Daily Archives: May 30, 2019


“In my version, I’ll include how it feels to be eaten”: A Review of Sarah Sousa’s See the Wolf

Sarah Sousa’s See the Wolf (CavanKerry, 2018) is a collection of familiar cautionary tales around the metonymic “Big Bad Wolf.” The poems achingly read like a cold admission of female obedience—a more honest and accurate portrayal of a woman who smiles politely from scar to scar, pays attention to social […]