Volume I No. 5: October, 2018About RHINO Reviews View All
… a retelling of days a warrior donned and stripped her armors
Grounded in these histories, the book moves assuredly toward the present.
… both earthly and spiritual—conquering warlocks and digging up what’s been buried …
A profoundly ambivalent exploration of identity and origins…
Pelegrin shows vulnerability and courage in facing the exhaustive themes of the American South.
Hollander skillfully traces the evolutionary nature of family relationships, especially a tenuous mother/daughter one.
So many surfaces, both austere and sumptuous, to hold up to the self and its reflections…
Mythology, autobiography, oral tale, masque, and satirical commentary merge in this intriguing collection.
Full of humor, insight, and foreboding, Harél elevates the quotidian into mellifluous wisdom.
Anyone who likes good lines and jiu-jitsu will get off on it.