REVIEWED: Heart Berries

Heart Berries by Terese Marie Mailhot (Memoir, 2018). Already a New York Times Bestseller, this powerful if slender volume is a memoir, though told in highly poetic and richly evocative prose. Ms. Mailhot is a Canadian-born member of the Salish People now living in the United States. She holds a M.F.A. in fiction from the Institute of […]

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REVIEWED: A Collection of Nightmares

A Collection of Nightmares by Christina Sng (Dark Poetry Collection, 2017). This book-length collection of Christina Sng’s poetry offers up 47 darkly fascinating poems. A horrific/doomsday tone predominates, quite often mixed with science fictional aspects. With that in mind, the frequency of narrative/story-telling poems is no surprise. Another recurrent theme interwoven in the fabric of this book […]

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