Thursday, February 22, 2024

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,...

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...

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...

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....

Tether that Light – By Debasish Lahiri

  Book Review by Anjana Basu   This poetry collection, in a sense, is a series of dramatic monologues delicately brushed in by Lahiri’s inimitable style. The...

Periodic Boyfriends – By Drew Pisarra

    Book Review by Rajesh Subramanian   In Chemistry, the Periodic Table attempts to capture all the elements that constitute the matter of our physical universe in...

Isolation of Thought- Poems of Avinab Datta-Areng

    Annus Horribilis - A collection of poems by Avinab Datta-Areng Book Review by Anjana Basu   Annus Horribilis first burst on the world when Queen Elizabeth coined...

Lilies on the Deathbed of Étaín and Other Poems – By Oisin Breen

    Book Review by Rajesh Subramanian   Che cos'è la poesia?  What is poetry? This is a question that has never failed to haunt the litterateurs. A...

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...

Landfall – Poems – Keki N. Daruwalla

    Book Review by Anjana Basu   Heresy of Verse Keki Daruwalla continues to be prolific with his poetry, with his roots firmly planted in the past. Landfall...

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