THE SHINING ROCK POETRY ANTHOLOGY & BOOK REVIEW New Issue 2020
I am thrilled to announce that with the help of my co-editor, Daniel T. O’Hara, our Book Review Editor, Vanessa Loh, and our Cover Editor, artist Rosie Bruno, Issue 9, a whopper of a Double Issue of The Shining Rock Poetry Anthology & Book Review, is now free and online.
It includes poems by Patricia Spears Jones, Michele S. Wolf, Jeanne Larsen, Lexie Reese, William Doreski, Adrian Koesters, Crona Gallagher, Karen Head, essays by Sascha Feinstein & Val Nieman, and reviews of books by Patricia Spears Jones, Val Nieman, Kate Daniels, Clarence Major, Dennis Maloney, Natasha Saje, Jeanne Larsen, TR Hummer, & Jeanne Murray Walker, reviewed by Robert G. Margolis, Brendan Egan, Lacey Hudspeth, Daniel T. O’Hara, Stan Galloway, Jeff Klebauskas, Sarah E. Kruse & Carolee D. Bennett.
Enter the two doorways of the cover by Rachel Beach and find some respite from the world outside! all best, Tina Barr https://www.shiningrockpoetry.com/issue-nine-summer-2020-double-issue/cover-issue-nine-2020/
SUMMER 2020 BOOK REVIEWS
BOOK REVIEWS on books by Patricia Spears Jones, Valerie Nieman, Kate Daniels, Clarence Major, Dennis Maloney, Natasha Saje, Jeanne Larsen, T. R. Hummer, Jeanne Murray Walker. Scroll down to read them. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE
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