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Assaracus Issue 01: A Journal of Gay Poetry #2020

Assaracus Issue 01: A Journal of Gay Poetry By Bryan Borland Assaracus Issue A Journal of Gay Poetry Magazine Poetry LGBT Studies ASSARACUS is a quarterly journal of gay poetry features a substantial collection of work by ten gay poets ISSUE features poetry by Shane Allison Jay Burodny Gavin Di
  • Title: Assaracus Issue 01: A Journal of Gay Poetry
  • Author: Bryan Borland
  • ISBN: 9780983293132
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • Assaracus Issue 01: A Journal of Gay Poetry By Bryan Borland Magazine Poetry LGBT Studies ASSARACUS is a quarterly journal of gay poetry, features a substantial collection of work by ten gay poets ISSUE 01 features poetry by Shane Allison, Jay Burodny, Gavin Dillard, Christopher Hennessy, Matthew Hittinger, James Kangas, Raymond Luczak, Frank J Miles, Stephen Mills, and Eric Norris Edited by poet Bryan Borland, author of the AmMagazine Poetry LGBT Studies ASSARACUS is a quarterly journal of gay poetry, features a substantial collection of work by ten gay poets ISSUE 01 features poetry by Shane Allison, Jay Burodny, Gavin Dillard, Christopher Hennessy, Matthew Hittinger, James Kangas, Raymond Luczak, Frank J Miles, Stephen Mills, and Eric Norris Edited by poet Bryan Borland, author of the American Library Association honored My Life as Adam.
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    1. A Brave New World Sibling Rivalry PressBryan Borland, a gifted port and judge of fine poetry, has created a small publishing house called Sibling Rivalry Press and for its first years in existence it is proving to be a very fine, classy leader in ferreting out excellent writers to publish The current publication is Issue No 1 of ASSARACUS A JOURNAL OF GAY POETRY and contains a generous sampling of the poems by Shane Allison, Jay Burodny, Gavin Dillard, Christopher Hennessy, Matthew Hittinger, Ja [...]


    2. A wide range of writing styles, and if many of the poems seem to be about similar topics, they are topics I want to read about, from unique perspectives The poems of a couple of the poets were opaque to me, but they also make me want to read the issue again, as do the poems that were immediately understandable I m not exactly sure what Jay Burodyny was writing about, for example, but the language is so lovely and the images so vivid that his poems are worth the effort.I particularly loved Raymo [...]


    3. A lot of camp, which is good in itself, but terrible if used to cover the lack of poetic dexterity While I understand the impulse and necessity of cramming all the minute details of that sudden encounter or that sting of unrequited LOVE or DESIRE , or insert a gamut of pop references, the challenge is to create poetic discourse linguistic and ideological, at the very least Something that not a lot of poets in this collection have in mind The problem is, it is so easy for an anthology to turn int [...]


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