MacroMicroCosm Reviews Quill of the Dove by Ian Thomas Shaw. A raw & pristinely crafted political thriller based in the Middle East.

MacroMicroCosm Reviews Amity by Nasreen Pejvack published by Inanna. A guttural and necessary call to compassion for war torn refugees worldwide. 

MacroMicroCosm Reviews The Freeze-Frame Revolution by Peter Watts, published by Tachyon. Sapience & self-determination in a fantastic read. 

MacroMicroCosm reviews Leaper: Down to Earth by Adam Kveton. Imaginative & promising, but poorly paced sci-fi self-published wonder.

MacroMicroCosm reviews Several short sentences about writing, by Verlyn Klinkenborg, published by Vintage Books

The alpha and omega of books about writing. 

MacroMicroCosm Reviews The Age of Bowie by Paul Morley. A well crafted tome dedicated to a man’s place in history, built by the scraps of words left behind and tangential meetings woven into British and international culture.

MacroMicroCosm ReviewsWhat the Mouth Wants by Monica Meneghetti published by Dagger Editions. Here is an author who waited. Who held back until the moment of critical mass before she pressed 'send' on the query for publication. She waited until she had gravity on her side.


MacroMicroCosm reviews The Order of Time by Carlo Rovelli.

Disclaimer: The Order of Time was purchased on the Kindle Store (Not Sponsored). Our review is unbiased and a matter of personal opinions.


On this first edition of Friday Writes!, Canadian speculative fiction author & poet Sapha Burnell talks about inspiration, and the folly of the 'purely original' idea in a world shaped by ancient things. 


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MacroMicroCosm Reviews: 

A Theory of Expanded Love by Caitlin Hicks

Published by Light Messages


A near perfect novel of Annie growing up Catholic in 1963's California. Rebel & blossom with a true hero of female resilience & love. 

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