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(Critic, Author, Work)
4—Caroline Crew: On Male Privilege, The Exorcist, & Women Writers Who Won’t Step Down
7—Sophfronia Scott: The Making of a Classic, Review of Pamela Erens The Virgins
14—Alyssa Jocson: Forever Quirky and Fantastically Flawed and Ridiculous, Review of Madeline McDonnell Penny, n.
16—Jaime Boler: Think Twice Before Opening Boxes, Review of Norah Labiner Let the Dark Flower Blossom
20—Suzanne Hard: Persistent Empathy, Review of Anne Leigh Parrish All the Roads that Lead from Home
22—Suzanne Hard: Ill-equipped, Perhaps, Deserving of Compassion, Laura Kasischke If A Stranger Approaches You
25—Eileen Austen: In Search of Narrative, Review of Alicia Kozameh Ostrich Legs
31—Kelly Lydick: Unconsciously Conscious, Review of Bernadette Mayer Ethics of Sleep
35—Glenda Burgess: Art of the Discarded and Reclaimed, Review of Dana Johnson Elsewhere, California
37—Christine Cody: A Missive from the Deities, Review of Anne Germanacos In the Time of Girls
40—Matthew Mahaney: A Lyrical Choose-Your-Own Adventure, Review of Loren Erdrich & Sierra Nelson I Take Back the Sponge Cake
44—Allan B. Rubin: An Edifying Compendium, Review of Daniela Gioseffi Pioneering Italian American Culture
47—Maria Espinosa: Of Craving, Of Touch, Review of Susan Sherman The Light That Puts an End to Dreams
50—Pamela Klein: Uncomfortably Dangerous Poetry, Review of Rauan Klassnik The Moon’s Jaw
53—Bill Pruitt: Questionable Insight, Review of Hugh Martin The Stick Soldiers
57—Bill Pruitt: Xenotransplantation, Review of Bruce Beasley Theophobia
60—Holly Helscher: The Complexity of Choices, Review of Gila Green King of the Class
63—Glenn Halak: Poetic Persona vs Poetry, Review of Helene Cardona Dreaming My Animal Selves
68—Glenn Halak: The Invisible Man, Review of William Pitt Root’s translation of Pablo Neruda
78—Cory Johnston: Forms of Detachment in Holocaust Literature