REVIEWS

Review: DANIEL FIGHTS A HURRICANE by Shane Jones

Daniel Fights a Hurricane Shane Jones 2012 Penguin Books 224 pages Review by ERIN L. MILLER The unfolding of Shane Jones’s newest novel Daniel Fights a Hurricane ultimately hinges on fear—specifically, protagonist Daniel Suppleton’s fear of a hurricane wiping out the...

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Review: FAR FROM SUDDEN by Brent Goodman

Far from Sudden Brent Goodman 2013 Black Lawrence Press 60 pages Review by JOSH ENGLISH Brent Goodman’s second book Far From Sudden is broken up into four sections: “Gravity,” “Telemetry,” “Eventually,” and “Trajectory.”  It is worth noting that each section-title is...

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Review: VENTIFACTS by Christine Hume

Ventifacts Christine Hume 2012 Omnidawn Publishing 54 pages Review by LAURA KOCHMAN Ventifacts moves much the way that wind does—invisibly, winding around and across the borders of various subjects, making itself known through the physical evidence left behind:...

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Review: MANHATER by Danielle Pafunda

Manhater is a book in three sections. One could argue that these sections are distinct, each with its own speaker inhabiting a unique, post-human world. However, the more I read, the more I began to view Manhater as an account of Mommy V’s evolution…

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