narrative

Way/s of Staying Present: 3 Brief Poems from Michael Hettich’s The Animals Beyond Us

by Jorge Rodriguez-Miralles Poetry and Poetics
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Hettich’s is a poetics of external and internal metamorphosis and regeneration.

Review: Contrapuntal by Christopher Kondrich

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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Contrapuntal is not a book about diametrics, bipolarity, or extremes, but rather a sonic and sonorous exploration of the way music, sound, time, and relationships exist throughout the body, mind, and self.

The Ecstatic Tragedy of Reality TV: Interview with Kate Durbin on E!

by Lisa A. Flowers Reviews & Interviews
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The echoes of her pain are still reverberating, like a mechanical baby doll, crying forever: a baby, our baby, who can never be soothed.

At National Tool

by Joe Weil Society
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Ideas are never as important as appearances and narratives. The groove of the story can outlast any series of good ideas, and no idea stands a chance unless it can find a groove.

Robert Duncan’s The H.D. Book

by Levi Rubeck Reviews & Interviews
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The book is essentially a record of Duncan’s two-step with poetry

The Narratology of LOST: Loops and Privileged Positions

by Brian Chappell Fiction
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LOST generates the final thrust of its narrative through even more privileged positions.