Galatea Resurrects #11 featuring 72 new reviews!
Woke up this morning to a generous and thoughtful review of Your Ten Favorite Words written by Tom Beckett:
Your Ten Favorite Words is a smart, funny, angry and very adult book of poems about the power and pitfalls of eros, about the ways in which men and women stumble into one another, and about the fall-out from those collisions.
The book has been out for a year and there haven't been many reviews, so I'm extra grateful for this Rebeccamas gift.
Steven Karl reviews Hugh Behm-Steinberg's Shy Green Fields:
Shy Green Fields allows you to see the quiet, sensual, world anew seven lines at a time like a slow undulation of light falling, shifting, seeping, and retreating.
Also there's THREE reviews of Collin Kelley's After the Poison. 1, 2, 3!
Who knew Collin had that much sway? I did, actually.