[REVIEW] Seven Stages of Anger and Other Stories by Wendy J. Fox
Press 53 124 pages, $14.95 Review by Jody Hobbs Hesler It would be unfair to say I hungered for more emotion in Wendy J. Fox’s Seven Stages of Anger and Other Stories, because my very hunger is what the writer meant to evoke.
[REVIEW] Goddess Wears Cowboy Boots by Katherine Hoerth
Lamar University Press 116 Pages $15.00 USD Review by Amanda Daria Stoltz Every poem in Katherine Hoerth’s Goddess Wears Cowboy Boots is a fresh gust of wind. In this stunning collection, Hoerth deconstructs the complexity of femininity, and the steep binary that makes feminine beauty both dangerous and powerful, sinful and godly.
[REVIEW] I Am Sorry to Think I Have Raised a Timid Son, by Kent Russell
Alfred A. Knopf 304 pages, $24.95 Review by Joseph Demes “I am homesick most,” Kent Russell writes, in I Am Sorry to Think I Have Raised a Timid Son, “for the place I’ve never known.