SOB is Bridget Jones having an affair with Edgar Allen Poe on paper. The somber gloom of Poe and the wry single girl longing for a lasting relationship, mingle in every line and kiss with every comma.
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By Selma Sergent Barbara Lambert is a Canadian writer. She has won the Danuta Gleed Award for Best First Collection of Short Fiction and the Malahat Review Novella Prize, and been a finalist for the Ethel Wilson Prize and the Journey Prize. […]
By Selma Sergent Lauri Kubuitsile is a writer from Botswana, Africa. She was born in the USA and moved to Botswana in 1989 where she met her husband.
Review By James Ouma The Blue Sweater is an inspiring true story based on Jacqueline Novogratz who quit a promising career in international banking at Chase Manhattan to help bridge the gap between the rich and poor. It all begun with a blue sweater which she owned and loved while growing up. As she became […]
By Selma Sergent Quarto Barto is from Cincinnati, Ohio. A Tuck Magazine contributor, he is self-described as: ‘The great grandson of Vaudevillian performers, he writes poetry and prose with an American flair. Quarto has travelled extensively and draws influence from […]
By Selma Sergent Skip Fox has written several books and chapbooks of poetry and mixed-genre work as well as a lengthy bibliography. He was an indexer for the MLA International Bibliography and the Book Review Editor of Bulletin of Bibliography. He has […]
By Selma Sergent God’s Autobio by Rolli is a collection of short stories. They are surrealist and sublime in spirit; idiosyncratic, illusory and marvelous.
Kristina Marie Darling’s The Body Is A Little Gilded Cage: A Story In Letters & Fragments (Gold Wake Press, 2012) is an interlocking of poems, footnotes, appendices, letters and glossaries forming a mystical chain of images, memory and neatly crafted narrative.