New Review of THE BRANCHES, THE AXE, THE MISSING

Grady Harp, via Literary Aficionado, has lovely things to say about Charlotte Pence’s prizewinning poetry chapbook: “[Pence] establishes herself quite quietly as an artist to heed. The collection of poems is only 20 pages in length, but the manner in which she ties together all of the poems in this little tome, each poem enhancing the others – a fact that becomes obvious only as the last entry is read, and then the reader realizes that this is not a collection of poems but a binding of synapses both profound and gentle – this technique is subtle, creative, and challenging.” Seriously, this chap is a must-read: buy a copy here (and read the rest of this great review here).

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