Category Archives: Reviews
Have you been wondering what the Rescue crew is up to? Here are a few updates and a bunch of new work from Rescue Press authors and editors: Marc Rahe has new poems up at Petri Press. Madeline McDonnell’s new … Continue reading
“[The characters] are a strange and deluded and self-important and typically damaged bunch. They speak in ridiculous idioms. They crack flat jokes and clever jokes and jokes that only they find funny. They frequently feel terrible for themselves and, less … Continue reading
Thoughtful and amazing new reviews of Vinnie Wilhelm’s IN THE ABSENCE OF PREDATORS can be found at NewPages and The Collagist.
“And there it is—the bird, the word, the moth, the errant sound, or flying thing that escapes in all these stories, or tries to, or tries desperately to remain suppressed.” A new review of Madeline McDonnell’s THERE IS SOMETHING INSIDE, … Continue reading
1. Check out this beautiful review of Melissa Dickey’s THE LILY WILL at iO: “. . .The Lily Will is also a book that has a changing of seasons, a cycle of both natural and unnatural dying and rebirth. In … Continue reading
1. Congratulations Shane McCrae (author of IN CANAAN) for winning one of this year’s Whiting Awards! The Iowa City Press Citizen interviews him here. 2. An insightful review of Andrea Rexilius’ TO BE HUMAN IS TO BE A CONVERSATION can … Continue reading
1. Zach Savich’s debut collection of nonfiction—Events Film Cannot Withstand—is #5 on SPD’s Nonfiction Best-Sellers list! To read an excerpt of his book, which is part scandalous memoir, part self-help sabotage, and part investigatory journaling, go to At Length, which … Continue reading