Ticker Tape Poetry And Other Things
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📒Ticker Tape Poetry And Other Things ✍ J. M. Butler
✏Ticker Tape Poetry and Other Things Book Summary : This is not your average book about a dog, or a pet, or a relationship between man and beast, or even a “how to” book. This book is about dogs that were regular customers to the grooming shop. Each poem is tailored to a certain pet. Each poem has an introductory paragraph that gives insight as to why the poem was written. All poems, well maybe with one or two exceptions, are funny, but not all poems are about dogs therefore the “and other things” in the title. The book also provides training tips that possible could help the reader.
📒Ticker Tape Poetry And Other Things ✍ J. M. Butler
✏Ticker Tape Poetry And Other Things Book Summary : My collection of poems. Since my poems are meaningless to those who are not animal lovers, I will present before each poem a little information about the subject matter so that my written words will have more meaning for you. So, if you are ready, here is my first poem—or maybe better described as a limerick.
📒Fables And Other Oddities Of The Imagination ✍ Ronald S. Dondiego
✏Fables and Other Oddities of the Imagination Book Summary : One of the most chilling collections of short stories I've read in a long time. It takes you on a journey through the dark regions of the human pysche—a truly unforgettable read.
📒Terry Mancini S Arse And 238 Other Comic Football Poems ✍ Peter Goulding
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📒The Amazing Adventures Of Bob Brown ✍ Craig Saper
✏The Amazing Adventures of Bob Brown Book Summary : Contemporary publishing, e-media, and writing owe much to an unsung hero who worked in the trenches of the culture industry (for pulp magazines, Hollywood films, and advertising) and caroused and collaborated with the avant-garde throughout the first half of the twentieth century. Robert Carlton Brown (1886–1959) turned up in the midst of virtually every significant American literary, artistic, political, and popular or countercultural movement of his time—from Chicago’s Cliff Dweller’s Club to Greenwich Village’s bohemians and the Imagist poets; from the American vanguard expatriate groups in Europe to the Beats. Bob Brown churned out pulp fiction and populist cookbooks, created the first movie tie-ins, and invented a surreal reading machine more than seventy-five years ahead of e-books. He was a real-life Zelig of modern culture. With The Amazing Adventures of Bob Brown, Craig Saper disentangles, for the first time, the many lives and careers of the intriguing figure behind so much of twentieth-century culture. Saper’s lively and engaging yet erudite and subtly experimental style offers a bold new approach to biography that perfectly complements his multidimensional subject. Readers are brought along on a spirited journey with Bob and the Brown clan—Cora (his mother), Rose (his wife), and Bob, a creative team who sometimes went by the name of CoRoBo—through globetrotting, fortune-making and fortune-spending, culture-creating and culture-exploring adventures. Along the way, readers meet many of the most important cultural figures and movements of the era and are witness to the astonishingly prescient vision Brown held of the future of American cultural life in the digital age. Although Brown traveled and lived all around the world, he took Manhattan with him, and his New York City had boroughs around the world.
📒Avant Postes ✍ Caroline Bayard
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📒The Real Thing ✍ Miles Orvell
✏The Real Thing Book Summary : In this classic study of the relationship between technology and culture, Miles Orvell demonstrates that the roots of contemporary popular culture reach back to the Victorian era, when mechanical replications of familiar objects reigned supreme and realism dominated artistic representation. Reacting against this genteel culture of imitation, a number of artists and intellectuals at the turn of the century were inspired by the machine to create more authentic works of art that were themselves "real things." The resulting tension between a culture of imitation and a culture of authenticity, argues Orvell, has become a defining category in our culture. The twenty-fifth anniversary edition includes a new preface by the author, looking back on the late twentieth century and assessing tensions between imitation and authenticity in the context of our digital age. Considering material culture, photography, and literature, the book touches on influential figures such as writers Walt Whitman, Henry James, John Dos Passos, and James Agee; photographers Alfred Stieglitz, Walker Evans, and Margaret Bourke-White; and architect-designers Gustav Stickley and Frank Lloyd Wright.
📒What Poets Are Like ✍ Gary Soto
✏What Poets Are Like Book Summary : Gary Soto is a widely published author of children's and young adult fiction, and he is an acclaimed poet--often referred to as one of the nation's first Chicano poets. With a sharp sense of storytelling and a sly wit, What Poets Are Like is a memoir of the writing life that shares the keen observation, sense of self and humor of such writers as Sherman Alexie and Nora Ephron. In some 60 short episodes, this book captures moments of a writer's inner and public life, close moments with friends and strangers, occasional reminders of a poet's generally low place in the cultural hierarchy; time spent with cats; the curious work of writing. He tells the stories of his time spent in bookstores and recounts the glorious, then tragic, arc of Cody's Bookstore in Berkeley, ending with the author whose scheduled event fell on the day after the business shut down, but who stood outside the locked door and read aloud just the same. As all writers do, Soto suffers the slings and arrows of rejection, often from unnamed Midwest poetry journals, and seeks the solace of a friendly dog at such moments. Soto jabs at the crumbs of reward available to writers--a prize nomination here, a magazine interview there--and notes the toll they take on a frail ego. The pleasure Soto takes in the written word, a dose of comic relief plus his appreciation of the decisive moment in life make this an engaging and readable writer's confession.
📒Meanwhile ✍ B. P. Nichol
✏Meanwhile Book Summary : A thoughtful and provocative 30-year record of Nichol's approaches to textual production.
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