“Leviathan” by Neil Aitken – Review

Posted by Terri on January 24, 2018 in Notes on the Pad, Reviews |

Neil Aitken’s “Leviathan” (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2016) has an intriguing focus. This poetry chapbook is about Charles Babbage, considered by many to be the father of the computer for the work he did with his analytical engine. I bought this book because, as a software developer myself, I found the subject interesting, even though I […]


“Can You Catch My Flow?”

Posted by admin on April 6, 2016 in Notes on the Pad, Reviews |

Lidy Wilks, author of “Can You Catch My Flow?” is celebrating National Poetry Month with a blog tour. For this stop on the tour, I’ll be reviewing her chapbook, and I’d like to thank her for the free PDF copy so I could do this review. I also want to mention her Rafflecopter raffle — […]


“In My Neighborhood” Review

Posted by admin on February 9, 2016 in Reviews |

I’ve updated this review a bit. Giovanna and I grew up together, so I’d been looking forward to this book. I’m very happy to share some thoughts. “In My Neighborhood” is divided into three sections. In the first, Giovanna tells stories of growing up in an Italian neighborhood. The reader is steeped in the sights, […]

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