Talk Poetry

ISBN-10: 1881163490
ISBN-13: 9781881163497
Edition: 2007
Authors: Mairead Byrne
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Description: Talk Poetry is 60 blocky prose poems which chop time & shave the lyric "I" with a ham slicer. They sound like you might sound if you were trapped in a book.

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Book details

List price: $10.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Miami University Press
Publication date: 6/30/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 83
Size: 6.00" wide x 6.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.220
Language: English

Talk Poetry is 60 blocky prose poems which chop time & shave the lyric "I" with a ham slicer. They sound like you might sound if you were trapped in a book.

Mair�ad Byrne is the author of poetry collections THE BEST OF (WHAT'S LEFT OF) HEAVEN (Publishing Genius Press, 2010), TALK POETRY (Miami University Press, 2007), SOS Poetry (/ubu Editions, 2007), and Nelson & The Huruburu Bird (Wild Honey Press, 2003); and poetry chapbooks including State House Calendar , An Educated Heart , Vivas , Kalends , and The Pillar . Collaborations with visual artists include Jennifer's Family (photographs by Louisa Marie Summer), Lucky (illustrations by Abigail Lingford), and three books with Irish painters. Mair�ad Byrne is the co-founder, curator and emcee for couscous, a poetry/music/performance series which has been running monthly for five years in Providence, where she is employed as Professor of Poetry + Poetics at Rhode Island School of Design.

America
Baking Soda
Can You Die Of Eating Pancakes
Chiasmus
Circus
City Ritual [superscript #]29
Climbing The Stairs
Degrees
Division Of Labor
Drinking My Poem
Duplicates
Emissary
Family Photos
Figures
Forward Planning
From The Air
Getting To Swansea
Global Hastening
A Hive Of Home
I Am The Conqueror
I Cast My Vote
I Went To The Doctor
I Went To The Gym
We Went To The Moon
In The Woods
Jed Rasula
Life Is Too Easy
Low Visibility Vehicles
Metaphor Recoil
Music
News
Nordic China
On Being A Writer
Parking
Personal Insurance
Poetic Justice
Quick Movie
Revision
Rose-Colored Spectacles
Shingle
Slippage
State Pathologist
That West End Blues Syndrome
The Important Looking Men
The Letter
The New Sponge
The Olden Days
The Pressure
The Russian Week
The Tired Terrorist
The Wind That Shakes The Barley
Third Hand
Three Irish Poets
Traditional Pot
Trapeze Act
Washing My Keys
Watches Are Kinda Like Chips
We Had A Laugh
What Is A Cell Phone?
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