Gould's playful work is purr-fect for anyone who wishes that she knew a little bit more about art history. This book won't make you into an overnight art history expert (which makes sense, because that isn't her goal), but it WILL use adorable cat paintings to introduce you to the major developments of art history in the Western World.
Hilarious. Texts from Mittens is like Garfield for the modern age. If my cat had thumbs, I'm certain this is what he would text me.
to drink coffee with a ghost by Amanda Lovelace is a visceral and haunting addition to her latest poetry series. Sometimes goodbye is complicated.
Amanda Lovelace's writing inspired me to pick up my pen and write my own chapbook. "the mermaid's voice returns in this one," is the perfect conclusion to her "women are some kind of magic," series
Title: soft magic. Author: by Upile Chisala Genre: Poetry Length: 122 pages My Review: I've been thinking a lot about poetry lately. What does it mean to write poetry? What does it mean to be a poet? What makes a poem? Many of my fellow English majors would argue that a poem is defined by form,… Continue reading Poetry Review: soft magic. by Upile Chisala