University of Southern Indiana




Anthony Rintala, poet and master eclectrician, spent many years on the hard streets of the American South. He did not live there, he just spent his youth walking down them toward the library or any of a series of comic book spinner racks. The streets weren't all that hard, after all; the asphalt went gooey after the sun shocked and cracked the surface like a crème brûlée. Rintala walked alongside these gooey streets of the American South, reading something, complaining, and thinking about snazzy desserts. That’s how he became a poet. 

Book Reviews

Hannah Gamble's Your Invitation to a Modest Breakfast

Ryan Teitman’s Litany for the City

Amy Pence’s Armor, Amour

Matthew Rohrer’s Destroyer and Preserver

Atsuro Riley's Romey's Order

Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Volume III—Century: 1969

Michael Meyerhofer's Damnatio Memoriae

Lynnell Edwards' Covet

Mike Carson’s The Keeper’s Voice

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