Laura DiNovis Berry

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W. R. Rodriquez's Words Guide Readers Through the Beautiful Bronx
a month ago
W. R. Rodriquez's Concrete Pastures of the Beautiful Bronx was written ten years ago but it could have stepped off the presses today. Its passion is streaked with cynicism and yet this collection is f...
Stephen Byrne's Award Winning Poetry Cuts Deep into Societal Stagnation
a month ago
In this day and age (or as it has been since humanity evolved to create power structures in order to keep each other in check) everything is political, and Stephen Byrne's Somewhere but not here is no...
Afternoons in the Kennett Square Library
2 months ago
Kids appear in a swarm from outside. Energy absolutely radiates around them! No corner is safe from their bubbles of laughter bursting into the air. Now, the focus turns to newly returned books overfl...
Jennifer O'Grady Explores the Limits of Human Life
2 months ago
On the whole, Jennifer O'Grady's 2017 collection Exclusions and Limitations, published through Madhat Press, is built upon solid (or what could called staid) poetry, and yet, there are glittering sect...
Wight Creates a Garden for the End of the World
2 months ago
Philadelphia poet Anne-Adele Wight's 2016 collection The Age of Greenhouses is very much like its cover: eye-catching and weird. Its subject matter, which is human kind's raging destruction of the env...
Snyder Embarks on a Poetic Journey
3 months ago
Sarah Dickenson Snyder is no stranger to the world of verse or, as it turns out, the greater world at large. In Notes From A Nomad, Snyder knits together her many forays throughout distant countries a...