Friday, September 17, 2021

The Brothers Silver – By Marc Jampole 

                           Book Review by Violet Snow About the Novel: Jules and Leon Silver sit at a...

The Joys of Indian Love – By Gabriel Rosenstock

  Gabriel Rosenstock's Book Review: The Bloomsbury Book of Great Indian Love Poems Edited by Abhay K.   From ancient times – from the immortal Rigveda itself – to...

Flowers, All Sorts in Blossom, Figs, Berries and Fruits Forgotten – By Oisin Breen

    Book Review By David Carpenter   I enjoy being challenged, and this review certainly presented challenges. I am not a reviewer by trade, and this is,...

The End of Jerks in Paradise – By Robin Gregory

  Book Review: Memoirs and Misinformation: A Novel by Jim Carrey, Dana Vachon   In an interview with New York Times reviewer, Dave Itzkoff, Jim Carrey explains his...

Otherworld, Underworld, Prayer Porch – By David Bottoms

  Book Review by Lynn Alexander   Just as Dante’s journey to the underworld begins in a dark wood, the ghosts of loss arise out of the...

The Voyage – By Christopher Manners

  Book Review by Dustin Pickering “Knowing ourselves, we are beautiful; in self-ignorance, we are ugly.” -Plotinus Christopher Manners’ The Voyage is a work of substantial philosophical maturity....

Thinking is a kind of Dancing – By Anjana Basu

  Dancing the Light  Poems from Australia and India Edited by Robert Maddox-Harle & Jaydeep Sarangi * Book Review by Anjana Basu   The study of poetry is and should be...

Can a Dictionary Be a Novel? – By Ted Gioia

  Milorad Pavić's Dictionary of the Khazars At times, the progressive spirits of 20th century fiction seemed determined to turn the novel into something other than...

The Gibson Poems – By Simon Perchik

  Interviewed by Rajesh Subramanian The Gibson Poems ( By Simon Perchik ) : The 216 poems in this collection were written inspired by 216 photographs...

In The Mirror, Our Graves – By Ritamvara Bhattacharya and Ra Sh

  Book Review By – Soma Roy A series of poems exchanged between two poets who have never met and are separated by vast expanses of...

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