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Fiction In The Digital Age: Windows Within Windows

The digital age is a chance for novelists and poets to revolutionize traditional forms. Read More »

Movie Review: Howl

This film is about how a poem titled Howl pierced Ginsberg’s soul from his sacral center to the sky. Read More »

Book Review: Still On The Road: The Songs of Bob Dylan, 1974 – 2006 by Clinton Heylin

“Ain’t no more opportunity here, everything’s been done.” — Bob Dylan aka “Lucky Wilbury”, aka “Boo Wilbury” Read More »

Book Review: White Heat: The Friendship of Emily Dickinson and Thomas Wentworth Higginson by Brenda Wineapple

For a quarter century they corresponded, upon her death he published her poetry. They shared their passion through words unspoken. Read More »

Book Review: Into the Yell: Poems by Sarah James

Wonderfully mature and ambitious, charting a line across the moments in our shared lives that characterise and change us. Read More »

Book Review: Stains by Lori A. May

The transitory and life changing moments of reflection. Read More »

Book Review: under the gums’ long shade by Beatriz Copello

A tender collection full of rich moments. Read More »