Volume I No. 6: November, 2018About RHINO Reviews View All
She has invented her own form, and pursued it to the depth of sixty-five poems, without divagation.
… the book’s dedication is “to those abandoned at birth.”
The collection investigates the question of whether one must procreate to be worthy.
The spaces inside the poems and between the poems leave room for mystery, for memory, for grieving and for love.
Everybody knows Swift cries out for annotation.
The music of language might carry us forward when reason fails, when all else fails.
The poems are filled with things and things within things—
Acacia Road is a motorcycle ride down a dusty lane clinging to the back of an old pal …
People have long loved a scare.