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Judith Baumel’s The Kangaroo Girl now available from GenPop Books

Judith Baumel The Kangaroo Girl ISBN: 9780982359433 | Poetry | 6″x8″, 78 pp., pbk | 24 May 2011 $14 includes shipping in the US (vs. $15 in stores) Single orders: online via PayPal (no account necessary) or by check. Bookstores: see ordering info here. Starting with a photo that spent [...]

NewPages reviews Michael Klein’s then, we were still living

We are grateful to NewPages for carrying Kimberly Steele’s thoughtful review of Michael Klein’s then, we were still living. Says Steele: Klein transitions into a different kind of vocabulary on the topic of death without setting off any alarms, subtly restructuring the way we perceive the chasm between the living [...]

Fogged Clarity reviews Michael Klein’s then, we were still living

Scott Hightower at Fogged Clarity has written an excellent review of Michael Klein’s then, we were still living: Klein is never coarse; even when bawdy, he is subtle, self-deprecating – and loving. Klein dares us. And for the few minutes we are his reader, we are fortunate that he is [...]

The Rumpus interviews GenPop Books author Michael Klein

Gabrielle Calvocoressi at The Rumpus provides a wonderful, wide-ranging interview with GenPop Books author Michael Klein: MK: “When I think of hopefulness, I immediately think of intimacy. Hope and intimacy are close in meaning to me. One of the missions of the book was to talk about ways in which [...]

Connotation Press reviews Michael Klein’s then, we were still living

There's a new review of Michael Klein’s then, we were still living, thanks to Monica Mankin at ConnotationPress.com. It’s a great examination of Michael’s book, and also one of the better reviews, in general, that we’ve read in a while. “Wary of book jacket praise for contemporary poetry,” Mankin’s review/essay [...]

New review of Michael Klein’s then, we were still living

Michael Klein’s then, we were still living is reviewed at The The, thanks to Genevieve Burger-Weiser, who writes Michael Klein’s new book of poetry, then, we were still living, is a metaphysical meditation on identity through time and the search for the real amidst ghosts, memories, and illusory images. As [...]

Michael Klein’s then, we were still living, now available from GenPop Books

ISBN: 9780982359419 Poetry, 6″x8″, 68 pages, perfectbound Publication date: 15 October 2010 For review copies, please email GenPop Books Also available for pre-order (ships Fall 2010) $14 includes shipping in the US (vs. $15 in stores) Single orders: online via PayPal (no account necessary) or by check. Bookstores: see ordering [...]

Lambda Literary reviews Michael Klein’s then, we were still living

It might be silly to speak of an author’s fourth book as a sophomore effort, but in terms of poetry, Klein has achieved what every author strives for in a second book of poems. His voice is recognizable, while his craft has sharpened, and his inquiries have grown more complex. [...]

Long Island Pulse reviews Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone

Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone is reviewed in Long Island Pulse, thanks to reviewer George Wallace: For those of us who are prepared to "Go Deep" into the architecture of the individual human experience rather than skim its surfaces, there’s good news. As revealed by Armenian-American poet and [...]

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