Free read Museum of Accidents ò PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB

Free read Museum of Accidents

Free read Museum of Accidents ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Rachel Zucker may be Generation X's likeliest heir to the confessional legacy of Sylvia Plath Louise Glück and Sharon Olds— The BelieverRending the terrorizing forces of modern existence from abstraction and placing them directly in our laps Museum of AccidentsBstraction and placing them directly in our laps Museum of Accidents is a brutally honest epic of domestic proportionsRachel Zucker is the author of three collections of poetry and co editor of. Long form poetry a rarity in itself these days but well written too Playful serious motherly exasperated contemplative shocked a full range of emotions engaged in uotidian historical political and cultural issues Traditional poetic forms eschewed here but not exchanged for hermetic avant gardism thoughtful engaging and accessible poetry Well a warning about accessible readers uncomfortable with anything challenging than the um oeuvre of Rod McKuen should avoid this

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Rachel Zucker may be Generation X's likeliest heir to the confessional legacy of Sylvia Plath Louise Glück and Sharon Olds The BelieverRending the terrorizing forces of modern existence from a. I guess you could file this under neurotic hipster mom language poetry Zucker's voice has undeniable force and some of these poems are vivid in their emotional violence and disjointed verse A lot of it however feels confessional in the worst sense of the word rote self absorbed hysterical and lyrically sloppy The author's high strung personality becomes numbing after a while; it's like being verbally assaulted at top speed for an hour straight

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Museum of AccidentsWomen Poets on Mentorship Efforts and Affections A graduate of the Iowa Writer's Workshop she currently lives in New York City with her husband and three sons where she is a certified labor doul. I did not make it through this collection The poems were so poorly written it made my eyes ache After I read Zucker's poem about Spalding Gray the horribly named When All Hands Were Called to Make a Sail I wanted to throw the book on the ground and walk out of the room Because it was a library book I obviously had to restrain myself Seriously though this was some sucktastic poetry I feel like I need to re read Figure Studies to cleanse my palette