Liz Scott describes what it feels like to work so hard and long on creating and birthing a book, and all the feelings that follow its publication and release into this world.
“Poet-Sheriff” and Howard University Professor Tony Medina’s craft is getting more potent by the decade. Look out, Trump, the Poet-Sheriff is right there in D.C.
Almost 60 years ago, Lady Chatterley’s Lover brought sex and lust into the courtroom and changed the way we thought about censoring literature.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Besotted by Melissa Duclos. (7.13 Books)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews This Particular Happiness by Jackie Shannon Hollis. (Forest Avenue Press)
From the brittle cold, poet Jacob Minasian fashions a warm Ginsbergian cup of Caffè Americano. Patrick A. Howell sat down with Minasian to discuss his work.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Savage Gods by Paul Kingsnorth. (Two Dollar Radio)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Wake, Siren: Ovid Resung by Nina MacLaughlin. (FSG Originals)
The Harp of Kings is a melding of past and present, introducing reality television tropes to the realm of fantasy. It’s distinctive, but safe enough for the merry throng of YA readers.