Saturday, June 5, 2010

Check out the June Issue of Gently Read Literature

Gently Read Literature
June 2010 Issue 27
Reviews of Contemporary Poetry and Literary Fiction

"The World is So Much in Us: Curtis Derrick on Paul Allen's Ground Forces,"

"Speaking Erasure: Mark Danowsky on Marilyn Hacker's Names,"

"The Red Heart: Martha Engber on Kathryn White's novel Emily Green and Me,"

"A Privacy All Its Own: Melinda Goodman on Elena Georgiou's Rhapsody of the Naked Immigrants,"

"Sassing Back, Rewriting the Politics of Incest: Antoinette Nora Claypoole on Sharon Doubiago's My Father's Love,"

"I Have Also Been Noticing How Important Words & Meanings Are in Our Lives: David Sewell on Sabrina Orah Mark's Tsim Tsum,"

"To the Other Side and Back Again: Millicent Borges Accardi's Woman on a Shaky Bridge,"

"Great & Small at the Same Time: Sabra Embury on Kamby Bolongo Mean River by Robert Lopez,"

"A Pitch-Perfect Look At An Imperfect Newsroom: Jill Shtulman on The Imperfectionist by Tom Rachman,"

June’s Featured Artist: Rachel Sitkin,

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