RC Miller’s ‘Gore’ – Reviewed by Joseph M. Gant

Gore by RC Miller Calliope Nerve Publications 37 pages. reviewed by Joseph M. Gant Though drawing quite steadily from the vocabulary of contemporary dark verse, RC Miller uses specific surrealism and absurd humor to disarm any preconceptions of the poems in Gore. The turns are sharp, well executed, and refreshing. If there is “shock” inContinue reading “RC Miller’s ‘Gore’ – Reviewed by Joseph M. Gant”

Interview With Kristina Marie Darling

Kristina Marie Darling, a twenty-five year old, two-time Pushcart nominee and author of Fevers and Clocks, Nigh Songs, and Traffic in Women, discusses her personal writing style and breaks down certain aspects of the publishing world for up-and-coming writers. -M.K. Barnes   How do you determine what topics to write about, and how does thisContinue reading “Interview With Kristina Marie Darling”

‘This Is Not About What You Think’ by Jim Murdoch reviewed!

Immediate, honest and to the point … it is hard to review a book or writer that reminds you of    your own writing style but the poems of Jim Murdoch succeeded beautifully in convincing me. ‘This is not about what you think’ is actually not about what you think, as each reader constructs an ownContinue reading “‘This Is Not About What You Think’ by Jim Murdoch reviewed!”