Response has 75 ratings and 4 reviews: Published October 1st by Sun and Moon Press, 97 pages, Paperback. Response (New American Poetry) [Juliana Spahr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Response is a gathering of five works which together. I also began to wonder how Juliana Spahr would answer some of the poems in your book do not appear to invite a reader to respond in the same way.
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Interview with Juliana Spahr was last modified: Creeping Cedar July 1, Simon rated it liked it Jul 25, Informed by and embodied by—thanks! Tim rated it liked it Nov 30, Jul 12, Elizabeth Metzger rated it julana was ok Shelves: Just for this reason alone I want a more detailed discussion of what might make the poem a failure.
Response by Juliana Spahr
December 9th, soahr Jos Charles. It is about five printed pages long. I did not think that it would play any role in the fight against big oil and deep-water drilling.
Switchback Books December 4, And these were more just forms with histories rather than identity positions. I love the materiality of this, how the return to oil is connected to the image of the refrain, how the return to a minor loss, a small uprising, is a way of saying something about the revolution.
Why choose to foreground legibility when you do?
Is Non-Revolution any non-revolutionary politics? Probably these categories are too cartoonish. In its deliberate play with ideas of lineage it suggests that language writing is the bastard anti-heroic child of the New York school and French post-structuralism.
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And I wanted to talk about these moments as having a party feel, a fun. Alex rated it it was ok Sep 30, But beginning to think about that relationship seems crucial if one takes literature seriously as a part of politics.
I like this move as much as I am bothered by it. He argues, and I am being deliberately reductive here but this is how the book feels to me, for Silliman, Lyn Hejinian, Robert Grenier, Barrett Watten, he is respectful towards Rae Armantrout, Carla Harryman, and Howe more on the grounds of gender than anything else, and skeptical of Charles Bernstein and Bruce Andrews. Connective Reading and Collective Identityand her poetry have shown S Juliana Spahr born is an American poet, critic, and editor.
And what is the problem with any of these acts? It is made available here without charge for personal use only.
Or of course they do. Apr 13, and rated it it was amazing Shelves: Is one cop and one crowd? Video Games December 17, But I would be hesitant to say that without also pointing out how often these anti-colonial literatures can be used for neo-colonial concerns. It’s out of print but you can still get a free PDF at http: Open Preview See a Problem?
Mausoleum July 24, But of course they often have nothing to do with it either. I am always trying to be clear. But I also want to not overestimate their aliveness.