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Book Reviews

Balance of joy and sorrow flood Blessings and Curses

Jan 10th, 2011 | By | Category: Book Reviews

Anne Whitehouse (www.annewhitehouse.com) is a writer of poetry, fiction and journalism, and has worked in development for non-profit agencies. She has taught in colleges, universities, and public schools in the greater New York Metropolitan area. She is the author of

Travel a poet’s life in “This is How I Feel”

Apr 24th, 2010 | By | Category: Book Reviews
“This Is How I Feel: My Life In Verse” is a headlong leap into the journal of Dimonique Boyd.

Ber-henda Williams’ Memoirs of the Human Experience

Feb 10th, 2010 | By | Category: Book Reviews
The writer within can turn the ordinary and everyday into a personal glance at the soul.

R Jay Slais’ “Mice Verses Man”

Jan 19th, 2010 | By | Category: Book Reviews
The voice of this poet sings the lamentations of typical man, the everyday man however, it comes to us in the form of a unique echo; one that resonates within us and only comes from the Poet, R Jay Slais.

“The Bat’s Love Song” Heather Ann Schmidt

Jan 17th, 2010 | By | Category: Book Reviews

American Haiku by Heather Ann Schmidt

American Haiku by Heather Ann Schmidt

This most recent collection of American Haiku by Heather Ann Schmidt is nothing short of a plate generously filled and piled high with delectable, literary morsels. The old adage of “You can’t stop at …

Who’s Jim Hines? by Jean Alicia Elster

Nov 8th, 2009 | By | Category: Book Reviews

Who's Jim Hines?I had the opportunity to meet this author and receive a copy of her latest award winning book entitled, Who’s Jim Hines? This story takes place in Detroit, Michigan during the height of the Depression. Douglas Ford Junior is a …

Lyrics of an Awakening by Brook Blander

Nov 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Book Reviews
With each turn of the page, I am left with a brighter smile, a lighter heart, and a greater respect for this excellent poetess and writer. She is indeed, One of Detroit’s poetic masters.

Rummaging in the Attic by Constance Stadler

Oct 25th, 2009 | By | Category: Book Reviews
Constance Stadler is a poet to read daily, for each piece of art that she renders is another gem to be placed into our poetic jewelry boxes.

The Rough Chronicles of Bi-Polar Romance by Julie M. Tate

Oct 16th, 2009 | By | Category: Book Reviews
Julie M. Tate tells us the truth of things. They are her truths, but those that each of us can relate to in one way or another

Unique And Repeated by Zack Moll

Sep 28th, 2009 | By | Category: Book Reviews
Moll’s collection of work in this chapter takes the reader on a journey of typical man and all his dreams, sorrows, and joys. His works speaks to the struggles that each of us face each day.