web review:

As a place of assembly, a public hub of conversation, the Agora Review is aptly named and is full of online reviews, essays, and interviews concerning works of fiction, poetry and visual art. Most recently, you can find a review of Kate Eichorn’s book of poetry Fond, an interview with David Fiore about his new book Chimera Lucida and a review of Soft Where by Marcus McCann. Not only can you read the reviews and essays posted on Agora, you can also respond to them, making the site an interactive assemblage of criticism and discussion. The Agora also publishes printed one sides, broadsheets and chapbooks. (Brooke Ford)