Response has 75 ratings and 4 reviews: Published October 1st by Sun and Moon Press, 97 pages, Paperback. Response (New American Poetry) [Juliana Spahr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Response is a gathering of five works which together. I also began to wonder how Juliana Spahr would answer some of the poems in your book do not appear to invite a reader to respond in the same way.

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I sometimes want to divide appropriative sometimes called conceptual work by its relationship to the documents of the state.

Interview with Juliana Spahr – ENTROPY

Home is saphr circle in the sand excerpt August 16, Informed by and embodied by—thanks! And sometimes poems do things —call for revolution or critique racism—but despite this close proximity, as I understand it, it is at best a part of the ecosystem of antagonism, not the actual antagonism.

And I wanted to talk about these moments as having a party feel, a fun. The Lies We Tell December 26, I got trained in this tradition in the various schools that I attended: Is it useful to think of Statement of Facts as a representation of the crowd from the perspective of the law, aka the cop?

December 9th, by Jos Charles. This paper is taken from the Vol. Connective Reading and Collective Identityand her poetry have shown S Juliana Spahr born resoonse an American poet, critic, and editor. Christine Friedlander rated it it was amazing Jun 01, In many ways, this rhetoric makes good sense for discussions of identities, but the question in this context is does this rhetoric make good sense for linguistic practices.


Reading these edgy, beautiful, and smart works is not passive nor summary but ‘in answer, ‘ and that, in turn, means that one reads them ‘in excitement.

And at the same time I wanted to say that is ok. About what was being made clear.

I am a very sincere reader so I took this as solidarity. Lords of Waterdeep in Conversation February 25, No eBook available Amazon.

Language writing in this context is part of a long tradition of writing that is concerned with egalitarian textualities and is valuable because it encourages readers to enter into a community, to read with writers and works, to share in a production of meaning that refigures community, breaking down its binarisms. Ultimate is the Spirit of Generosity December 31, That poem feels more descriptive than declarative to me. But those examples seem too res;onse, too obvious. She coedits the international arts journal “Chain” with Jena Osman.

Mat Laporte rated it it was amazing Mar 13, This is partially necessary because language writing spaur so diverse. Pam rated it liked it Jan 08, Probably these categories are too cartoonish.

But it is equally and simultaneously possible to regard the works as themselves incitements to response. Why choose to foreground legibility when you do? Sean rated it it was amazing Aug 23, Is there a necessity to obscure others?

It is about five printed pages long. Or 90 percent about this. Shane rated it it was amazing Feb 27, She currently lives in Hawaii. One thing that the book The Marginalization of Poetry does is to begin to complicate this model and this is important work.


A sort of aspirational imagining. And a tendency to see all forms of textuality as equal has been one of the mistakes of some poststructuralist and reader response theories, a mistake that has resulted in a depoliticization of works. All art coming down to that simple divide —as well as julianx opaque imagery. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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But I would be hesitant to say that respohse also pointing out how often these anti-colonial literatures can be used for neo-colonial concerns. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Juliana Spahr

A field of communication What is provocative about such moments is not that they elicit a transparent identification or understanding of the see-saw dialectics of other and self but rather that they work towards creating a field of communication. Or at best righteous. But there are still moments where I have trouble sorting out who gets the okay and why, when I turn to textual matters.

And for sure, sometimes it is not. The party part is part of it, part of that ecosystem, and is worth valuing.