My review for Andrea Gibson's latest exceptional poetry collection, Lord of the Butterflies.
When a couple holds hands its cute, but when they're gay, they're going to hell.
3/5 Review for John Green's bestselling novel, The Fault in Our Stars.
Is technology the only generational gap between a son and his mother?
These three poems are few of the ones I fell in love with while reading them this October.
A fifty-word story of a mother finding her son motionless at the bottom of the stairs.
Heartbreaker (The White Kid) is a poem about how society projects the future onto kids, while also reflective of the social differences that affect us from such a young age.
Melita prepares a warm meal for her husband, but it grows cold before he returns.
The review explores Caroline Smailes' novel, Like Bees to Honey. The magical storytelling gives us an authentic experience of Nina's visit to Malta.
Inside Me (1) and (2) are parallel poems from Welcome to the Sombre Days, portraying a direct contrast between two different periods of my life.