Tag Archives: Suzanne Sunshower

For the Emigrant or Immigrant in All of Us

There is a glowing review of Immigrant by Marcela Sulak in Quiet Mountain Essays. In it, reviewer Suzanne Sunshower writes:

Immigrant is for the emigrant or immigrant in all of us. It’s a heaping portion of culture stirred by memories, ladled from a huge melting pot that’s parsleyed to the hilt with wonderful imagery . . . Immigrant is not just about food; it is a book which reminds us that history is memory, too.

You can read the entire review by following this link.

Immigrant is available from Black Lawrence Press and Amazon.

These Are Earned Offerings

There is a new review of Turning Inside Out by Sandra Kolankiewicz in Quiet Mountain Essays. In the review, Suzanne Sunshower writes:

In each offering of this slim volume, Kolankiewicz seems to take a big bite out of some past life. She then mulls it over carefully, making a few judgements along the way. A reader has the feeling that this author has lived many lives (or at least a few), and has survived them all, intact, to tell their tales. These are earned offerings…

You can read the entire review here.

Turning Inside Out won the Fall, 2007 Black River Chapbook Competition. It is available from Black Lawrence Press and Amazon.