Book Reviews

Book Review of The Best Disguise by Susan McLean

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Susan McLean: The Best Disguise

(The University of Evansville Press, 2009)
ISBN 0-930982-68-1, $15.00

 

      The best disguise is nakedness, McLean’s
      first line asserts (if I may paraphrase).
      She spends her book unpacking what that means.

Book Review of The Ache of Appetite by Rachel Hadas

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Rachel Hadas: The Ache of Appetite

(Copper Beech Press, 2010)
ISBN 978-0-914278-84-9, $12.00 

 

Book Review of Not For Specialists: New and Selected Poems by W.D. Snodgrass

Book Review —

W.D. Snodgrass: Not For Specialists: New and Selected Poems

(Waywiser Press, 2009))
ISBN 978-1904130352

 

In “Disguised as Humpty-Dumpty, W.D. Practices Tumbling” we read:

Book Review of Sappho: Stung with Love: Poems and Fragments Translated by Aaron Poochigian

Book Review —

Sappho: Stung with Love: Poems and Fragments

Translated with an introduction and notes by Aaron Poochigian, and with a preface by Carol Ann Duffy. Penguin Classics (London, 2009)
ISBN 978-0-140-45557-1 U.K. £8.99, Canada $17.50, U.S.A. $14.00

 

Book Review—Julie Stoner

Book Review of Her Place in These Designs by Rhina P. Espaillat

Book Review —

Rhina P. Espaillat: Her Place in These Designs

(Truman University Press, 2008)
ISBN 978-1-931112-89-5, $15.95

 

That’s a weird cover! What are you reading, Mom?”

Book Review of Bundle o’Tinder by Rose Kelleher

Book Review —

Rose Kelleher: Bundle o’Tinder

(The Waywiser Press, 2008)

 

“Equivocations in the Plainest Sign” - Greg Williamson: A Most Marvelous Piece of Luck

“Equivocations in the Plainest Sign”

Greg Williamson: A Most Marvelous Piece of Luck

(Waywiser Press, 2008)

 

Book Review of Rhythm and Blues by David Stephenson

Book Review —

David Stephenson: Rhythm and Blues

(of Evansville Press, 2008)

 

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