August 10, 2017

F2O LitStyle: Chameleon by Charles Joseph | Kendall Bell | Book Review

  Charles Joseph Chameleon Indigent Press, 2017 Charles Joseph has been called a “poet of the people”, and his first full length collection of poetry and […]
July 11, 2017

F2O LitStyle: Parts per Trillion by Claudine Nash A Poetry Collection Review By Kim D. Bailey

Parts per Trillion by Claudine Nash A Poetry Collection Review By Kim D. Bailey Claudine Nash was gracious to ask me to review her poetry book, […]
April 28, 2017

F2O LitStyle A Shaky Read of Jessie Janeshek’s The Shaky Phase by Alex Simand | Book Review

A Shaky Read of Jessie Janeshek’s The Shaky Phase Love poems if love was spoken in unapologetic noire, vodka, Pine sol, and leopard print. If I […]
March 19, 2017

F2O LitStyle Review of Beautiful Madness by S.T. Cartledge | Book Review | Scott Patrick Mitchell

You have to love the modern age, how social media is breaking down geographical and sociocultural barriers. Yeah yeah, there might be arguments for the detriment […]