[REVIEW] The Yellow House by Chiwan Choi
Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2017 REVIEWED BY GABINO IGLESIAS – Chiwan Choi’s The Yellow House is one of those rare poetry collections that simultaneously serves as a manifesto of Otherness, a heartfelt and brutally honest journal of the most crucial moments of the poet’s life, and a celebration of the feelings, moments, and places that great
[REVIEW] Night in the Sun: Stories by Kyle Coma-Thompson
Dock Street Press, 2016 REVIEWED BY CALEB TRUE – Reading Kyle Coma-Thompson feels somehow universal, as though he were writing in a tradition of philosophical inquiry and his writing just happened to take the form of short stories.
Haints, Horrors, and Hilarity: JD Wilkes on The Vine That Ate the South
INTERVIEW BY MANDY SHUNNARAH – If you grew up in the rural South, you’ve probably heard tales of big cats, vampires, the Bell Witch, flesh-eating kudzu, and other terrors that go bump in the night. You may have even encountered some yourself, though probably not all in a single outing.