Category: Book Reviews

Mouth Full of Seeds

“To have a mouth full of seeds would be a wonderful thing, to be drowned, a throat filled with hard, shiny points like the mark left by the tip of a pencil, poised on a page.” Lately, I’ve been seeking…

Confess

“The poet makes sense of the world of experience through his ability to discover the ways various sense impressions may form a cohesive reality,” writes David Withun, a professor of literature at Savannah Classical Academy, in The Imaginative Conservative. “For…

They Say Sarah

Some of the best loved stories are made to disappoint us. More than any other genre, romance causes us, as readers, to bring our expectations and ideals of love to the forefront and, more often than not, shows us that…

Breathing Through The Wound

Denial is the quickest form of self-destruction. It’s a testament to the fragility of the human condition that we, as emotional beings, should put our guards up in times that try our resolve and threaten any sense of normalcy. Perhaps…

Three Hands None

“told again and again the story becomes its own citation” Sadly, many of us must learn to piece together our lives after serious trauma. Some mistakenly believe that the term “trauma” should only be used when discussing how events like…