Poetry Collection Reviews

Sticks & Stones: The Fourth Year

Here’s to another year of celebrating poetry!

Each book I reviewed in 2021 was a tremendous gift. As we endured a second pandemic year, poets wrote about navigating an unquiet and often frightening world, about Nature, humanity, and relationships, about heredity, abuse, and the rewards of long love. 

In these turbulent times, we need poetry and all the arts more than ever. I’m grateful for the words of these poets who put their hearts on the page for all to share.

I’m happy to announce the Sticks & Stones review schedule for 2022:

January 3: Rosetta by Karina Borowicz

February 7: Through a Red Place by Rebecca Pelky

March 7: Shade of Blue Trees by Kelly Cressio-Moeller

April 4: Nothing But by Alice B. Fogel

May 2: Tortillera by Caridad Moro-Gronleir subbed

June 6: Sufficient Emptiness by Marjorie Power

July 4: Hospice Plastics by Rachel Hinton

August 1: Uncertain Acrobats by Rebecca Hart Olander

September 5: Tell Me How You Got Here by Emily Franklin (non-sub)

October 3: The Curator’s Notes by Robin Rosen Chang subbed

November 7: Years Beyond the River by David Axelrod subbed

December 5: The World is God’s Language by Dane Cervine

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  1. Thank you…truly you are doing the noble work. Reviews are an utter act of love. Honored to be in this group and to have had your attention.

    Wishing you and the fam a cozy holiday xx

    Kelly

    Eventually we all have to accept full and total responsibility for our actions, everything we have done, and have not done. ― Hubert Selby Jr., from Requiem for a Dream

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