Some Misplaced Joan of Arc reviewed on BASP&PS

Doug Holder reviewed Some Misplaced Joan of Arc for the Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene blog:

Leah Angstman, founder of the local Propaganda Press works as a bartender at an aptly named place for a writer to work in: “Bukowski Tavern,” a bar in Inman Square, Cambridge. She puts out a neat little magazine, Poiesis, and a slew of mini-chapbooks of poetry. Her latest project is a beautiful-looking small chap titled: Some Misplaced Joan of Arc, written by Angstman herself. Now Angstman always has an original take on things, and here is a signature poem that you might want to keep “abreast” of: 
“seventy something percent of women have mismatched breasts” 
perhaps some genes or
parts switched around at birth
and yet
there are no bras mismatched 
dressed in discomfort
with the dilemma of the d
or the c 
flapping like a jaw
inside d
too roomy on the left
chaffing against padding 
or squished into the c
with right nipple perched
across fabric's edge
bunched to the inside
appearing a cyclops breast
fighting for air
squirming to wink 
If I were you I would get this hot little pocket book of poetry and squeeze into your c or d cup.”