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& more black Epub ã 104 pages Download ✓ t’ai freedom ford’s second collection of poems black is direct ingenious vibrant alive ueer BLACK By turns tough and sexy wrapped up in the evolving language and sonics of life these poems take their cue from Wanda Coleman’s American Sonnets as they rhapsodize and dialogue with artistT’ai freedom ford’s second collection of poems black is direct ingenious vibrant alive ueer BLACK By turns tough and sexy wrapped up in the evolving language and sonics of life these I reviewed this book for RHINO Poetry here's the start black the second full length collection by t’ai freedom ford demands both thought and action A book doubled such that it can be flipped over and read in either direction it features two front covers tables of contents and sets of acknowledgements The construction disconcerts and with it ford issues a wry challenge Readers must decide where to begin and then commit Further because it “ends” in the middle reuiring the reader start over the text loops like an infinity symbol suggesting the argument of black does not conclude; it begins again The book describes itself in one “about the author” section as a collection of “Black ass sonnets” The poems are rebellious outspoken and take no shit They investigate Black art Black bodies Black sexuality and Black language unapologetically and with a capital B “Take no shit” also deserves capitalization—ford’s poems explode with truth and music celebrating Blackness while eviscerating cultures that feed on Black suffering

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Poems take their cue from Wanda Coleman’s American Sonnets as they rhapsodize and dialogue with artists such as Carrie Mae Weems Glenn Ligon and Wangechi Mutu along with many other mu There is beauty in the rhythms Ford creates

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& more blackSicians artists and writers The kinetic energy of ford’s words leap off the page in rebellious stunning and revelatory fashion poems that mesmerize with sheer velocity and telling paus But the last poem ain't was fantastic