Sinister Wisdom reviews Elena Georgiou’s “The Immigrant’s Refrigerator”

By |September 5th, 2018|Blog, Elena Georgiou, FRONTPAGE, GPB News|

Sinister Wisdom features a brilliant review of Elena Georgiou's The Immigrant's Refrigerator (GenPop Books, 2018): "a multiply-voiced chorus spanning experiences of political upheaval, violence, sex work, death, scholarship, bread-baking, spirituality, physical and psychic hunger."

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Bustle Magazine features Elena Georgiou, finalists for New American Voices Award

By |July 28th, 2018|Blog, Elena Georgiou, FRONTPAGE, GPB News|

“Writing The Immigrant's Refrigerator taught me the following things," Elena Georgiou tells Bustle. "Borders change. Countries appear and disappear. Walls go up. Walls come down. Wars begin. Wars end. These are the things that divide us. And the things that unite us.”

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Huffington Post review of Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone

By |July 3rd, 2014|Alan Semerdjian, Blog, GPB News|

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...

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Poetry Daily features Emma Bolden

By |April 14th, 2013|Blog, GPB News|

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), is featured today at Poetry Daily.

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New Review of Julianna Spallholz’s The State Of Kansas

By |January 31st, 2012|Blog, FRONTPAGE, GPB News, Julianna Spallholz|

Amber Sparks at Vouched Books reviews Julianna Spallholz's fiction debut, The State Of Kansas (GenPop Books, 2012). Being fans of Sparks's own fiction, it's something of a double honor for all of us here at GenPop. "If Lydia Davis knew more people who hung out shirtless in small places and owned pitbulls instead of pedigreed cats, her stories might look at little like Julianna Spallholz’s," writes Sparks. "Lucky for us, we’ve already got Julianna Spallholz to write those stories."

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