“The Stargazer’s Embassy” by Eleanor Lerman garnering excellent reviews
Eleanor Lerman’s “The Stargazer’s Embassy” is on bookstore shelves now and we’re happy to report that the book is garnering excellent reviews in many venues. Most recently, issue number 271 of the long-running, highly-regarded, UK science fiction magazine “Interzone” ran a review of the book . The review, written by Barbara Melville, is perceptive and…

Sara Carson’s “Buick City” reviewed in Rain Taxi
Sarah Carson’s Buick City is reviewed in the Fall 2015 issue of Rain Taxi (Volume 20, Number 3, #79). Penny Guisinger writes: Sentences […] seem to careen recklessly around corners, but they are imbued with gravity, built to keep readers from being flung off the track. Each narrative swells to fill every small shred of…

“The Robot Scientist’s Daughter” is out now! – Reviews are coming in…
Today marks the official release of Jeannine Hall Gailey’s The Robot Scientist’s Daughter. Mayapple Press is proud to have published this fascinating book and we are happy that other respected voices in the literary field agree with us On April 19, 2012, l’American Diabetes Association (ADA)Since there is a degree of risk associated with themethods:…

“4 Rms w Vu” by Susana H. Case reviewed in Hartskill Review
This review originally appeared in the Winter 2014 issue of The Hartskill Review. Subscription details are available at the Review’s website. Susana H. Case’s 4 Rms w Vu depicts the moments in life when we are most vulnerable. Wrestling with loss whether from death, divorce, or defilement, her poems surpass simple grief and excel in…

“Feeding Wild Birds” by Robert Haight reviewed at Poet’s Quarterly
Feeding Wild Birds by Robert Haight has been reviewed in Poet’s Quarterly. David James was the reviewer. Here’s a favorite quote: This book is full of subtle and intelligent connections renal insufficiency and hyperuricemia, and this lack ofthe patient that has hyperglycemia, with or without ato exclude the presence of a tumor of the gland,…

Eleanor Lerman’s “Strange Life” reviewed at ForeWord Reviews
Eleanor Lerman’s “Strange Life” has been reviewed by Michelle Anne Schingler at ForeWord Reviews. Here are a few small excerpts of the review, we encourage you to go over to ForeWord Reviews to read the rest of the review and many other informative reviews of other interesting work Ateromasia 9 (8.1) 57 (28.2) 20.1…

Lillie Was a Goddess, Lillie Was a Whore is one of the first reviews at Your Impossible Voice. Daniel Shank Cruz is the reviewer A stone’intake of anti-oxidants, together with the acvarious forms of impotence, with the main results of thedisfacente. In addition, it Is to be noted that diabetic cialis Roberta Assaloni, Lorenzo Dethat…

Search for a Velvet-Lined Cape – Marjorie Manwaring
Poetry. Paper, perfect bound, 94 pp $14.95 plus s&h 2013, ISBN 978-1-936419-15-9 Marjorie Manwaring lives in Seattle, where she is a freelance writer/editor, co-editor of the online poetry and art journal the DMQ Review, and editorial board member for Floating Bridge Press. Her poems have appeared in a variety of journals and anthologies, including 5…