I write regular reviews of poetry and art titles for the "Bible of the book business," a trade news magazine serving publishers, librarians, booksellers, and literary agents. The reviews are anonymous, which makes me feel like a secret agent. But if you're really curious about which reviews are mine, ask. I might tell you.
“Know Where You Are,” a review of Molly McCully Brown's The Virginia Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded
“Who Will Speak for This Flesh,” a review of Roger Reeves’ King Me
“One Foot in the Real, One Wing in the Ether,” a review of Julia Cohen’s Collateral Light
A review of Amy Lawless’ My Dead
A review of Edward Mullany’s Figures for an Apocalypse