Volume I No. 11: April, 2019About RHINO Reviews View All
One of these begins and ends, “The opposite of rape is understanding.”
In Cerpa’s work we see the best of elegiac possibility ...
... each fragment of memory and language mirrors the history of child back to mother ...
Lee Ann Roripaugh has put a tsunami on paper.
... “mother” here is more of a hovering spirit whose grasp is futile.
Hegemony lives on, Sally Wen Mao warns.
The body knows nothing of courtesy.
... a portrait of a fragile existence in the looming shadows between countries.
Simple, direct, almost Zen, Williams brings the past personal to the timeless future.
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