Poetry Collections, Reviews

Grief as Celebration & Grief as Beauty: Reading Michalle Gould’s Resurrection Party

  We all have such differing definitions and expectations of grief. When asked to define grief, love, beauty, we often begin to play a game of word association, or we resort to metaphors and personification. Pain and sorrow. My heart hurts. It’s like a well that never fills up. But when I think about grief…… Read More Grief as Celebration & Grief as Beauty: Reading Michalle Gould’s Resurrection Party

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Fiction, Reviews

The Two (or More?) Sides of Friendship: Reading Rufi Thorpe’s The Girls from Corona del Mar

  We all have to grow up someday. And some of us are dealt a better hand than others—some during our childhood, others later in life, and even others not at all. But we find a way to persist, to perceive the world and how to function within its barriers. We learn how to love,… Read More The Two (or More?) Sides of Friendship: Reading Rufi Thorpe’s The Girls from Corona del Mar

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