[REVIEW] Standard Loneliness Package by Michael J. Seidlinger
Broken River Books, 2018 REVIEWED BY GABINO IGLESIAS __ Author Michael J. Seidlinger has entered the poetry arena with a book that, although he mentions in its pages might be his last foray into the genre, will leave a mark with readers.
Hybrid (kitchen/language/literature) spaces: a conversation with Matthew Baker
INTERVIEW BY JENESSA ABRAMS – (LSU Press, 2018) We are navigating a tight kitchen. Matthew Baker is peeling sprouts off potatoes that have been aging on the counter. He’s planning to make corn chowder. I’m pouring baking soda into a measuring cup. When he reaches for a knife, I am using it to chop garlic.
[REVIEW] The Möbius Strip Club of Grief by Bianca Stone
Tin House Books, 2018 REVIEWED BY GABINO IGLESIAS __ Bianca Stone’s The Möbius Strip Club of Grief is a tricky, multilayered poetry collection that lures readers in with its ease of access and wild, entertaining premise before slashing their throats with sharp doses of pain, truth, and a its pull-no-punches exploration of grief.