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  Muscle and Mouth by Louise Finnigan is an absolute gem of a story. In this small book put together for Fly on the Wall Press ‘shorts’ series, we are treated to the kind of tight, rich storytelling that made me fall in love with literature in the first place.Read More
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  Anne Walsh Donnelly’s debut collection, Odd As F*ck is a fearless triumph of poetic voice. These accomplished poems harness the gamut of emotions that make up a life. Each stanza plumbs depth of feeling with a sincerity that resonates, but also moves on to remind us of the impermanenceRead More
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  Feverfew by Anna Saunders is a heady operatic plunge rooted in the complexities of humanity and nature. Set to a score of rich lyricism and language that knows when to crescendo and when to whisper, these verses echo long after the last note has ended, leaving the reader bothRead More
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  Medusa’s Daughter, by Jane Rosenberg LaForge, is a shedding of poetic skin where the mythical gives way to modern and seeds a new narrative. These poems are filled with treasures of syntactical prowess that leave us with a sense of wonder and awe. We All Have Our Snakes ThereRead More
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  Content warning: This review contains discussion and mention of sensitive topics such as domestic and sexual violence and may be triggering to some readers.   To Fall Fable, by Alice Wickenden, reminds us that those with the power to tell stories can shape enduring legacies. In this pamphlet ofRead More
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Fly on the Wall Press has published Issue 8 of their fantastic in-house magazine, with the theme of “Alien”, just in time to add some adventure to the grey days of winter. This edition is full of everything from little green men to dreamers wandering in alien landscapes. There isRead More
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