Bright Dead Things
by Ada Limón

Reviewed by Dave Seter In life’s trajectory from childhood story hour to adult happy hour, good storytellers are in demand. While some theories of poetry argue for silencing the “I” of authorship, Ada Limón’s brand of poetry is personal and emotionally honest. If a mere book of poetry can invite the reader into the kitchen … Continue reading Bright Dead Things
by Ada Limón

CPR Volume 18-1

January, 2016 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Danielle Mitchell, Knowledge Janet Hagelgans, First Kill Judy Kronenfeld, Hallowed Freeze, Exalted Thaw Amanda Lou Doster, You are expected to be more decorous than linoleum Jennifer Bullis, In That Time of Skiing I Was Always Wrong T.J. Sandella, … Continue reading CPR Volume 18-1