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Great review of The Brothers Silver in Jewish Currents

There was a great review of The Brothers Silver by Jewish Currents. Here are some excerpts: The Brothers Silver, the newly published first novel by poet and essayist Marc Jampole, meshes the story of an adult’s struggle to survive childhood trauma with

The Chicago Review of Books Loves The Brothers Silver

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From the Chicago Review of Books

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What lies in store for the Silver brothers? Recovery or turmoil?

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A Final Reminder: June 6th Zoom Book Launch Party for “The Brothers Silver”

What lies in store for the Silver brothers? Recovery or turmoil?

In this video, I answer the question, “What is The Brothers Silver about?” For more, link to thebrotherssilver.jampole.com/about-the-book/

Jampole’s deep and intense interest in the possibilities inherent in the use of the English language is evident from the very first page,” says Midwest Book Review about “The Brothers Silver”.

WINNING BY LOSING, LOSING BY WINNING

Coming from a family that prized athletic competition has made me often explore in fiction and poetry the differences and similarities between winning and losing, in sports and in other human endeavors. One notion that has haunted me is winning

Don’t assume the speaker of a poem is the author. often, it’s someone else; sometimes it’s many voices

One of the most central issues in writing anything is voice, at least for me. When beginning a piece, I always ask myself, who do I want to do the talking in this poem or story? Is it a man