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Lisa Robertson's Magenta Soul Whip
Language: en
Pages: 104
Authors: Lisa Robertson
Categories: Poetry
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-04-14 - Publisher: Coach House Books

Lisa Robertsons poems both court and cuckold subjectivity by unmasking its fundament of sex and hesitancy, the coil of doubt in its certitude. Reading her laments and utopias, we realize that, in any she and a shes assumption of thinking, language whiplike casts ahead of itself a fortuitous form. The
Lisa Robertson's Magenta Soul Whip
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Lisa Robertson
Categories: Poetry
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher:

Verses, essays, confessions, reports, translations, drafts, treatises, laments and utopias, 1995–2007. Collected by Elisa Sampedrin. Lisa Robertson writes poems that mine the past — its ideas, its personages, its syntax — to construct a lexicon of the future. Her poems both court and cuckold subjectivity by unmasking its fundament of
Testament
Language: en
Pages: 144
Authors: G.C. Waldrep
Categories: Poetry
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-05-18 - Publisher: BOA Editions, Ltd.

In this book-length poem, G.C. Waldrep addresses matters as diverse as Mormonism, cymatics, race, Dolly the cloned sheep, and his own life and faith. Drafted over twelve trance-like days while in residence at Hawthornden Castle, Waldrep responds to such poets as Alice Notley, Lisa Robertson, and Carla Harryman, and tackles
Someone Shot My Book
Language: en
Pages: 194
Authors: Julie Carr
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-02-02 - Publisher: University of Michigan Press

A volume in the Poets on Poetry series, which collects critical works by contemporary poets, gathering together the articles, interviews, and book reviews by which they have articulated the poetics of a new generation.
Surface Tension
Language: en
Pages: 350
Authors: Julie Carr
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-04-23 - Publisher: Deep Vellum Publishing

Taking Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Morris, and Gerard Manley Hopkins as its primary subjects, Surface Tension reveals how these later Victorian poets repeatedly imagine the aesthetic moment—charged, variegated, intensely focused—as capable of birthing a new, and newly redemptive, culture. Turning to contemporary experimental poets and theorists of poetry, such as