Utopia Minus

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  • Title: Utopia Minus
  • Author: Susan Briante
  • ISBN: 9781934103
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. I m pretty good at writing poems, really good at quoting them, and even better at reading them seem to have lost my knack for writing about them, though some lines that struck me, stuck with me How does a tree move when it is angryI want to be angry like that Yellow Finches Drop from a Plane Tree In the luminous day by day, the book was just interruption, a record of presence, attention Music rises from the deep lobes of lung Self reflective, palms open I never want to bother anyone with my pres [...]


  2. Simultaneously urban and pastoral, essay like and lyrical, theoretical and deeply felt that is, buoyed by both ardor and skepticism , the poems in this book might best be described as Gaudi like Their architecture is pliant, original, somewhat secret, sturdy enough to withstand not only their own self regard, and accommodating of high traffic visitors who would be readers, and vice versa.



  3. Poetry fashions change so quickly I essentially stopped reading and writing poetry from 2000 to 2011, and I was shocked at how formal invention and conceptualisms had taken over the shelves, leaving plain spoken work to writers whose careers began in the 70s and 80s This book is a bit in between.These days, if formal invention isn t your thing, you need to fill pages with urgent anger e.g Laura Mullen or Claudia Rankine Briante s book is in the plain spoken commentary realm, but holds itself at [...]