The Rest Is Censored
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|Format: ||Paperback, 108 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 03 January 2017|
"K. Lorraine Graham's The Rest Is Censored also takes a look at the day and what one does to get through it. And it captures concern of not wanting what is expected: 'Wake up in a panic / about real estate / about not wanting it.' It also captures a life lived variously, which includes panic as well as connection to others and beauty. The wide-ranging exploration of a life reminded me that there are so many others (perhaps all poets?) who are trying to figure out how to live, and while they may not arrive at any answers, the journey is well worth it." --Gina Myers, Harriet/Poetry Foundation - "Lay the pieces of languaged life of your, next to one another, they were moved from, they moved, me. If I don't misunderstand you, KLG, you are coding these pieces of languaged, life, as poetry. It is very good poetry. I think, of poets who bring a day, into the poem--Leslie Scalapino, Larry Eigner, Joanne Kyger--Lorraine Graham on a bus in California--and I am given pause, is changing, misunderstanding can, get to, life through, this." --Catherine Wagner - K. Lorraine Graham is the author of Terminal Humming (Edge Books, 2009), My Little Neoliberal Pony (Insert Blanc, 2013), and The Rest Is Censored (Bloof Books, 2017). She lives in Washington, DC. - POETRY
21.59 x 13.97 x 0.66 centimetres (0.15 kg)|
15+ years |