Poetry Collections, Reviews

Stages of Fear & Domestication: Reading Laura Madeline Wiseman’s Some Fatal Effects of Curiosity and Disobedience

  Click here to see my review of American Galactic. You’ve heard the stories—two children lost out in the woods, little girl in a red-hooded cloak, three little pigs—we all have. And, admittedly, I have “red” many poetry collections (whether or not intentionally) that focus exclusively on the fairy tale, though I have never read… Read More Stages of Fear & Domestication: Reading Laura Madeline Wiseman’s Some Fatal Effects of Curiosity and Disobedience

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Poetry Collections, Reviews

Costume or Skin, A Reckoning: Reading Laura Madeline Wiseman’s American Galatic

  Click here to see my review of Some Fatal Effects of Curiosity and Disobedience. We’ve all been there—wondered about life, the afterlife, and whether there could be life on other planets. These are interesting questions, because, to the common wonderer (someone who isn’t a scientist or theologist, and someone who hasn’t somehow miraculously died… Read More Costume or Skin, A Reckoning: Reading Laura Madeline Wiseman’s American Galatic

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