No mercy ahead…. The Witch Doesn’t Burn In This One by Amanda Lovelace is the best book of feminist poetry ever. It’s cutthroat and true to the bone. The harsh realities we all face as women are put on full display here with no remorse or apologies. In short… Sorry not sorry. Lovelace pays homage […]
The third installment in the Women Are Some Kind Of Magic collection… expected to blow the previous two out of the water…
Hala Alyan writes a powerful poetic debut about growing up in-between cultures and identities.
Rupi Kaur. You’ve heard of her. You’ve seen her poetry on Tumblr, Instagram and so many more platforms in artsy movements. Rupi Kaur is the “Queen of Instapoets.” Without knowing a lot about her I was skeptical of the idea of her heavily commercialized poetry. Daughter of two immigrant parents, 25-year-old Rupi Kaur is an […]
Gun Love is all dark mud and opalescent poetry, rife with racketeering and heart. Song Pairing: “Heaven is a Place” by Amber Run Listen Here / 2018 HELLO YELLOW REVIEWS Playlist Gun Love is what happens if the Gilmore Girls became a less quippy duo specializing in lyrical symbolism, trailer park omens and moth-riddled heirlooms. Pearl France […]
I was asked to read this collection of poetry in college as part of a reflection and connection project in a creative writing class. I fell in love with the way she described the pain behind the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and I recently felt the urge to revisit it. Colosseum by Katie Ford was […]