Posts for book review

Review of Ann E. Wallace’s Counting By Sevens

In Mother Words Blog January 15, 2020

If you are a parent, a patient, or a death-defier, you will see yourself in Wallace’s poignant words. Reading Ann…

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Review of Unreasonable Doubts

General/Column June 21, 2019

Writers are always told to “write about what you know,” and Reyna Marder Gentin takes this well-known piece of advice…

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Book Review: Evensong for Shadows by Shanna Powlus Wheeler

General/Column May 2, 2019

Poetry sometimes holds the grief of its author tenderly and in reverence, like new parents might hold a just born…

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Review of Motherlands by Natasha Garrett

General/Column February 6, 2019

The moment I opened Motherlands by Natasha Garrett, I knew this book would resonate with the feeling of rootlessness that has…

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