Thanks to Christopher Atamian, Alan Semerdjian's In the Architecture of Bone is reviewed at the Huffington Post. Atamian writes On the eve of the 100th commemoration of the Armenian Genocide of 1915, I was happy to revisit Alan Semerdjian's fascinating 2009 book of poetry In the Architecture of Bone... [an] at turns powerful, [...]
A packed prose poem that features a cherub sans head and delivers the goods in just eight sentences, "Damage," by GenPop Books author Emma Bolden (Maleficae, May 2013), is featured today at Poetry Daily.
At Poet's Quarterly, Edan Mohr reviews Judith Baumel's The Kangaroo Girl, which Mohr calls "a book of rare power and beauty, a look back what survives in memory and how time itself transforms and sustains us." Writes Mohr: Judith Baumel’s latest book conveys both a playful nostalgia and a haunting [...]