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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.

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The New Set of Teeth You Don’t Know How to Grow

Nicholas Grider

12.08.14

Lamb’s latest album, Backspace Unwind, provides emotional clarity and foundation for Nicholas Grider during trying times.

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Sexual Discovery & Disorientation in Chloe Caldwell’s Women

Courtney Maum

12.04.14

Courtney Maum tackles the destructive love affair at the center of Chloe Caldwell’s Women.

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“WE ARE DETERMINED OUR AUTHORITY SHALL BE FULLY RESPECTED”: Fiddle Tunes and Primitive Selfies in the Techie Heart of Darkness

Jacob Sunderlin

12.01.14

Jacob Sunderlin wrestles with the utopian techie promises of the bay area and the stranger, more patience-demanding work released by Dust to Digital.

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That Kind of Trash: A Review of Ugly Girls

Jaime Fountaine

11.25.14

Jaime Fountaine tackles the memories of youth, the suburbs, and trash sparked by Lindsay Hunter’s Ugly Girls.

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Language Game or Echo Chamber? A Review of Emily Skillings’s Backchannel

Lucy Tiven

11.24.14

Can a bird still be powerful in a poem? Emily Skillings’s chapbook Backchannel provides positive evidence. Lucy Tiven reviews.

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A Review of Mallory Whitten’s Collected Poems & Stories

Zach Schwartz

11.18.14

Mallory Whitten’s debut collection gathers a wide range of styles into a coherent, surprising whole. Zach Schwartz reviews.

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A Review of Wong May’s Picasso’s Tears

Paul Cunningham

11.13.14

Composed over 34 years, Wong May’s latest collection harbors a mutative introspection on violence, art, America. Paul Cunningham reviews.

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A Review of Lydia Millet’s Magnificence

Stacey Levine

11.11.14

Lydia Millet’s latest extends a long track record of fearless, unnerving fiction. Stacey Levine reviews.

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Want as Oblivion: A Review of Merritt Tierce’s Love Me Back

Weston Cutter

11.06.14

Weston Cutter reviews Merritt Tierce’s tough and moving debut novel, Love Me Back.