Pause Button Funny powerful rip cuts along society s seams Davies has all the tools to make the work work This is one writer who is in complete control He knows where he s going and drags the reader along for a w

  • Title: Pause Button
  • Author: Kevin Davies
  • ISBN: 9780921331100
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • Funny, powerful rip cuts along society s seams Davies has all the tools to make the work work This is one writer who is in complete control He knows where he s going and drags the reader along for a wild ride, all the while making it look easy This is a poet to watch, as he tears down common linguistic phenomena and rebuilds them as text Kevin Davies lives and teachesFunny, powerful rip cuts along society s seams Davies has all the tools to make the work work This is one writer who is in complete control He knows where he s going and drags the reader along for a wild ride, all the while making it look easy This is a poet to watch, as he tears down common linguistic phenomena and rebuilds them as text Kevin Davies lives and teaches in Brooklyn, New York.

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      Published :2018-08-23T15:44:26+00:00

    One thought on “Pause Button”

    1. this book is an encyclopedia of indexes. davies is a genius. his mind seems like a switchboard. feels like a reading a contemporary american version of the Aeolus episode in Ulysses, the machines are operating faster now, getting more and more absurd, scattered headlines and strange snippets of american life "to be loved in the 8th grade" "out of order signs won't work/ somebody will piss in it anyways" "get me the remote control device, dammit" all tied together with grace "but the alphabet it [...]

    2. The first thing that hit me about this book was how masterful Davies is at adding/subtracting text. While there's plenty of books out there with "erasures" (which usually inject air into a heavier text), this book has "deletions." Like the text was shot thru. The lack of [something] actually weighs the text down - a device certainly adding to the book's complexity/complicity. Reading it was like thinking about how I feel in airports (I hate HATE airports). It's me against the airport, against go [...]

    3. some of the smartest poetry out there_pause button_is pummeled with starts and fits, but it's beautifully graceful and poignant.

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