Review

Portland Press Herald 10/7/19

Portland poet, 92, writes about climate change, degradation of Earth   by Bob Keyes   Jacqueline Moore compares writing poetry to throwing a clay pot. You put a blob of clay on the potter’s wheel and give it a spin. Sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn’t. “It’s messy work,”

The Cafe Review, 4/15/19

Balancing Act 2: An Anthology of Poems by Fifty Maine Women Review by Dana Wilde   Balancing Act 2: An Anthology of Poems by Fifty Maine Womenedited by Agnes Bushell, Littoral Books, 2018, 160 pages, paperback, $20, ISBN: 978–0–578–41233–7 How Portland, Maine, four decades ago, got to be known by some of

Portland Press Herald 4/21/19

INSERTING FICTIONAL CHARACTERS INTO REAL HISTORY CAN BE TRICKY   By Carolyn Megan   At the opening of Agnes Bushell’s novel “The House on Perry Street,” Lydia, the oldest living matriarch of the Tallis family warns her progeny, “Beware the priest who comes to the door! They bring nothing

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