Monthly Archives: April 2014

“Re’em” by Adam McOmber

From Conjunctions: 61 A Menagerie Review by A.W. Marshall Sometimes our greatest hopes seem lost in the imagined—whether it be places bettered, people more noble, a future with some optimism, a past more interesting, or an animal that we’d like to … Continue reading

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“The Stag and the Quiver” by Richard Siken

From theawl.com April 4, 2014 Review by Ian Bodkin When speaking of poetry, or rather a single poem, even a sequence, it may seem odd to refer to a work as minimal. But when first encountering “The Stag and the … Continue reading

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