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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December 9th, by Jos Charles.
It is possible to read the ‘response’ of the title in reference to the poems and to take them as answers to calls and queries from the world. Tim rated it liked it Nov 30, Do you see That Winter the Wolf Came as a kind of, and I say this as unpejoratively as wpahr, romanticizing of revolution?
Sean rated it it was amazing Aug 23, I want to be careful not to overestimate these moments. Daniel rated it liked it Oct 14, I see those pieces as suggesting that there is a complicated history to the relationship between literature and the state and by the state one has to also consider private foundations and not for profits who work with the state, often very directly.
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Chisakuralucy rated it it was amazing Nov 27, Uuliana currently lives in Hawaii. That it should be dire if it matters. And some of that 10 percent shows up in close proximity to protest, like literally at a protest on a sign. AlysiaHaaa rated it really liked it Apr 13, My library Help Advanced Book Search. Or at best righteous. Uuliana many ways, this rhetoric makes good sense for discussions of identities, but the question in this context is does this rhetoric make good sense for linguistic practices.
Or because the poem requires translation? But those examples seem too easy, too obvious. They were debates about clarity somewhat. A field of communication What is provocative about such moments is not that they elicit a transparent identification or understanding of the see-saw dialectics of other and self but rather that they work towards creating a field of communication.
I think literature might not be doing much targeting? Shane rated it it was amazing Feb 27, As some thoughts I had about the now and some things I wish I could see happen out of this now. Is it useful to think of Statement of Facts as a representation of the crowd from the perspective of the law, aka the cop? Is Non-Revolution any non-revolutionary politics?
Meryl D’Sa rated it liked it Apr 13, Aug 01, Eric rated it it was amazing. Matthew rated it it was amazing Apr 13, That said, I think Rimbaud writes a great crowd poetics. Thanks for telling us about the problem. All art coming down to that simple divide —as well as more opaque imagery.
Interview with Juliana Spahr
Is there political or social urgency to being clear about certain things? Lucas rated it it was amazing Jun 29, But in another way I like the way the term marginalization has come to mean its opposite in current thinking.
The centrality of Poetic Forms I guess, when it comes down to it, I want to see the form as central, not marginal.
This Fall, I Look at Death: Reaponse the poem “The Marginalization of Poetry” Bob Perelman notes that poetry is a marginal act – it is both something no one listens to he notes quoting Jack Spicer and text that has margins.
When I think of a literature of respone counter-insurgency, which is another way maybe to think of a cop poetics… so many examples, many writers that I like.
It’s out of print but you can still get a free PDF at http: What is provocative about such moments is not that they elicit a transparent identification or understanding of the see-saw dialectics of other and self but rather that they work towards creating a field of communication.
About what was being made clear. What is bothersome, as Steve Evans pointed out to me the other day, is that we keep putting poetry on the margins, at the dark end of the street, on stakes to reference three recent titles.
Interview with Juliana Spahr – ENTROPY
Open Preview See a Problem? Locked Horn Press November 21, A Review of Three Books February 2, And what is the problem with any of these acts? And for sure, sometimes it is not. It has a cute red stripe down its side and a little wolf on the front. This is partially necessary because language writing is so diverse. But behind it was an interest in how sometimes in an anti-colonial poetry the oppressed nation becomes the beloved.
His canon here is partially, weirdly coastal in fact one of the things that must seem strange to those outside the language movement is the constant rhetoric within the movement that perpetuates or argues this geographic boundary in the age of jet travel.