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Review of Jim Lally’s Stick Tight Man

31 October, 2010 от · No comments

Shae Davidson A quote from Stanley Kunitz tucked away in Stick Tight Man expresses the roots of Jim Lally’s approach to writing: “gratitude for the gift of life.” Lally’s depiction of rural life in the twenty-first century celebrates lived experience by embracing the cycles of change and growth—and the attendant patterns of gain and loss. […]

Review of Katerina Stoykova-Klemer’s The Most

26 October, 2010 от · 2 comments

Georgia Jones-Davis Sus-toss, explains poet Katerina Stoykova-Klemer in her remarkable and engaging chapbook, “The Most,” is Hopi for the “disease that cause different parts of you to live in different places.” Ms, Klemer would know. She is a young woman who has emigrated from Bulgaria to the United States, straddling multiple worlds at once. “Sus-toss […]

Accents Publishing 2010 Poetry Chapbook Contest Results

1 September, 2010 от · No comments

2010 Poetry Chapbook Contest Results Accents Publishing is proud to announce the results of its 2010 Poetry Chapbook Contest. Metes and Bounds, by J. Kates, was selected by judge Dr. Richard Taylor. Plein Jeu, by E. C. Belli, was selected by Accents Publishing Senior Editor Katerina Stoykova-Klemer. Both of these entries will be published as […]