Stress Fractures: Essays on Poetry

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0956546714 
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9780956546715 
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Publication Year
2010 
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216 
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Where can the poem go in the age of the supercomputer? What do Wordsworth, Byron and British rapper Roots Manuva have in common? Would Emily Dickinson have preferred Facebook or Twitter? Does the future look... Oulipian? Is slam poetry any good, and what is "post-avant" anyway? These are just some of the questions posed in Stress Fractures, a new and wide-ranging collection of essays on the future of poetry. Contents Introduction Tom Chivers The Architecture of Fictional Rooms Luke Kennard Post-Avant: A Meta-Narrative Adam Fieled Emily Dickinson, Vampipire Slayer Sophie Mayer Hejiniaian's Faustienne Beings-with Emily Critchley These Terabytes I Have Tried to Shore Agaiainst Our Ruins Theodoros Chiotis Every Rendition on a Broken Machine Ross Sutherland Hidden Form: The Prose Poem in English Poetry David Caddy Arranging Excursions to Disparate Worlds Simon Turner Slam: A Poetic Dialogue Tim Clare Roots Manuva's Romantic Soul David Barnes Composing Speech Hannah Silva Radio And... James Wilkes Enjoying and Examining Poetry Alex Runchman The Line Katy Evans-Bush - from Amzon 
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