July 1, 2016

Seattle Review of Books

Okay, okay. You don’t need more books for your reading list. Or do you? Paul Constant makes a compelling case for new works by three Seattle-based poets in The Seattle Review of Books. You decide. Read Constant’s comments on The Multitude by Hannah Faith Notess, Giraffes of Devotion by Sarah Mangold and Pomegranate Eater by Amaranth Borsuk, then visit your local independent bookseller to have a closer look.


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