Wednesday, July 13, 2016


You are invited to read Galatea Resurrects' latest poetry reviews, including on three Marsh Hawk Press books:

Neil Leadbeater reviews A Hole in the Ocean: A Hamptons’ Apprenticeship by Sandy McIntosh.  An excerpt:

The truth of the matter is that our going is not particularly missed or even noticed – such is the brevity of life and all it has to offer. McIntosh has a way of making us aware of this fact by seasoning it with intelligence, foresight and wit. Between the lines, there is something here that is at once deep, engaging and profound.

Chris Mansel reviews Latest Volcano by Tana Jean Welch. An excerpt:

Latest Volcano, the new book by Tana Jean Welch, isn’t understated or sitting quietly on a shelf somewhere. No. It’s a bold book whose cover art should tell you what you are in for. A woman’s head is blinded and appears to be lying back as you pick it up and look at it. As you turn it around you will read what a couple of people have to say about it. Then walk to the counter and buy it. How is that for a review?

Eileen Tabios presents a mini-review engagement of CHARLOTTE SONGS by Paul Pines. An excerpt:
With CHARLOTTE SONGS, Paul Pines has crafted a most moving and charming paean to a father-daughter relationship. Here, he offers poems celebrating his life with his daughter. I open the book at random--I know all of the pages will provide pleasure or satisfaction so why choose?

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