Drive by Elaine Sexton

Review by Diane Schenker Full confession before I begin—the basic passions and points of view winding through Elaine Sexton’s new book, Drive, are ones I share. I am a “person of a certain age.” I’m a dog person. I love driving. Driver training in high school was on automatic transmissions so I then had to

The Outlaw Cowgirl, Setting this Anguished World on Fire: Muddying the Holy Waters by Chocolate Waters

Review by Stephanie Dickinson Chocolate Waters, the “unofficial Poet Laurette of Hell’s Kitchen,” has woven together poetry, prose, and photography to create a compelling memoir that commands our interest not only by the poet’s rich personal story, but by her historical perspective. In a prose time capsule we discover the young woman, who will become