Books to Review

The following are available to review or for other forms of coverage. We cover books that aren’t on our list, so reach out to Jeff Chon if you’re interested in reviewing books, interviewing authors, or helming another type of project. We only publish interviews and reviews online. We encourage 1000 words per book review. There are no word count restrictions for interviews or general criticism, however. Craft essays are welcome. Click on the links to learn more:


The Smoke Is Me, Burning by C A Blintzio

Deer Season by Erin Flanagan

She Was Found in a Guitar Case by David James Keaton

Siege of Comedians by Susan Daitch

You’ll Be Fine by Jen Michalski

You’re Pretty Gay by Drew Pisarra

Vanishing Monuments by John Elizabeth Stintzi

Butter Honey Pig Bread by Francesca Ekwuyasi

Now You Know It All by Joanna Pearson

Shapeshifting by Michelle Ross

The Door Behind a Door by Yelena Moskovich

Residue by MM/DD/2020

The Swank Hotel by Lucy Corin

Spirits of the Ordinary by Kathleen Alcalá

Thick Skin by N/A Oparah

A Room in Dodge City, Vol. 2: The Blut Branson Era by David Leo Rice

If or When I Call by Will Johnson


Lifting Myself by My Own Toes by BD Feil

On the Mesa: An Anthology of Bolinas Writing (50th Anniversary Edition), Edited by Ben Estes & Joel Weishaus

Baltimore Sons by Dean Bartoli Smith

The Smallest of Bones by Holly Lynn Walrath

We Are Invited to Climb by Andrew Yoon

Book of Levitations by Jenny Sadre-Orafai & Anne Champion

The Forgotten World by Nick Courtright

There Is No Good Time for Bad News by Aruni Kashyap

Upper Volta by Yonka González (Translated by Stephen Rosenshein)

Wave Says by K.M. English

In the Night Field by Cameron McGill

The Saint I Ain’t: Stories from Sycamore Street by Bobby Johnston

FIDELITORIA: Fixed or Fluxed by Candice Wuehle

Late Human by Jean Day

The Supposed Huntsman by Katie Fowley


Final Fantasy VI by Sebastian Deken

The Angle of Flickering Light by Gina Troisi

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask by Gabe Durham

We are actively looking for people willing to write for Heavy Feather. Reviewers receive hard copies of the book if available, unless the publisher only provides electronic access. Likewise, if you are interested in coverage for your published book, please send an advance reader copy or finished copy to:

Jason Teal
c/o Heavy Feather Review
931 Leavenworth St Apt 1
Manhattan KS 66502