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Free read º Heed the Hollow: Poems Ë PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó Heed the Hollow introduces the work of Malcolm Tari whose poems explore the concept of “the bottom” across blackness sexuality and the American South These lyrics of ueer desire meet the voices of enslaved ancesAt shadow the voices in these poems make their own brightness reclaiming their histories from a language that evolved to exclude them With an introduction by Chris Abani Heed the Hollow exults in the spiritual and the physical in its blackness and eroticism and in the beauty of touch and musi. Poetry is not supposed to be political but my favorite pieces in here are They are the ones that wake me up and remind me of who I am a white straight woman Cento in Which a Narrative Precedes a Lyric is a prime example Long and large it hits you on the back of the head with a two by four I would probably never hesitate to steal from a slave narrative to make something beautiful But Tari answers This is a matter of ethics It is a matter of unmaking meaning Amen poetry is not and never should be in the business of theft

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Heed the Hollow introduces the work of Malcolm Tari whose poems explore the concept of “the bottom” across blackness sexuality and the American South These lyrics of ueer desire meet the voices of enslaved ancestors to reckon with a lineage of trauma that manifests as silence pain and hau. 3 starsThis felt like it should have been two different collections but there were definitely some high notes especially regarding the historical details Tari brings into his poems I'll be looking out for further work from Tari in the future

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Heed the Hollow PoemsNting memories but also as want and love In bops lyrics and erasures Heed the Hollow tells of a heritage anchored to the landscape of the coastal South to seawalls shaped by forced labor and to the people “marked into the bottom of history where then now we find no shadow of life” From th. 35 damn Goodreads and their all or none star policy but I uibble How do I as a old straight white male review this book of poetry By typing it out in the little box on Goodreads The juxtaposition of black history and being a homosexual bottom was intriguing and an interesting read My main complaint was that the bottom part won out over the history part often than not I was left feeling like the conflict between the two was still largely unexplored The poems were about one or the other but not so much about the obvious conflicts with slavery and sexual submission race and sexual submission male attitudes and sexual submission and even in how we use the flesh of other people for our own pleasureThe Tabby poem was superb and was the one piece where I felt like things were subtly tied together but the poem itself while metaphorically brilliant left the sexual side or less untouched I guess my rating is out of disappointment than anything else there seemed to be so much conflict that was left unexplored