The Goose Review admires Apologetic by Carla Funk

The Goose Review's Travis V. Mason discusses Apologetic (Turnstone) by Carla Funk and Outskirts (Brick) by Sue Goyette in the 2012 Issue 10. He highlights the poems of the collection that expore "the groundedness to be found in marriage (or companionship)." He writes, "A trio of poems—'Ars Domestica,' 'Night of the Mead Moon,' and 'Reading in Bed'—occur midway through Apologetic and render moments of domestic companionship as honestly as such moments can be rendered in verse." To read the full review, click here click here and scroll to page 116.

The Goose Review's Travis V. Mason discusses Apologetic (Turnstone) by Carla Funk and Outskirts (Brick) by Sue Goyette in the 2012 Issue 10. He highlights the poems of the collection that expore "the groundedness to be found in marriage (or companionship)." He writes, "A trio of poems—'Ars Domestica,' 'Night of the Mead Moon,' and 'Reading in Bed'—occur midway through Apologetic and render moments of domestic companionship as honestly as such moments can be rendered in verse." To read the full review, click here click here and scroll to page 116.