Wrought & Found
Original poetry and found images –By Mia Sara Close Shave Not all fun and games anymore, no shivers up the spine, goose-fleshed and expectant, matching thrill for thrill, not candy floss cyclones after hopping off the carousel, a little lick of sweet to mask the taste of the bitter pill.
[REVIEW] The Secret Correspondence of Loon & Fiasco by Carlo Matos
Mayapple Press 108 pages, $15.95 Review by Michael Colson In The Secret Correspondence of Loon & Fiasco, a newly published hybrid flash novella by Carlo Matos, we find ourselves transported from the present to the past and then back again by time loops and slippages in the space-time continuum.
[REVIEW] Breakable Things by Loren Kleinman
Winter Goose Publishing 71 pages, $12 Review by Brian Fanelli Loren Kleinman’s third collection of poems, Breakable Things, has more than one reference to Charles Bukowski, and similar to Bukowski’s work, Kleinman’s latest effort contains more than one poem about drunken revelry and sexual adventures.