EROTIC by Alexis Rhone Fancher – Book Review

Book Review by Elya Braden, Assistant Editor A student undergoing a word-association test was asked why a snowstorm put him in mind of sex. He replied frankly: “because everything does.” Honor Tracy Welcome to the world of EROTIC, where flowers, rain, mudguards on a 16-wheeler, a dog leash, a crystal chandelier, a yucca tree and […]

Moonglow on Mercy Street by John Biscello – Book Review

Book Review – The tenor of John Biscello’s new book of poems, Moonglow on Mercy Street, is set in the first poem with the line “stepping boldly and bravely into the glaring unknown.” There is liberal use of the cosmic to explain details of life, and the repercussions of actions. I enjoyed the strength in […]

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 […]