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Lisa Butts
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Lisa Butts is a poet and freelance critic living in Cincinnati, Ohio. She studied Creative Writing at The New School and Sarah-Lawrence College and, in addition to writing for BookBrowse, writes regularly for Publishers Weekly and BookRags, among others.

Books reviewed by Lisa Butts

The Removed (02/03/21)
Memorial Drive (09/16/20)
Fire in Paradise (05/20/20)
Barn 8 (04/22/20)
Beheld (03/18/20)
The Revisioners (01/08/20)
Frankissstein (10/30/19)
Women Talking (04/17/19)
The Wall (03/20/19)
Sugar Run (03/06/19)
The Falconer (02/20/19)
Late in the Day (01/23/19)
Those Who Knew (10/31/18)
His Favorites (10/17/18)
Brother (08/29/18)
The Wrong Heaven (08/15/18)
The Mars Room (06/20/18)
Some Trick (05/30/18)
How to Stop Time (02/07/18)
The Kites (01/03/18)
Five-Carat Soul (10/04/17)
The Ninth Hour (09/20/17)
Hunger (08/02/17)
Golden Hill (07/12/17)
Priestdaddy (06/21/17)
Temporary People (04/05/17)
Hillbilly Elegy (03/22/17)
The Wonder (10/05/16)
Mischling (09/07/16)
Smoke (06/01/16)

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