HOW TO MONETIZE DESPAIR by Lisa Mottolo is a reverie of memory and the existential wonderings on life and loss that make us human. Check out what Kristine Eckart has to say in her book review of this Unsolicited Press poetry book.
FINDING HER BEING HER by Nilam Patel is an enchanting collection that centers on the complexity and beauty of being a woman. Check out what Jadidsa Perez has to say in her book review of this indie poetry book.
DARK BEDS by Diana Whitney is a sensual, earthly collection of poetry centered around motherhood, marriage, and desire. Check out what Genevieve Hartman has to say in her book review of this June Road Press title.
THE SENTINEL’S DAWN by Elena Stewart is a fantastical poetic expression of a young woman’s powerful desires. Check out what Tucker Lieberman has to say in his book review of this indie poetry collection.
LOVE LETTERS FROM AN ARSONIST by David van den Berg is a dedication to the south and an indictment against corrupt ideas of God. Check out what Samantha Hui has to say in her book review of this April Gloaming Publishing poetry book.
THE BLUE WHALE SINGS FROM AFAR by Josefina Bérard is a collection of meditative poems gliding on a gentle breeze. Check out what Toni Woodruff has to say in their book review of this indie poetry book.
EXPOSED by Deborah Jean Burris-Kitchen, PH.D. bares her soul in this poetic exploration of gender, empowerment, and societal expectations. Check out what Elizabeth Zender has to say in her book review of this indie poetry collection.