Posts Tagged ‘Review’

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

todd moore | the gold cane, van gogh’s ear, and the gun in the casket: wandering down this crooked road

This is the age of Lummox.
Granted, there are many fine publishers out there, some of them even legendary. Grove Press, City Lights, and Black Sparrow not only published great writers but somehow went on to define an age. Scribners gave us Hemingway and Fitzgerald when we desperately needed them. Now, it is [...]

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

todd moore | saturday night desperate, don winter, and the black mitten of poetry

I remember getting hit once with a baseball bat right in the middle of the back and the force of that blow spun me around toward a girl who was laughing. Sometimes a book will have that same effect on me. Reading Tom McGrath’s LETTER TO AN IMAGINARY FRIEND was like that. [...]

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009

john dorsey & s.a. griffin | the dead zone trilogy by todd moore

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

gerald locklin | a sinatra sequence


Sinatra, some stories and the Stones.

Long Beach poet Gerald Locklin’s latest chapbook, his annual collection of jazz poems, is an all-Frank collection, “A Sinatra Sequence,” paean after paean to Old Blue Eyes. By Tim Grobaty, Press Telegram Long Beach Staff Writer. Posted: 03/17/2009 09:53:55 PM PDT

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

tony moffeit | a man on fire