by Mark Athitakis | Dec-10-2012
Leah Triplett reviews Marianne Mathieu’s study of the French artist Berthe Morisot, Berthe Morisot: 1841-1895, for Bookslut.
Gina Webb reviews Elena Passarello’s essay collection Let Me Clear My Throat for the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
David Biespiel asks, “What is lyric poetry?” at the Rumpus.
Michael Leong reviews Laura Mullen’s poetry collection Enduring Freedom at Hyperallergic.
Shaun Randol reviews Benjamin Stein’s novel The Canvas for Words Without Borders.
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