“A Sense of Speech,” (essay) Rain Taxi Review of Books, Spring 1997

“Sanchez’s haiku is as simple and clear as breathing, but with everything that brings energy and vivacity to being alive.” - Rain Taxi Review of Books

by S. Clayton MooreOriginally published in Rain Taxi Review of Books, Vol. 8 No.1, Spring 2003

Rain Taxi Review of Books, a winner of Utne Reader’s Independent Press Award for Best Arts & Literature Coverage, is a quarterly publication that publishes reviews of literary fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and comics, with an emphasis on works that push the boundaries of language, narrative, and genre. Essays, interviews, and in-depth reviews reflect Rain Taxi’s commitment to innovative publishing. Rain Taxi also publishes two series, and hosts a wide range of in the Twin Cities, including the annual Twin Cities Book Festival in October. Rain Taxi’s editorial and design staff will be at The Cedar, helping to craft Firecracker into the bang-up creation it’s destined to be!


, two books by Curtis White, Rain Taxi Review of Books, Fall 1998

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Firecracker is intended to bridge Minnesota’s outstanding literary and music communities, as well as to foster emerging and established artistic talent. The project, organized by the award-winning Rain Taxi Review of Books, will be based out of The Cedar. Any time between the start of the event at noon until approximately 6pm, writers of all experience levels can swing by and work with veteran editors from top-notch literary organizations to develop fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, or comic art. The writing will be truly spontaneous: all entries will be based around a theme, announced at noon that day. Although contributors will have the most to gain by showing up during the collaborative six-hour workshop at The Cedar, writers from across Minnesota will be able to make submissions to the journal electronically and editors will respond in real time with edit memos.