New Rain Taxi Reviews

Another month, more reviews of poetry. The Fall 2021 print edition of Rain Taxi includes my review of Is This Scary? by Jacob Scheier. The online edition of Rain Taxi just released by review of CURB by Divya Victor. Don’t miss ’em!

Reviewing the latest by Chath pierSath

My first review of Chath’s work was in Rain Taxi, many years ago. I have since read Chath’s latest book, On Earth Beneath Sky, and that review is now up at Poetry Northwest. Read the full review of this incredible poetry collection here!

A review of Consecration of the Wolves by Salgado Maranhão

My second contribution to North of Oxford for June is a review of Consecration of the Wolves by Salgado Maranhão, translated from the Portuguese by Alexis Levitin. An incredible, though disturbing work that continues to sit with me weeks after I’ve read it. Find the review here.

Double Review of Red Hen

My latest contribution in the review world is for two books by Red Hen Press: American Quasar with poems by David Campos and art by Maceo Montoya, and A Camera Obscura by Carl Marcum. You can read about these two unique and timely books here. This is my first review of publications from Red Hen.

Two reviews of anthologies

I have reviewed two anthologies at Yellow Rabbits: My Lot is a Sky: An Anthology of Poems by Asian Women and Call and Response: A Migrant/Local Poetry Anthology.