Daily Archives: October 10, 2019

Restaurant Review: Trappa’s Bar And Restaurant

Trappa’s Bar And Restaurant, English Harbor, Antigua After the Day of Atonement ended about 6PM or so, my mother and stepfather and I had planned to go eat at the chicken restaurant that was at the end of the street, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Wonderland: Poems

Wonderland:  Poems, by Matthew Dickman After having read this collection of poems, one wonders if the author is writing under some sort of nom de guerre or whether it is that his extreme focus on sexuality in many of these … Continue reading

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Book Review: Adultolescence

Adultolescence, written and illustrated by Gabbie Hanna This sort of book is a sign of the existence of a serious problem, and that is the way that adulthood and childhood seem to be juxtoposed in a period of long tension.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Quarter Life Poetry

Quarter Life Poetry:  Poems For The Young, Broke & Hangry, by Samantha Jayne This book is an example of a genre of poetry that seeks to capitalize on the suffering and general lack of life success found by many millennials … Continue reading

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