Paul Scott Stanfield reviews a powerful collection of poetry that rests on the implied, the suggested, and the unspoken.
James Pate reviews Nicholas Wong’s brilliant new collection of poetry on Hong Kong.
Karolinn Fiscaletti reviews a new edition of N.H. Pritchard’s influential collection of poetry.
Nathan Hoks reviews a collection of poetry that tiptoes a line between joyful goofiness and stunning lyricism.
Andy Chen reviews a moving collection of poems by Martin Corless-Smith.
Paul Scott Stanfield reviews a campus novel…er…poem.
Liam Bishop reviews Lee Hyemi’s second collection of surrealist poetry.
Paul Scott Stanfield reviews a work of poetry that sees the world in powerful detail(s).