George Wallace’s One Hundred Years Among the Daisies, Reviewed by David E. Poston

George Wallace One Hundred Years Among the Daisies Stubborn Mule Press Reviewer: David E. Poston One Hundred Years Among the Daisies is a 138-page incantation. I read much of it aloud, pulled along by its “voluptuous doxologies,” by the sheer hypnotism of the phrases and endless sweep of the lines. Alternately consoling and challenging, lyrical […]

George Wallace’s A Simple Blues with a Few Intangibles, Reviewed by Lee Rossi

George Wallace A Simple Blues with a Few Intangibles Foothill Publishing Reviewer: Lee Rossi For nearly thirty years, George Wallace has been a mainstay of the New York / Long Island poetry scene. Performer, publisher, and literary activist, he carries on the tradition of Whitman and the Beats, striving heroically to counter the culture’s neglect […]

Richard Broderick’s Jesus of Walmart,
Reviewed by George Wallace

Richard Broderick Jesus of Walmart New York Quarterly Books ISBN: 978-1-63045-019-9 Reviewer: George Wallace   One might wonder, given a title like Jesus of Walmart, what kind of admixture of commentary poet Richard Broderick is going to offer concerning the presence of the sacred and the profane in contemporary American society. What immediately comes to […]