Sunday, February 01, 2009

Gently Read Literature

February 2009, Vol. 2, Issue 11
Editor: Daniel Casey

Poetry Reviews:

Poetry that Jingles, a Good Value: Zinta Aistars on Katy Lederer’s The Heaven-Sent Leaf

The Past Still Remains: J. Michael Wahlgren on Idra Novey’s The Next Country

The Word is the Thing: Laurie Junkins on Sally Van Doren’s Sex at Noon Taxes

Tangible Poetic Gold: Suzanne Ondrus on Aracelis Girmay’s Teeth

The Adaptation/Adoption of Form: Nici Lee on Narrow Road to the Interior by Kimiko Hahn

Nature in its Raw: R.L. Greenfield on Charles Wright’s Littlefoot

Fiction Reviews:

More Schizophrenic than Southern: Ashly Hood on Katie Crouch’s debut novel Girls in Trucks

A Warmhearted Journey: Amy Schrader on Stefan Merrill Block’s novel The Story of Forgetting

A Quiet Ending to a Loud Story: Sam Friedman on the novel Prescription for a Superior Existence by Josh Emmons

February’s Featured Artist: Mark Shetabi

See also January 2009 issue of Gently Read Literature:

"A Much, Much Darker Palette: Zinta Aistars on Temporary People by Steve Gillis"

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