Book Review: “The Unrepentant” by E. A. Aymar

The UnrepentantAuthor: E. A. AymarDown & Out Books, 2019ISBN: 978-1948235587$3.99 Pre-Order, $17.95 Trade Paperback     “A Reason to Return”: Twinning and Violence in E. A. Aymar’s The UnrepentantReview by Beth OsborneThere are plenty of reasons...

Author Spotlight: Tyrese Coleman

Truth and Truth-Adjacent: Excerpt, Review, and Interview with Fluid Prose Writer, Tyrese Coleman By Nicole Schmidt Tyrese Coleman is a writer, wife, mother, and attorney. She is also the fiction editor for District Lit, and an associated editor at SmokeLong Quarterly....

Book Review: “The Vatican Princess” by C. W. Gortner

The Vatican Princess Author: C. W. Gortner Ballantine Books, 2017 ISBN: 978-0-3455-3399-9 $17.00           Innocent or Femme Fatale?: The Plight of Lucrezia Borgia in C. W. Gortner’s The Vatican Princess Review by Rita Bourke The year...

Review: Night at the Fiestas

Night at the Fiestas By Kirstin Valdez Quade Norton, 2015 ISBN: 0393242986 $15.95 (Paperback)   Reviewed by Melanie J. Cordova Conceptions of New Mexico by mostly white easterners in its early time as part of the United States usually involved notions of danger,...

Review: 5 Months, 10 Years, 2 Hours

5 Months, 10 Years, 2 Hours By Lisa Reisman Outpost19, 2015 ISBN: 978-1-937402-70-9 $16.00 (Paperback)   Reviewed by Melanie J. Cordova In Lisa Reisman’s 5 Months, 10 Years, 2 Hours, time is of the essence. This trim memoir follows our narrator Lisa as she goes...