Once Upon a Neoliberal Rocket Badge

Once Upon a Neoliberal Rocket Badge Poetry I ve heard it said that poetry that uses the phrasal fragment can t have a coherent and strident politics I ve never believed it But if for some reason you have read ONCE UPON A NEOLIBERAL ROC

Poetry I ve heard it said that poetry that uses the phrasal fragment can t have a coherent and strident politics I ve never believed it But if for some reason you have, read ONCE UPON A NEOLIBERAL ROCKET BADGE and be shown the way This collectuon makes the lyric and socialist realist documentary look helpless in the face of neoliberalism If there is, as many want toPoetry I ve heard it said that poetry that uses the phrasal fragment can t have a coherent and strident politics I ve never believed it But if for some reason you have, read ONCE UPON A NEOLIBERAL ROCKET BADGE and be shown the way This collectuon makes the lyric and socialist realist documentary look helpless in the face of neoliberalism If there is, as many want to argue now, a poetry of globalization, Jules Boykoff is writing it and those looking for what poetry might look like post Seattle will find this necessary reading Juliana Spahr Boykoff unleashes a ribald criticality as a bald come on to liberation Liberation shimmies New stuff shakes out Here s a poetic practice boldly moving beyond current centrist expreimental poetries and their obsession with betweening and thereining Bump all that Give us the shake out Give us a hand Rodrigo Toscano.

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Once Upon a Neoliberal Rocket Badge

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  1. In this collection, Boykoff turns the vulgar gaze of non conceptual poetics the practice formerly known as flarf toward the realm of tract peddling, sign carrying, blow up the corner Starbucks politics However, this play is not intended as a satire of leftist positions, but as a means of refining those stances, shedding the dross of propaganda and rigid partisan sloganeering that has dominated the national idea of what makes something political post 9 11, or for Boykoff post WTO riots In this co [...]



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