Tag: Alice Kaltman

  • WHATEVER FEELS LIKE HOME, a flash fiction collection by Susan Rukeyser, reviewed by Alice Kaltman

    WHATEVER FEELS LIKE HOME, a flash fiction collection by Susan Rukeyser, reviewed by Alice Kaltman

    Susan Rukeyser’s new chapbook may be short in stature, a mere twenty pages, but there is nothing slim about the rich, emotionally resonant prose within. Whatever Feels Like Home reads like a songbook, each of the ten stories, melodic and masterful, ask that age-old query; What truly is home? With Rukeyser at the helm, the…

  • A Review of Alice Kaltman’s DAWG TOWNE by Alexandra Pennington

    A Review of Alice Kaltman’s DAWG TOWNE by Alexandra Pennington

    Alice Kaltman’s novel Dawg Towne features interchangeable narrative perspectives among six members of the tiny suburban Towne who each offer a different glimpse into the rich and complex connections made between man and canine. The central conflict of the novel features a young dognapper; she believes she is a social justice warrior who is saving…