RESULTS FOR reviews
gaga_oscars2015

Oscar Party 2015: White Year

Kevin Killian

02.23.15

At his annual Oscar party Kevin Killian laments the lack of nominees of color while roasting the sure fire white winners playing numerous afflictions.

end_of_days_cover1-330x509

Jenny Erpenbeck’s The End of Days

Jace Brittain

02.19.15

The End of Days explores the strange terrain between life and death. Jace Brittain reviews.

Forecast_Createspace_V3.1

You Got Somethin’ To Say?: A Review of Andrew Worthington’s Walls

Norman Feliks

02.12.15

Norman Feliks investigates the hauntingly Nietzschean aspects of Andrew Worthington’s debut novel, Walls.

patricia-lockwood

“We had 3D in my day and we called it AMERICA.”" On Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals

Mark Baumer

02.05.15

Mark Baumer goes deep line by line into the bloodbath of language that is Patricia Lockwood’s Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals.

tumblr_ndyzy0UaEX1qkhmpgo2_r1_500-330x440

A Review of Don Mee Choi’s Freely Frayed,ᄏ=q, & Race=Nation

Joyelle McSweeney

01.20.15

Freely Frayed takes a look at how the work of Korean poets such as Don Mee Choi and Kim Hyesoon grapple with the US’s manipulation of their home country as a military toy. Joyelle McSweeney reviews.

DreamMachine-330x329

A Review of Sade Murphy’s Dream Machine

Vi Khi Nao

01.08.15

Can orgasms backfire? Sade Murphy investigates sublime sexual territory and where it borders against the dream. Vi Khi Nao reviews.

Ol' Dirty Bastard Portrait Session

Oh Baby I Like It Raw (Just Not That Raw)

Jim Ruland

01.05.15

The Dirty Version explores the conundrums of the Wu-Tang Clan’s most notorious member, Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Jim Ruland reviews.

Bribery-giant-500-copy_21-330x508

The Brain That You Want In The Moment That You Want It: A Review of Steven Zultanski’s Bribery

Ed Steck

12.30.14

Bribery bears witness as an unrelenting cavalcade of American grotesquery. Ed Steck reviews.

excavation-cover

One Prism of History: On Desire and Secrecy in Wendy Ortiz’s Excavation: A Memoir

Lucy Tiven

12.22.14

Identity, fallibility, and self-discovery weave a provocative intuitive fabric for Wendy Ortiz’s memoir centered around a relationship with her teacher. Lucy Tiven reviews.

Mullany

John Dermot Woods’s Love/Hate Letter to Baltimore

Amber Sparks

12.09.14

Amber Sparks tackles the psychosis of a city unraveling in John Dermot Woods’s self-illustrated new novel, The Baltimore Atrocities.