Tag: book reviews

  • ‘Sexual Boat (Sex Boats),’ by James Gendron

    By Janae Green  “I once moved to a house so old I was unequal to living there. I was hungry for two years, even while eating. My foot was just long enough to not touch the past.” —From “Stronger than Dirt,” by James Gendron For weeks all I thought about was pulsating waves; sex boats penetrating […]

  • ‘My Dead,’ by Amy Lawless

    ‘My Dead,’ by Amy Lawless

    By Janae Green “Poetry is a way to live, a way to talk about the world, a way for shit to matter. Literature and creation of poems is just one paradigm through which to make sense of the world.” —Amy Lawless in an interview with James Gendron at The Conversant. The dead never leave us, […]