Every Monday, Tate Street publishes Three-Sentence Reviews of our favorite books. (To answer your question: Yup, our reviews are all three sentences long!) We read and review old books and new ones, forgotten classics and freshly published debut novels, books of poetry and fiction and creative nonfiction. (Heck, we might even review a recipe book or two!) Basically, we want to share with you our favorite reading experiences and to encourage you to check out all of the diverse and fascinating literary stuff that’s happening out there.
Here are just a few of the books that we’ll be reviewing in April:
- April 6th:
- We’ll be prepping for AWP15. See you there and come meet us if you have a great book you’d like us to consider for reviewing!
- April 13th:
- We’ll be sorting through the great books we got at AWP. Don’t worry! Lots of books are on the horizon.
- April 20th:
About the Author: Gregory Brown
Gregory Brown, Reviews Editor, hails from Vancouver Island, in beautiful British Columbia. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Greensboro MFA program for Fiction and Memorial University of Newfoundland's Master of Arts program in English Literature. He is the recipient of the Roy Daniels Memorial Essay Prize and his fiction and criticism have appeared in Postcript and Paragon.