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REVIEW by Christina Zawadiwsky: As Meaningful As Any Other by Donna Snyder

Review of As Meaningful As Any Other, the poems of Donna Snyder, Gutter Snob Books, 2022. By Christina Zawadiwsky “That which is dreamed can never be undreamed” is a quote from Neil Gaiman, and Carl Jung says “Nights through dreams tell the myths forgotten by day.” Did you know that the brain regards dreams as …

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review by Bess N Mobley: Noise by Misti Rainwater-Lites

Noise by Misti Rainwater-Lites A Poetry Review by Bess N Mobley For the first reading of Noise, Misti Rainwater-Lites poetry collection, I was sitting outside the movie theater waiting for my film to begin. There were people all around me, but all I could hear was the poet serenading me. I read the lines, I …

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REVIEW by a.m. stein: As Meaningful As Any Other by Donna Snyder

AS MEANINGFUL AS ANY OTHER BY DONNA SNYDER reviewed by a.m. stein           Time killed Space, his father,           while Night, hidden in her cave, made oracles,                                                                                 –Donna Snyder             What happens to us when we fall out of the dream of our limitations? What happens when we fall awake? When we find ourselves suddenly wide-eyed standing …

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REVIEW by Dennis Williamson: Proper Etiquette in the Slaughterhouse Line by James Duncan (Gutter Snob Books)

Proper Etiquette in the Slaughterhouse Line by James Duncan

If by our predilections we are so favored by the Muses, then in trying times we may almost count on the discovery or gift of a title, be it of song or in lit, whereby the trial is mitigated; even embraced.  Recently I was sent a title that’s both quirk and puzzle as to belie a …

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