[REVIEW] Deconstructing the “stronger sex”: Fernando Sdrigotti’s Dysfunctional Males
La Casita Grande, 2017 REVIEWED BY GABINO IGLESIAS – Steeped in anger, misdirection, discontent, sex, alcohol, and the feeling of uncontrollable exasperation that is usually tied to states of agitated stagnation and solitude, Fernando Sdrigotti’s Dysfunctional Males is a hilarious, dark, and unapologetic deconstruction of masculinity that offers a raw look at the way the male
[REVIEW] Saving American From Itself: Steve Erickson’s Shadowbahn
Blue Rider Press, 2017 REVIEWED BY JESSE LAWRENCE — SAVE AMERICA FROM ITSELF — a bumper sticker reads, in a land with a flag of disunion, a land wherein a shadowbahn, a secret highway (possibly running parallel with the night train), “cuts through the heart of the country from one end to the other with
My Favorite Gershwin Song (in the manner of David Lehman)
INTERVIEW BY LAUREN HILGER – Poems in the Manner of… David Lehman’s most recent book speaks to the future by speaking to the poets who have come before.