Both of my recent books have been reviewed by generous poets, and I’m grateful for the time and attention they gave, and the keen readings and insights. I’m always fascinated where poems land for others, what they mean, how they shape shift once they’ve flown from my barn.
From Risa Denenberg, curator of The Poetry Cafe and editor at Headmistress Press, a review of Refugia.
And from Melissa Reeser Poulin, editor and author of Rupture, Light (Finishing Line Press, 2019), a review of Echolocation at Cider Press Review.
Writing reviews is a labor of love, and keeps poetry (and poets) going! Thank you, my community.