RMP authors all over the internet
Jim Goar's The Louisiana Purchase got a lovely recent write-up in The Barn Owl Review in which reviewer Eric Morris writes "The fortunate part, though, is that this new frontier, this new midriff of America, is a pleasure to wander, a pleasant place to be lost in, if only to discover we were never lost at all." Read the whole thing here. And Loren Erdrich & Sierra Nelson's I Take Back the Sponge Cake got not one but two lovely recent write-ups, one in Curbside Splendor in which Joey Pizzolato calls it "an incredible coffee table book—and I mean that in a good way. Guests can read it from beginning to end in minutes; but the book also offers the possibility of a deep, intensive read on par with your favorite novel," and one by Horse Less Press in which Jen Tynes and Megan Burns write the authors a collaborative open letter. You can read both of the reviews in their entirety here and here. Last but not least, Kelcey Parker got interviewed by the Southeast Review and discussed, among other things, her forthcoming Frank Lloyd Wright-focused novella in flash, Liliane's Balcony. You can read the whole thing here.