About KLB

Kim Loomis-Bennett is a life-long resident of Washington State, besides a detour into Oregon where she met her husband. Her poems and book reviews have appeared in The November 3rd Club, The Copperfield Review, Poet’s Quarterly, and Hippocampus Magazine. Recent work is included in The Prose-Poem Project and The Far Field. She has served as poetry editor for River and South Review. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Wilkes University. Her work, Soiled Doves: A Poetic Sequence, published in 2011, is available as an ebook.

Why Collage?


noun \kə-ˈläzh, k-, kō-\
: a work of art that is made by attaching pieces of different materials (such as paper, cloth, or wood) to a flat surface
: the art or method of making collages
: a collection of different things

I read a variety of genres and I am giving myself this space to publish book reviews on my own schedule as well as feature my eclectic reading interests. I'm sure there are many "moody" readers like me, and I hope my reviews will point them in the right direction when they are looking for something unexpected or simply a book to fall in love with.

I welcome feedback at kim.loomisbennett@gmail.com

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