2 Trade paperback, 229 pages, $14 Review by Robert Boucheron Kinda Sorta American Dream, Steve Karas’s first book, includes fourteen stories of varied length, ten of which have...
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21Oct
Hi, welcome back. So glad you could join me. Today we’ll be working on the manual for a happy little shoulder-held surface-to-air missile, the Raytheon FIM-92 “Stinger.” Here I’ve got a prepared...
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02Oct
Rhiannon Lee is a surrealist, Toronto-based illustrator who graduated from Sheridan College's Illustration program in 2016. Interested in surrealism, perspective, design, and science, she works to create detailed ballpoint pen drawings to...
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26Sep
Aqueous Books, 2015 ISBN: 978-0-9892387-4-8 Perfect bound, 331 pp., $16.99 Review by Mary Lannon In his essay, “Everybody’s Protest Novel,” James Baldwin famously castigated James Wright and Harriet Beecher Stowe for making...
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