• Title: Too Much Johnson
  • Author: Michael C. Gizzi
  • ISBN: 9780935724967
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Chapbook
  • Too Much Johnson Poetry TOO MUCH JOHNSON is its own one book genre a sub Shakespeare sub Dostoevski speedfest peppered with pop nihilist one liners that purport to be the inside scoop on the human condition It s Shake
    Poetry TOO MUCH JOHNSON is its own one book genre a sub Shakespeare sub Dostoevski speedfest peppered with pop nihilist one liners that purport to be the inside scoop on the human condition It s Shakespeare ravaged by airplane glue a geek Dostoevski bebopping the bad bugaloo James Ellroy, from the Introduction Proceeding on E.M Cioran s belief that all inspiratiPoetry TOO MUCH JOHNSON is its own one book genre a sub Shakespeare sub Dostoevski speedfest peppered with pop nihilist one liners that purport to be the inside scoop on the human condition It s Shakespeare ravaged by airplane glue a geek Dostoevski bebopping the bad bugaloo James Ellroy, from the Introduction Proceeding on E.M Cioran s belief that all inspiration proceeds from a faculty of exaggeration, Michael Gizzi s new book pulls taut nearly to the point of bursting the sagging borders of lyric poetry Suddenly there was one lying on his bum Paris in one hand crustaceans in the other and glow worms on the swan in question but not a typo but the air of a mandarin with three pigtails whose knock knacks perform acts no practical object would dream of A Planetary Drip Michael Gizzi is the author, most recently, of INTERFERON The Figures and NO BOTH Hard Press The Figures He lives and works in Lenox, Massachusetts Saddlestapled chapbook.

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