“Swimming Between Worlds,” by Elaine Neil Orr

Reviewed by Kathleen Thompson Elaine Neil Orr’s novel, Swimming Between Worlds, can be judged by its cover. The time is January 1958. This cover depicts a large swimming pool, so crowded with swimmers, in the water or sunning on the sides, that one might surmise it a special day—maybe the last day before school starts […]

Kathleen Thompson

Kathleen Thompson holds a BS from the University of Alabama and an MFA in Fiction Writing from Spalding University. While her short stories and essays have been published in various places singly, she has four published books of poetry. (An avowed genre slut, she also has two novels and  two collections of short stories in […]