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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 12, 2013
And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why I love the small presses. What a treat to dive into this anthology that is so rich with diversity of style, depth and detail. The beauty of an anthology like Writing That Risks, is you know that every piece is honest and daring, without concern for its best-seller potential. This book is the real deal, and the writing is often raw, sometimes tender, and always on the edge.
I read this in bits and pieces, according to my mood of the moment - take a few minutes to skip from poem to poem, or immerse yourself in the bizarre and touching worlds of the longer pieces (my favorites so far are It Happened to Paul Sescau and Minnow). All in all, Writing That Risks is well worth a read. Enjoy the journey - whatever way you decide to take it.
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