Superstition Review, Before I Had the Word

Our friends over at Superstition Review are excited for the release of Brooke Sahni’s debut poetry collection…

New Release: Karla K. Morton, Politics of the Minotaur

Ricky Rudolph experiences a revelation that causes him to believe that he has been called by God to imitate Jesus, literally…

New Release: Elisabeth Murawski, Still Life with Timex

Still Life with Timex chronicles a mother’s loss. These poems explore the unsightly aspects of grief and the survivor’s guilt of outliving a child.

New Release: Matt W. Miller, Tender the River

Focusing on the Merrimack River, Tender the River weaves historical, geological, social, and personal narratives together…

TRP Q&A: An Interview with Mary Morris

Public high school opened up enormous possibilities for literature and creative writing. I fell in love with Bukowski, Tolkien, Emily Dickinson, e.e. cummings, and read all of Herman Hesse.

Coming and Going: “The Geometry of Wishes” by Randall Watson

Coming and Going: “The Geometry of Wishes” by Randall Watson Contributing writer Savanah Burns wrote this post in celebration of Randall Watson’s new book with Texas Review Press. Everything has a place and time in life, and then life goes on, right? This is what nature warns us with the changing of the tree leaves.Continue reading “Coming and Going: “The Geometry of Wishes” by Randall Watson”

Part II: Taking a Look at Ephemera with Evana Bodiker

Taking a Look at Ephemera with Evana Bodiker

Contributing writer Savanah Burns recently interviewed the 2017 Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize winner and author of Ephemera, Evana Bodiker.