As the Traveling Poet / Como el poeta viajero Book Review by Ernesto L. Abeytia Poet in Andalucía by Nathalie Handal Pitt Poetry Series University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012 144 […]
Art Review by Gessy Alvarez Carol Rama: Antibodies The New Museum 235 Bowery New York, NY 10002 Through September 10, 2017 I’ve always been attracted to the “outsider” female artists. These women […]
Book Review No. 7 – Leading Lady by Stephen Galloway. Book Review by Pam Munter.
Book Review No. 6 – My Body Would be the Kindest of Strangers by Fiona Helmsley. Book Review by David S. Atkinson
Art Review No. 1 – Adrian Ghenie: On a mild Thursday night in January, I stroll in and out of a number of gallery openings. After a few sporadic visits through the galleries still holding on to their about-to-sky-rocket-rental-spaces, I wander into the Pace Gallery on West 25th Street to view twelve new paintings and five collages by Romanian artist Adrian Ghenie.
Book Review No. 5 – No Moon by Julie Reverb
“Exotic dancers have never been so lyrical. Julie Reverb’s No Moon, a collection of interrelated stories that pinball around the darker side of England, proves that in short, beautiful order.”
Book Review No. 4 – Sam Slaughter reviews After the Gazebo by Jen Knox
Book Review No. 3 – Sam Slaughter reviews Blood Brothers by Ernst Haffner
Book Review No. 2 – Sam Slaughter reviews True Places Never Are by Cate McGowan
Book Review No. 1 – Sam Slaughter reviews Tehran Noir by Salar Abdoh (Editor)