Posts Tagged: Amado Muro

Weekend Rumpus Roundup


Kristina Marie Darling’s poetry collection, Fortress, is “image-rich” and wonderfully allusive. The setting is the famously decadent palace of Versailles. Like the film Marie Antoinette, “Darling’s book is simultaneously excess and desolation,” writes Sandra Marchetti. White spaces are used strategically in this “lush” book of poems. Next, the “detached narrator” of Amado Muro’s Collected Stories focuses […]


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