Fear, Loss, and Hope in “songs we used to dance to”

A review of courtney marie’s poetry collection “songs we used to dance to,” which takes an unflinching look at self and country and issues of identity.

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“Writing Close to the Bone”: an Interview with Steve Yarbrough

An interview with author Steve Yarbrough about his latest novel, “Stay Gone Days”

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Southern Identity, Poetry Education, and Horror: A Conversation with Christian J. Collier

A review with Christian J. Collier regarding his new collection of poetry, “The Gleaming of the Blade.”

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Opulence and Fragility in “The Tobacco Wives”

With the smoldering edge of a mint-flavored cigarette, Adele Myers’ novel, “The Tobacco Wives,” not only lights the spark of the women’s movement in a small, Southern town but shines a light into the secrets of the tobacco industry.

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“Coffin Honey” Emphasizes the Importance of Our Relationship with Nature

A review of Todd Davis’ new book of poetry, “Coffin Honey.”

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“Moundsville”: The Rise and Fall of a Small Town

“Moundsville” documentary tells the story of the small town of Moundsville, West Virginia through the eyes of its residents.

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Adolescent Adventure, Social Justice, and the Twists and Turns of “Diamond Park”

A review of Phillippe Diederich’s book, “Diamond Park.”

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