This review is no slender paperback; Big River Poetry Review Volume 1 is a blockbuster 9 x 12 coffee table book with 185 pages of poems. "A magnificent read," says Joan Colby. THIS IS AS GOOD AS IT GETS. Including poems by Pam Uschuk, Phillip Fried, Joan Colby, William Doreski, Sheila E. Murphy, Peycho Kanev, Sybill Pittman Estess, Larry Thomas, Robert Lietz, Martin Willitts, Jr., and many other outstanding poets, this is the first print issue of Big River Poetry Review, an on-line and print journal of fine original contemporary poetry compiled, edited, and published in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, see bigriverpoetry.com. In this issue, we are printing all the poems we published on-line between the Review’s inception in late May 2012 and the end of December 2012.
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By Howard R. Debs
Dec 14, 2013
There is a reason why Dartmouth Prof. Michael Chaney includes Big River Poetry Review in his Top Ten Literary Magazines to submit to—excellence and diversity. This volume is like a magic carpet ride around the world of contemporary poetry. The poems pull no punches, they range from touching to raw, from lyrical to experimental, but they all have something in common; they are meaningful and a pleasure to read. Give this book of poetry to someone you know who loves poetry and they will thank you, and get a copy for yourself, you deserve it!
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