Tag: jericho brown

REVIEW: LOTUS & THE APOCALYPSE – AUSTIN DAVIS (OUTCAST PRESS)

It’s a testament to all of us holding depression and joy in both hands, to everyone that has ever felt their world could end before the sun goes down. – Caitie L. Young

REVIEW: SO, STRANGER – TOPAZ WINTERS (BUTTON POETRY)

Winters offers a layered and thoughtful critique of the immigrant experience in America, the nuances of her relationship with her father and how borders operate in our lives. – Ronnie K. Stephens

TPQ20: S3EP7 – I.S. JONES

Join Chris in a sitdown with I.S. Jones, author of Spells of My Name, and Editor at Frontier Poetry, about passions, process, pitfalls, and Poetry! 

#TPQ5: WILLIAM WARD BUTLER

What will William Ward Butler, whose chapbook Life History is forthcoming from Ghost City Press, include in today’s #TPQ5? Find out inside!

#TPQ5: JENNIFER WORTMAN

#TPQ5: JENNIFER WORTMAN
What will Jennifer Wortman, author of the story collection This. This. This. Is. Love. Love. Love (Split Lip Press, 2019), include in today’s #TPQ5? Find out inside!

REVIEW: THE TRADITION – JERICHO BROWN (COPPER CANYON PRESS)

This is beauty. It’s power. It’s uncomfortable because it needs to be. It’s timeless because tradition comes and goes and comes again until you can brush it from your teeth.

#TPQ5: DARE WILLIAMS

What will Dare Williams, a 2019 PEN America Emerging Voices Fellow, include in today’s #TPQ5? Find out inside!

#TPQ5: MEGAN NEVILLE

Who does Megan Neville, author of Rust Belt Love Song (Game Over Books), include on her #TPQ5? Find out in today’s edition!