Fantasy, poetry

Pantheon by Eric Syrdal

Reviewed by Candice Louisa Daquin Poetry has reclaimed its prior popularity with the easy access of the internet; anonymous and known poets can write on any subject in any style and find an audience and succor. There are those who do it for a career, those who write because they must and if they sell… Continue reading Pantheon by Eric Syrdal

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The Silent G by Arpine Konyalian Grenier’s

Reviewed by Rich Murphy The Silent G, Arpine Konyalian Grenier’s fifth collection of poetry was published by Corrupt Press of Luxembourg. The collection involves the reader as though we were sitting around a séance table taking part in calling forth victims of violent historical moments. That kind of engagement with the reader is what poets… Continue reading The Silent G by Arpine Konyalian Grenier’s

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Patterns: Moments in Time by Carol Smallwood

Reviewed by Alex Phuong One of the most interesting features of life is patterns that exist all around the world. Clever designs prepend artistic merit to an otherwise mundane life. After all, life without vivacity is oftentimes monotonous. Patterns help people connect with one another because of the universal and fundamental fact that everything is… Continue reading Patterns: Moments in Time by Carol Smallwood