Archive for May, 2016

Shadows by Sharon Gay

The wooden Century outboard skims over the lake, sun glinting off the waves like diamonds, stepping stones to the sky. I ride in the bow, watching the dark image of the boat on the surface as it flies through the water towards the beach, and the men waiting to store it away for another winter. […]

Brittany Warren Reviews This Summer and That Summer by Sanjeev Sethi

In 2015, Bloomsbury embraced a refreshing work of literature. Immediately, it’s noticed that upon introduction—as firsts are important–the title of poet Sanjeev Sethi’s collection, This Summer and That Summer is engaging and suggests the polarity of perception. It doesn’t seek to identify with the mundane, humanesque practice of glossing over substance in favor of the […]