I have completed a 151-word review of Hugo García Manríquez’s Commonplace (Cardboard House Press, 2022) and it is […]
My latest review is live on North of Oxford: Nicole McCarthy’s A Summoning.
My latest book review has appeared in Rain Taxi. It’s for Amy Barone’s Defying Extinction (Broadstone, 2022).
It’s been quite a while, but I’ve got a new review up for Annie Christain’s The Vanguards of […]
Via North of Oxford, I have reviewed Syrian poet Saleh Razzouk’s collection, newly translated into English by Philip […]
Visit North of Oxford to read a review of Lee’s new book.
This review is available in the Fall 2022 print edition, which can be ordered here.
My review of Yellow Rain by Mai Der Vang is in the Seattle-based newspaper International Examiner, Vol 49, […]
A new review of the Mexican poet’s recently translated text is up at North of Oxford.
I have a new review at North of Oxford, Water: A Scientific and Visual History by Jack Challoner (MIT Press, 2021). This may be my first “science book” reviewed . . . ever?
If you like reviews by me, you might want to pick up the latest Rain Taxi print edition (Summer 2022). The following reviews you will find: Bamboophobia by Ko Ko Thett; Instrument for Distributed Empathy Monetization by William Lessard; and Elephants in Our Yard by Meral Kureyshi.
My second contribution to Exacting Clam is now live.
My monthly review in North of Oxford features Kim Vodicka’s Dear Ted.
I don’t normally review books of prose, but when I do I go all out.
From Copper Canyon Press, Akwaeke Emezi’s poetry collection Content Warning: Everything is well worth your time. See why […]