An artful variation of essay forms and poetic language mark this artfully written collection.
Tag: Brian Watson
REVIEW: The Fact of Memory: 114 Ruminations and Fabrications by Aaron Angello
Each of the words in Shakespeare’s Sonnet 29 becomes a prompt for the entries in this collection of short prose pieces.
REVIEW: Another Appalachia: Coming Up Queer and Indian in a Mountain Place by Neema Avashia
The beautifully written memoir deftly expands both our knowledge of the writer and our own humanity.
REVIEW: Affliction: Growing Up with a Closeted Gay Dad by Laura Hall
This memoir of a closeted gay father shows that the closet has collateral victims in unsuspecting spouses and confused children
WRITING LIFE: An Unlikely Motivation by Brian Watson
There is always more I can do as a writer to be what my readers will hope for.
REVIEW: Special Topics in Being A Human: A Queer and Tender Guide to Things I’ve Learned the Hard Way… by S. Bear Bergman
The book’s “special topics” are the ways that we interact with, empathize with, and support our fellow humans that make for a better life.