No Tell Books Reviewed in MiPO
somehow I missed these No Tell Books reviews in May's MiPOesias:
Cheryl Townsend reviews Laurel Snyder's The Myth of the Simple Machines:
Snyder’s poems are like dreams. They float all misty and just on the tip of a tongue. You’ll get them but you won’t be sure why.
Cheryl Townsend on Jill Alexander Essbaum's Harlot:
Harlot... What divine connotations just the sound of it evokes. Evoke - to call forth. And with a rapacious appetite for the illicit and sublime, Essbaum calls forth, “so adamant, so Jezebel” an estrus unyielding. An orgy of verse, glistening with “Covens/of bedroom men” and genital cannibalism. These poems ooze.
Cheryl Townsend on Hugh Behm-Steinberg's Shy Green Fields:
Hugh is a lusty fellow.