Poetry Book Reviews for Examiner.com
During my time as the DC Poetry Examiner for Examiner.com, I wrote several reviews of poetry books by local Washington DC poets. Below is a complete list of reviews.
- ‘Summer Becomes Absurd’ is quite becoming all year-round: By Brendon Ogg
- Polo Sur is a trip to remember: Polo Sur by Maria Teresa Ogliastri and translated by Yvette Neisser Moreno and Patricia Bejarano Fisher
- Arithmetic by Zakariya adds up to a good full life: Arithmetic by Sally Zakariya
- The ‘Beauty’ of Luis Alberto Ambroggio: Difficult Beauty by Luis Alberto Ambroggio and translated by Yvetter Neisser Moreno
- Role of relationships shine through the ruins Charlotte Bronte left behind: Charlotte Bronte, You Ruined My Life by Barbara Louise Ungar
- Don’t Kill The Birthday Girl is serious stuff, written with humor: Don’t Kill The Birthday Girl: Tales From an Allergic Life by Sandra Beasley (memoir of a poet)
- Threshold of the New takes on the old world ways: Threshold of the New by Henry Sloss
- Something certainly got fastened to Nothing Happened: Nothing Happened by W. Perry Epes
- Mary Falls is well-grounded: Mary Falls: Requiem for Mrs. Surratt by Christopher Conlon
- Get immersed in Immersion: Immersion by Michele Wolf
- Animal Magnetism is a magnetic experience: Animal Magnetism by Kim Roberts
- Midnight Voices: Midnight Voices by Deborah Ager
For a complete list of all my Examiner.com articles, you can go to http://www.examiner.com/poetry-in-washington-dc/joshua-gray.