RAIN TAXI REVIEW OF BOOKS

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Gerald Nicosia

Nicosia’s Beat Scrapbook provides powerful poetic portraits of a wide range of Beats, many of them touchstones for both a social and literary revolution. Read on.

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Native Nations Poetry

When the Light of the World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through is a brilliant anthology of 161 poets from more than ninety Native Nations, edited by U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo and a stellar cast of supporting editors, dispells the myth of a vanishing indigenous race. Read on.

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A Certain Hunger

The food critic-turned-murderer of Chelsea G. Summers's A Certain Hunger—a Hannibal Lecter for our time—subverts the cannibal killer narrative with a feminist, 21st-century twist. Read on.