“In the gentle breeze he thinks he can discern the light smell of the lilac taking over, for just an instant, the heavy smell of gas.”Read more "Review | Special Like the People on TV | Tommy Dean"
Not since Allie Caulfield has an absent character carried so much weight.Read more "Review | PERSON/A: A Novel by Elizabeth Ellen | 24 September 2017"
One interesting observation from the contributor notes is that After the Pause is welcoming of international submissions. Talent from India, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Mexico, and Turkey joins with American voices from all points on the map.Read more "Review | After the Pause Vol 4 Iss 2: Summer 2017 | The Review Review"
This be the verse of a curious
thinker and iconoclast.
Krecklow’s protagonist in The Expanse Between learns the hard way that characters, like people, are big animals beyond his control.Read more "Review: The Expanse Between by Lee Krecklow | Change Seven Magazine |21 March 2017"
If there is a common editorial thread in Midway’s Volume 11 Issue 1, it may be a playful editorial preference for bed-hopping between words and images. The prose is rich with imagery, and the art invites conversation.Read more "Review | Midway Journal: Winter 2017 | The Review Review | 13 February 2017"
As I review, I have a habit of drawing hearts next to particularly beautiful phrases or sentences, and I’m afraid my review copy looks like I was reading Fitzgerald while daydreaming on Valentine’s Day.Read more "Review | New England Review Vol 37 Iss 3 | Fall 2016"