Tag Archives: J.S. Watts

A Book That Deserves To Be Known

We’d like to thank the good people over at Neon for the review of Turning Inside Out by Sandra Kolankiewicz. Turning Inside Out won the Fall, 2007 Black River Chapbook Competition. Here’s a section from the review, written by J.S. Watts:

The poems in Turning Inside Out are searching, atmospheric, at times disquieting and always riveting. This is a book that deserves to be known and not kept a secret as seems to be the fate of many poetry collections.

You can read the entire review here.

Turning Inside Out is available from Black Lawrence Press and Amazon. You can also order it at your local bookstore.

A Ripe Peach of a Book

We are very pleased to report that Neon has just published the first review of Immigrant by Marcela Sulak in which reviewer J.S. Watts refers to the collection as “a ripe peach of a book” that “deserves a readership as broad and diverse as its subject matter.” You can read the entire review here.

Immigrant is available from Black Lawrence Press and Amazon.