Reads & Reviews

Two of my writing pals have published their work directly to Kindle, as so many authors are doing now. Will Kenyon's short stories, The Giant and The Littlest Goblin, are available for 99 cents at this link. If you like sci-fi and fantasy, these are quick, thought-provoking reads. Sheila O'Shea published Catbooks and Other Methods: Free Writing Techniques To Clear Your Head, Improve Your Mood and Make Waiting At the Dentist's Office Just a Little More Bearable, a useful and funny guide for writers. It's also just 99 cents at this link.


My Five Questions For... series kicks off next week with poet Justin Evans talking about his collection Town for the Trees. Also on deck in the coming weeks: Rupert Fike, Will Kenyon and Jeannine Hall Gailey.


Stephen Mills posted a lovely review of Slow To Burn at his blog, Joe's Jacket, yesterday. Here's an excerpt:

A few days ago, I sat down with the reprint edition of Kelley's chapbook Slow to Burn published by Seven Kitchens Press, and I quickly fell in love. In many ways, chapbooks can showcase a poet better than a full length book. Chapbooks, at their best, are tight and focused collections that don't rely on filler poems. Slow to Burn is exactly that. 

You can read the entire review at this link.


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