“Lay it on my Heart,” by Angela Pneuman

Reviewed by Emily Hoover Like thick, humid air on a late-summer afternoon in the Deep South, Angela Pneuman’s debut novel, Lay it on my Heart, is heavy. It exists as a commentary on faith, mental illness, and womanhood that’s appropriately served chilled, like glasses of sweet tea I remember from childhood. Darkly humorous and painfully […]

Emily Hoover

Emily Hoover has been writing poetry, fiction, and nonfiction since the age of 6. Although she spent most of her undergraduate career working and publishing in journalism, she ultimately earned a BA in English in 2012. She is pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing from Northern Arizona University (NAU), teaching English, and working on her novel. […]