With its frequent themes of molestation and violence, The Temple She Became is not an easy book to read, but it is a beautiful book, a book that is deeply and disturbingly moving.
B O D Y is proud to present our nominees for the 2017 Best of the Net Anthology for Poetry, Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction.
O'Driscoll's analytic approach to reality, which shaped his poetry, partly comes from his life-long fondness for Eastern European writers.
Burt’s new book is an intriguing hybrid – anthology, introduction, and critical study all at once.
Try to ask even a very well-read English-speaking literary type to name a Slovak writer and you will likely be met with a blank stare. "Well, Milan Kundera was from Czechoslovakia . . . does that count?"
O’Reilly’s intriguingly obscure poems offer peeks into the unspoken and wilfully ignored aspects of being.
The most powerful poems in McCabe’s belated debut are arguably those that subtly twist traditional form and subject matter.
Zinik’s latest novel combines Cold War-era journalism with a dash of the Russian mystical-fantastical.
The Figure of a Man Being Swallowed by a Fish shows a range of forms, modes, and concerns. These poems make profundity exciting.