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Elizabeth Adams

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Elizabeth (Beth) Adams is a writer, publisher, editor, and graphic designer. She is the founder of Phoenicia Publishing, a small independent press, and the former co-managing editor of qarrtsiluni online literary magazine. In 2017 she illustrated Dave Bonta's Ice Mountain: An Elegy; Annunciation (Phoenicia, 2015) is an anthology which she edited, designed, and illustrated with original relief prints. She is the author of Going to Heaven, (Soft Skull Press, Brooklyn, 2006) the story of Bishop Gene Robinson and the debate over ordinations of gays and lesbians; numerous essays on religion and spirtuality; and the editor of numerous books. She has been writing a blog, The Cassandra Pages, since March, 2003. Beth grew up in the rural northeaster ...more

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Spring has come to Montreal very slowly this year, which I like -- it gives us time to adjust from our Canadian deep freeze, and to really enjoy the incremental changes each day brings. While friends further south were posting pictures of cherry blossoms and daffodils, we were still looking at snow...so it was lovely to have a florist call us and say there was a delivery. A frien

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"Do you find it annoying when sentences go on and on and on and never seem to end and you feel like you are caught in the never-ending story because of how long they are and you just want to come up for air, you just beg for that tiny dot, that period" Read more of this review »
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"This poetry collection by Marly Youmans is simply one of the most beautiful and haunting book I have read in a long time. Both a narrative collection and a series of loosely related "shards" as the author calls them, it is an initiatory travel on the" Read more of this review »
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Lydia Davis
“We know we are very special,” Davis writes in “Special”: “Yet we keep trying to find out in what way: not this way, not that way, then what way?” (from James Wood's review of the FSG "Collected Stories of Lydia Davis")”
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“Sorrel soup:
"You cut the egg into slices, and you eat it with the green soup. And the mixture of the sharp green acidity and the round comfort of the egg reminds you of something extraordinary and far away.
Of home?
Certainly not, not even for Poles.
Of what then?
...Of survival, perhaps.”
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