Witch Wife Reviewed in Five Points

Many thanks to Caroline Crew for her thoughtful review of Witch Wife in Five Points journal, Georgia State University’s literary magazine.

 “There is no moment of  Witch Wife  that slacks— Petrosino revels in the crafting of sculptural cats-cradle like poems: strange and beautiful, morbid and musical,  Witch Wife  confirms Petrosino as both magician and master, and certainly one of America’s most fascinating contemporary poets.”

“There is no moment of Witch Wife that slacks— Petrosino revels in the crafting of sculptural cats-cradle like poems: strange and beautiful, morbid and musical, Witch Wife confirms Petrosino as both magician and master, and certainly one of America’s most fascinating contemporary poets.”