[REVIEW] A Series of Un/Natural/Disasters by Cheena Marie Lo
Commune Editions March 2016 REVIEWED BYHOLLYN HUITT — A series of Un/Natural/Disasters is not the place to turn if you’re looking for levity, for beautiful language and pleasing rhythms.
[REVIEW] Pedro Pietri: Selected Poetry
City Lights Publishers September 2015 REVIEWED BY GABINO IGLESIAS — The Puerto Rican migration to New York has been well documented by historians and sociologists are still discussing its sociocultural impact and ramifications. With 1.2 million Puerto Ricans living in the state, it is one of the largest diaspora groups anywhere.
BY PAUL FERRELL Dear Highlights Magazine, Regarding your June 2009 installment of Goofus and Gallant in which Goofus says, “It’s okay, we’ll stay in the shallow end.” And then you write, “Gallant only swims when the lifeguard is watching.” You’re making a judgement call here and I think it’s way out of line.