A beautiful collection of Charles Wesley's poems illuminated with fascinating commentary Image from Goodreads May She Have a Word with You? Women as Models of How to Live in the Poems of Charles Wesley by S.T. Kimbrough Jr. (foreword by Laceye Warner) is a wonderful contribution to the history of Methodism. Charles Wesley and his… Continue reading Poetry Review: May She Have a Word with You? Women as Models of How to Live in the Poems of Charles Wesley
.My name is Rebecca and I am a voracious reader. I am also a visually impaired writer and I love to support other authors with disabilities. On this blog, I make an effort to share information about books that include characters that have disabilities. Diverse representation in media is something about which I am incredibly… Continue reading 2019 Year Round Up: Books Related to Disability
to drink coffee with a ghost by Amanda Lovelace is a visceral and haunting addition to her latest poetry series. Sometimes goodbye is complicated.
where I Ache by Megan O'Keefe is a deeply emotional poetry collection that will take readers on a journey of self-acceptance. In this interview, O'Keeffe shares about her inspiration and her writing process, as well as some advice for aspiring poets!
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
Title: Unfollowing You Author: Komal Kapoor Genre: Poetry Length: 176 Pages Publisher: McMeel Release Date: February 5, 2019 My Review: Unfollowing You was a delightfully fun romp that explored what it feels like to fall in love in today's society. Kapoor uses text messages, social media posts, and micro poems to vividly bring to life what it… Continue reading Poetry Review: “Unfollowing You” by K. Kapoor
Title: I Have Note Decided If You Can Drown On A Plane Author: AK Hutzler Genre: Poetry/ Chapbook Length: 26 Pages Available on Amazon and for free on Kindle Unlimited! I stumbled across Hutzler’s work in the blogosphere and I was intrigued when I found out that she was a fellow Filipina. I was raised in… Continue reading Poetry Review & Poet Interview with AK Hutzler @calipollution
Title: Here Are Girls Like Lions: Poems About Being A Woman Length: 99 pages Publisher: Chronicle Books Release Date: March 5, 2019 This beautiful collection is designed for those who can appreciate the art poetry in all of its manifestations. These poems are deep and complex. I was delighted to see some of my old… Continue reading Poetry Review: Here Are Girls Like Lions
Title: Journey to Be Unbroken Author: Natasha MacFarlane Genre: Poetry/ Chapbook Length: 38 Pages Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited! My Review: I genuinely enjoy reading poetry and I am always searching for new poets to read. I’m especially interested in reading poetry written by women or other traditionally marginalized groups. I connected with Natasha… Continue reading Poetry Review with Author Q&A: Journey to Be Unbroken by N. MacFarlane
Flow Like Lyrics is a book of poetry by Lori Katherine. In this collection, Lori K explores life’s many facets. Her poetry oscillates from moments of delicate hope to deep despair. Throughout this short chapbook, Lori K invites the reader to explore a world where the lines of poetry flow like the music to a… Continue reading “Flow Like Lyrics” Review with Poet Q&A