Monthly Archives: July 2011

Radius: Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz, Megan Thoma, Laura Lamb Brown-Lavoie

The Editors Write: With her fearless internal excavations and snap-rattle metaphors, Megan Thoma is easily among the most interesting of the current generation of poets coming into their own by way of slam. Note the phraseology: Is that in some … Continue reading

Poetry Review: Views From View Park 3: Crenshaw N’ Slauson

 By Carlye Archibeque

VIEWS FROM VIEW PARK 3: Crenshaw n’ Slauson

Even the most renownned poetry is subject to the opinions of others. How much more so a small chapbook collect of poems by students of a lower income charter … Continue reading