“Redemption,” by Lee Passarella

Reviewed by Shaun Turner Lee Passarella’s collection of poems, Redemption, focuses on quiet revelations—frost-bent daffodil in mid-March, mother dog nursing hungry pups, box kite adrift over the ocean. Passarella chooses these images, both bare and beautiful, to show us moments of revelation. His poems take us on a journey of perception, deepened by surprising metaphors, […]

Shaun Turner

Shaun Turner writes in West Virginia, where he is the Assistant Fiction Editor for the Cheat River Review. His fiction can or will be found in Cleaver Magazine; Word Riot;  JONATHAN; and A Clean, Well-Lighted Place, among others.