Tag Archives: Laura Madeline Wiseman

Book Review: Threnody, by Laura Madeline Wiseman

  Porkbelly Press, 2014 23 pages, $7 Review by Shinjini Bhattacharjee   The hallmark of a good piece of literature, especially poetry, is to exist by hiding its laws and code of conduct from its readers.  These laws and rules, … Continue reading

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Book Review: American Galactic By Laura Madeline Wiseman

Click above to purchase Paperback: 96 pages Publisher: Martian Lit (May 19, 2014)   Review by Aneesha Roy   “I do what any normal type person might do. I take the limp hands and pull the Martians inside.”                              Laura … Continue reading

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Terpischore’s Atrium with Laura Madeline Wiseman

Welcome to Terspischore’s Atrium, where the Hermeneutic Chaos editors find delight in the elfin task of  confronting their contributing authors with some really tough questions. Today Shinjini Bhattacharjee will interview Laura Madeline Wiseman, whose five fantastic prose poems appeared in our Issue … Continue reading

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