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Desire, Power, and Intimacy: A Review of Alexis Rhone Fancher’s ENTER HERE

Alexis Rhone Fancher’s newest book, Enter Here, interplays desire, power, and intimacy. Her images are startling yet subtle, allowing the language of poetry and prose to both shock and comfort the mind and heart . . .

Life’s Various Rings Of Fire: A Not So Sad Review of ALL THE SAD ANGELS by Jack Grapes

Thanks to the cover art on Jack Grapes’ most recent book of poetry—a painting by Marc Chagall titled “The Circus”—you enter “the big top” just by holding the book in your hands. You can almost hear the music. The book opens with a photograph of Grapes having just tossed an apple into the air, the apple hanging just above his head.

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