21 August 2005
Vol. 5, No. 2
poetry, prose poem
If it is not machine mastery, it is a language. Even without air, the cold clattering of padded keys impresses the tiny white seals with seams.
"Tender Hooks" Refuse to Soften: A Review of Beth Ann Fennelly's Tender Hooks
2 September 2004
Vol. 4, No. 3
nonfiction, review, review of poetry
History's typecast of "the mother" breeds thoughts of the bored housewife, entertaining herself with embroidery, pastel aprons, and flip hairdos. Herstory relates a more honest and complex definition of the mother, much like the work of Beth Ann Fennelly's poems in Tender Hooks.