Tag Archives: Charlotte Henson

Astronaut #1

-Reviewed by Alana Tomlin- Astronaut brings a brief assortment of poetry and short prose from, the title implies, ‘outer space’. What this actually means is that it is writing brought together in a clean, refreshing way – young writers, and new ideas. As always, being a first issue, it faces the challenge of being noticed…

‘Echoes, Ghosts and Others With Futures Ahead of Them’ by Steve Van Hagen, ‘Orchestra & Chorus’ by J.T. Welsch

-Reviewed by Charlotte Henson- Echoes, Ghosts and Others With Futures Ahead of Them by Steve Van Hagen, and Orchestra & Chorus by J.T. Welsch (both published by Holdfire Press) have unimpressive covers (though the artwork is great) but a better interior design, which is what matters, really. Both average around 30 pages and are priced at a reasonable…