Those Ox-Heart Tomatoes single work   poetry   "I told my son to clear the table, 'Jumbo,' I said,"
  • Author: Michael Brennan http://www.poetrylibrary.edu.au/poets/brennan-michael
Issue Details: First known date: 2004 2004
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    y Heat And So Forth no. 8 (New Series) 2004 Z1158270 2004 periodical issue 2004 pg. 143-144
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    y Autoethnographic Michael Brennan , Artarmon : Giramondo Publishing , 2012 Z1901163 2012 selected work poetry Autoethnographic tunes into the feedback loops of liquid modernity and the strange loop of the self. With an anarchic openness to anxiety, dysfunction and the endless hunger for community, Brennan's third collection offers hallucinatory jumpcuts from a dystopic near-present inhabited by casino capitalists, bonobo cultists, free market geneticists, grifters, lurkers and lovers going about their business in the aftermath of the freedom agenda. Interrogating the surreality of perpetual growth and the violent ellipses of democratic capitalism, his short narratives are jagged canticles to the beautiful monsters of language, love, friendship and family; field notes from a protean and kaleidoscopic world governed by speed and recurrence, the flows of desire and the architecture of fear; a disorientating and relentless mix of elegy, anti-poetry and post human punk. [From the publisher] Artarmon : Giramondo Publishing , 2012 pg. 8-9
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