The Acentos Review

May 2011


In this first installment of The Acentos Review May Issue, contributors stretch the boundaries of form.  They brush aside the veil between life and death, challenge the reader/viewer to investigate conceptions of right and wrong, and smooth out the fabric of the familiar and foreign for a thread reading.  The work is risky and wondrous.  Welcome. 

In this second installment of The Acentos Review May 2011, three contributors  offer a brutal tenderness in their depictions of the natural world and the inner landscape of identity.  They draw the reader in with their manipulations of word in the outlying of thunderous imagination and a truth.  Their courage should be lauded and read and lauded again.