Review of They Become Stars

"Stars, Stardust, Black Holes" by Karren Alenier in The Dresser



Interview with Paul Brookes in The Wombwell Rainbow, September 2020

"My greatest hope is that readers of They Become Stars will be inspired to read more history books and articles that explore the Holocaust and other important events that have influenced how humans currently interact with each other politically, socially, and globally." Read the interview


Interview with Chris Rice Cooper in Backstory of the Poem, March 2020

"There are many connections that readers can make between my poem, 'Vel' d'Hiv Roundup of 7,000 Jews Detained in an Arena' from They Become Stars, and recent events from the US or many other parts of the world. This event (the Vel' d'Hiv roundup during World War II) shows how easily local police, politicians, and citizens can be convinced that innocent men, women, and children deserve to die simply because they are refugees, foreigners, and different. However, we are all humans." Read the interview



Reading of "Elegy for the Orphans in Minsk" for Moon City Review as part of their 2020 reading series:

Slapering Hol Press presents a reading with Julie Danho, Liz Marlow, Rebecca Doverspike:

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