Author Archives: Ronnie K. Stephens

About Ronnie K. Stephens

Ronnie K. Stephens is a full-time English teacher and the father of identical twins. His poems often explore vulnerability in its many facets. His first collection, Universe in the Key of Matryoshka, was published by Timber Mouse Publishing in 2014. Individual poems have previously appeared in Rattle, Paper Darts, Weave Magazine, DASH, and PANK, among others. http://www.ronniekstephens.com

Mini-Review – Our Poison Horse, by Derrick C. Brown

51GRDQk9b7L._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_This month, in addition to tackling the 30/30 challenge, I am pushing myself to share reviews of poetry books I recommend each day. All reviews will be shared via Facebook, but a handful will also appear here.

Today’s book quickly became one of my absolute favorite collections, and it’s easily the best work I’ve seen from an already prolific and immensely talented author.

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Mini-Review – Pansy, by Andrea Gibson

download (3)This month, in addition to tackling the 30/30 challenge, I am pushing myself to share reviews of poetry books I recommend each day. All reviews will be shared via Facebook, but a handful will also appear here.

Today’s title was released just a few weeks ago, and I’ve already read it cover to cover three times. Simply incredible.

Pansy by Andrea Gibson | Write Bloody Publishing
 

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Mini-Review – The Feather Room, by Anis Mojgani

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This month, in addition to tackling the 30/30 challenge, I am pushing myself to share reviews of poetry books I recommend each day. All reviews will be shared via Facebook, but a handful will also appear here.

Today’s book is the third full-length collection from Mojgani and, I believe, an excellent display of his absolute genius. Continue reading