Latest Reviews

The Opposite of Loneliness
In May of 2012, Marina Keegan graduated magna cum laude from Yale University. She lost her life in a car accident shortly after. Two years following [...]
Author: Marina Keegan
Publisher: Scribner
Genre: Non-Fiction
Para Cenar Habrá Nostalgia
Yesterday, I called my mother and I told her, “feliz cumpleaños de tu patria.” On February 27, 1844, the Dominican War of independence between Haiti and [...]
Author: Fior E. Plasencia
Publisher: Dominican Writers Association Press
Publisher: DWA Press
Genre: Poetry
Smiling, Dying, Living
this day’s singular existence in time, the native field flourishing selfishly, only for itself. In Bright Dead Things, Ada Limón illuminates how one life [...]
Author: Ada Limón
Publisher: Milkweed Editions
Genre: Poetry
A Court of Thorns and Roses
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas is an incredible fiction novel. Maas is an epic story teller, giving any fan of young adult fiction the [...]
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Publisher: Bloomsbury
Genre: Fiction
Hauko/Love Poems
June Jordan’s Haruko/Love Poems aches, the language flurrying off of the pages in its need to be read. Jordan makes no attempt to conform her subject [...]
Author: June Jordan
Publisher: High Risk Books
Genre: Poetry
Tell the Wolves I’m Home
“Tell the Wolves I’m Home” is Carol Rifka Brunt’s debut novel, following fourteen-year-old June in the middle of the 1980s AIDS epidemic. [...]
Author: Carol Rifka Brunt
Publisher: Dial Press Trade Paperbacks
Genre: Fiction
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
A tale as old as time – or at least the mid-twentieth century: Do androids really dream of electric sheep? is one told by Philip K. Dick in his [...]
Author: Philip K. Dick
Genre: Fiction
A Number
A Number by Caryl Churchill, was first staged in 2002, and is one of the most unique science plays I’ve happened across. The play was produced around [...]
Author: Caryl Churchill
Publisher: Nick Hern Books
Genre: Drama
The Sting of the Wild
Justin Schmidt’s The Sting of the Wild is an exciting adventure into the life histories, habits, and (of course) sting pain of a variety of insects from [...]
Author: Justin Schmidt
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Genre: Non-Fiction
Ways to Disappear
Idra Novey is professor as well as a fiction and poetry writer, and her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, New York [...]
Author: Idra Novey
Publisher: Little Brown and Company
Genre: Fiction