Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Black Ice – By Kerry Shawn Keys

    Book Review By Michael Jennings Dark Knowledge   Kerry Shawn Keys, poet, playwright, translator, fiction writer, and children’s book conjurer, has been a globetrotting troubadour of Rabelaisian...

I was the Wind Last Night (New & Collected Poems)- Ruskin Bond

  By Anjana Basu   Mountains of Silence Ruskin Bond’s poetry, like his prose is without pretentions. His verses are rhymed in some cases, not in some and...

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...

Aura – ( A Novel by Carlos Fuentes ) By Ted Gioia

Felipe Montero sits reading a newspaper in a seedy café, when he is startled by a classified ad.  The solicitation seems written with him...

Walk with Gandhi – By Gabriel Rosenstock & Masood Hussain

  Review by Rajesh Subramanian Walk with Gandhi is a book of haiku poetry (bilingual- English & Irish), each poem accompanied by a beautiful painting. The...

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...

Speaking in tongues: Alvin Pang’s poetry – By Alfred A. Yuson

Our good buddy Alvin Pang of Singapore has just authored a new poetry collection: What Happened: Poems 1997 – 2017, edited and with a...

These Were My Homes: Collected Poems – By Vijay Nambisan

  These Were My Homes: Collected Poems - By Vijay Nambisan Published by: Speaking Tiger Publications, Price : INR 499/ Book Review by Anjana Basu To call Nambisan ‘the finest...

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,...

Blossoms of Decay – Gary Beck

  By Rajesh Subramanian   Evil has been an inescapable part of the human environment since time immemorial. Whether it originates from the Satan or otherwise, its...

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