New Review of PURGATORY

Grady Harp calls Amelia Martens’s poetry chapbook PURGATORY “disturbing in that positive sort of way, acting as a signpost to each of us to look around at memories while they are being formed instead of depending on the alterations of time and outside influences that may scar them and make them nightmares.” If that doesn’t make you want to buy a copy, we don’t know what will! Pick one up here (and read the rest of this five-star review here).

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