A couple of Cleveland poets who write poetry toward the speculative direction in the geography of poetry have recently gotten reviews from Diane Severson in Amazing Stories.
Cleveland's haiku master Joshua Gage's new chapbook, Inhuman: Haiku from the Zombie Apocalypse (OR Inhuman: Zombie Haiku in Four Acts) (just out from The Poet’s Haven, as No. 18 in the Poet’s Haven Author Series) was reviewed in the most recent issue. Diane writes:
"This is a volume to enjoy as a brief diversion on a stormy night and
also to pull out each October in preparation for Hallowe’en."
At six dollars for a copy, it's a bargain for any poetry fans with an interest in haiku, or in horror. And it's not too early to start thinking of gifts to give your friends and family for World Zombie day!
And Mary Turzillo's book Lovers and Killers (which has been mentioned here before) also rated a good review from Diane in the April Amazing:
"I really like Mary Turzillo’s writing style. It’s less formal than
many poets in her syntax and word choices, which makes it easy to
read. It’s a book that could be ripped through, it’s so easy to read,
but its many-layered nature benefits from a bit more leisure."