May, 2018

Go Home

Go Home

A Novel by Sohrab Homi Fracis “At the heart of Sohrab Homi Fracis’s poignant new novel, Go Home, is the question of one’s place in the world, the answer never more ambiguous or fragile than for the immigrant or exile, when a person’s condition of homelessness is in transition, neither here nor there. Given the […]

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Dear Future

Dear Future

Poems by Nina Corwin Praise for Dear Future: Nina Corwin’s sage meditations on time are both sweet and bitter. These are visceral, smart poems, rife with the muted faith and lurking questions of an uncertain tomorrow engaged in a wrestling match with the sideways prophecies of now. “There are two faces / to survival. Yours […]

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Farah Marklevits on Duriel E. Harris

Farah Marklevits on Duriel E. Harris

 ____________________________ No Dictionary of a Living Tongue By Duriel E. Harris Nightboat Books April 2017 120 pp. Paper. $16.95 ISBN: 978-1-937658 ____________________________ In her third poetry collection, Duriel E. Harris asks how to devise an authentic self in the face of the brutal limitations imposed by colonial legacies defining American personhood. In response, through masterful […]

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Farah Marklevits guides us through Harris’ powerful and energetic third volume of poetry.

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