Candice Louisa Daquin Reviews Composition of a Woman, Revised Edition by Christine E. Ray

Some authors compel you to recommend their books to friends. Others you forget relatively quickly. For a book to enter the hallowed halls of a classic, almost never happens. Composition of a Woman is such a book. In forty years’ time, I’ll be asking people to read this. I won’t pack this book when IContinue reading “Candice Louisa Daquin Reviews Composition of a Woman, Revised Edition by Christine E. Ray”

Kristiana Reed Reviews All the Beginnings of Everything by Kindra M. Austin

Austin has, yet again, created a masterpiece. All the Beginnings of Everything is a sensational collection which spans what feels like a lifetime. Separated into seven parts, Austin explores more in this collection than I feel she ever has done before; without sacrificing her trademark style. Her words remain sharp, raw and honest. Part one is succinct,Continue reading “Kristiana Reed Reviews All the Beginnings of Everything by Kindra M. Austin”

Arclight in the Gyroscope Review

Review of Arclight appearing in the Gyroscope Review. “Arclight, by poet John Biscello, is an intriguing book brimming with possibilities. The book is divided into six diverse sections that carry themes through each section and tie them together with spirituality and attention to the relationships between people and creator, people and others, people and self. IContinue reading “Arclight in the Gyroscope Review”

Eric Syrdal Reviews Conversations With My Higher Self by Rachel Finch

To walk outside your own body. To look back and see yourself as the universe sees you.  To see the entire story of your life laid open before you and to thumb through it page by page and truly understand.  To see clearly, all the events that have lead up to where you are nowContinue reading “Eric Syrdal Reviews Conversations With My Higher Self by Rachel Finch”

Kindra M. Austin Reviews Kristiana Reed’s Between the Trees

My reflection in the train window settles between the trees beyond the glass lining the field of gold. In itself, the opening of the title poem speaks of forlorn reluctance, wishes, and wonders. It must be because there’s something so powerful and intimate about one’s reflection; we study ourselves and pick up every nuance, whetherContinue reading “Kindra M. Austin Reviews Kristiana Reed’s Between the Trees”