Category: Reviews

Lady Crawford Featured on Lenny

Lena Dunham is reading Julie Cameron Gray’s Lady Crawford, praising the collection for the way it “eschews abstraction in favor of finely honed narratives about

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Players Receives Rave Review

In Hamilton Arts and Letters magazine’s Rave Review section, John Nyman’s Players received lots of praise from Danny Jacobs: “The poems are purposely shifty, but

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John Nyman Readings

Here are two more opportunities to hear Players author John Nyman read this spring! May 31: Art Bar —  8 p.m., The Black Swan, 154 Danforth

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Review of Edge

Mary Dalton’s Edge: Essays, Reviews, Interviews is gathering lots of attention. In Partisan, Patrick O’Reilly praises the collection: “… incendiary in its intellect, arresting and alien in its beauty.” Read

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Review of Weathervane

From over at the Library of Pacific Tranquility, here’s a nice review of Mark Sampson’s Weathervane: “Sampson has the ability here to wax profanely about

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