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Book Review – Household Gods by Bonnie Proudfoot

Bonnie Proudfoot’s new chapbook Household Gods weaves its way through the intricacies of what it means to be family, and also to be the one left to look back and try to make sense of it all. The past is never as far away as we’d sometimes like it to be. Fathers, mothers, aunts, brothers, and grandmothers haunt the pages, eager to tell their part in the story. Proudfoot shares the details with an unflinching…

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Book Review – The Only Light Coming In by Joseph Hardy

Joseph Hardy’s poetry book The Only Light Coming In is a volume filled with reflections on relationships, some good, some bad, some still a mystery to the author. Hardy spends time to do introspection on the past in a way we are all familiar with, joys, regrets, and searing moments we’ll never be able to get rid of. The overarching theme to “The Only Light Coming In” could very well be, pick yourself up and…

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Today We Offer You Self-Published Poetry Books

Welcome to our first-ever self-published book links party! We decided, after getting a few requests in April about self-published books of poetry, to offer readers a chance to connect with some of these authors. We hope you enjoy the selections. Please click on the book cover images for more information about each publication. Disclaimer: Gyroscope Review staff has not read these poetry books. We requested that authors send us information about books that were not pornographic…

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Book Links Party 2017 – The Final Post For National Poetry Month

Welcome to our final post for our Book Links Party 2017 in honor of National Poetry Month.   We had hoped to have a few more book links to share this week, but we only received  two. Here they are; click on the book covers to link to the publishers’ websites:     Our earlier Book Links Party 2017 post links are below: Post #1 Post #2 Post #3 Congratulations to each and every author…

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