Poet Jim Daniels continues fruitfully mining memories of his youth in a blue-collar town

Poet Jim Daniels continues fruitfully mining memories of his youth in a blue-collar town

The formula feels fresh even as he mines memory in the face of aging family and the city’s changing landscape

Maggie Nelson, Across Categories

We check in with the poet, critic and memoirist

Lauded poet Robert Gibb scores with his new collection

The poems in After succeed in their symmetry

A longtime local English professor publishes his first novel

Daniel Lowe’s All That’s Left to Tell explores the nature of storytelling itself

Two local artists offer books with contrasting takes on the everyday

Reviews of John Peña’s Daily Geology and Christiane Dolores’ Tea With Dolores

Poet Jennifer Jackson Berry’s The Feeder is a strong collection

She writes in a voice powerful and genuine

Reviews of the first 50 pages of works by local authors

Novels by John Soltez, J.M. Graham and Anita Kulina

A poet digs into the everyday

Marilyn Marsh Noll embraces rich imagery and straightforward language

The Pittsburgh stories of canonical novelist Willa Cather

“Pittsburgh was the birthplace of my writing.”

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