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[Read] ➬ Shake Author Joshua Beckman – Pnoy.me Beckman’s new poems come to us directly and intimately Compulsively readable full of fear and persistence they resonate with the wildness and generosity of Ginsberg Whitman and Ted Berrigan turning[Read] Shake Author Joshua Beckman Pnoy.me Beckman’s new poems come to us directly and intimately Compulsively readable full of fear and persistence they resonate with the wildness and generosity of Ginsberg Whitman and Ted Berrigan turning.

Beckman’s new poems come to us directly and intimately Compulsively readable full of fear and persistence they resonate with the wildness and generosity of Ginsberg Whitman and Ted Berrigan turning the everyday into an encompassing harrowing humorous nece.

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Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø Joshua Beckman was born in New Haven Connecticut He is the author of six books including Take It Wave Books Shake and two collaborations with Matthew Rohrer Nice Hat Thanks and Adventures While Preaching the Gospel of Beauty He is an editor at Wave Books and has translated numerous works of poetry and prose including Poker by Tomaz Salamun which was a finalist for the PEN America.

10 thoughts on “Shake

  1. Christine Christine says:

    Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø shake free, Shake PDFThis book made me such a shy girl I saw Joshua Beckman at a party for another poet and I hid in a corner and worried about him being there because I had read this book many times and still want to read it again because his word choice his language the way he feels distant and accessible all at once and so present here in New York in a time when poets feel so far away it all made me blush


  2. James James says:

    Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø shake free, Shake PDFI'm reading this now It is thus far worthwhile My bookmark is a scrap of paper on which I've writtenparody of sanity dream Lorine Niedeckerdo you remember Wisconsin well do youI just finished it; am most likely to purchase it within the next half hour Once it is legally mine I suspect I will instantly make this noiseyessssssssssss


  3. Matthew Holley Matthew Holley says:

    Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø shake free, Shake PDFUmm yeah NO I previously read Beckman’s book Take It and really didn’t like it but I decided to give him another chance But no change Even my previous appreciation for his interesting stringing together of words has worn off for me now it all just seems too ostentatious and at times even ridiculous


  4. Peter Peter says:

    Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø shake free, Shake PDFBrooklyn poet ur text Terrible themes clever with the form he uses I don’t care about straight white people having sex He’s known for translations I guess and I can understand why he was successful at this


  5. Jeffrey Parker Jeffrey Parker says:

    Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø shake free, Shake PDFMelancholy intimate depressing beautiful


  6. Joe Joe says:

    Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø shake free, Shake PDFMaybe I'm under read in New York poets and this is my first 15 minutes in the closet with Joshua Beckman but this book felt like an updated Paul Blackburn Ted Berrigan sandwich In a mostly good way Like Paul Blackburn in the getting up and pouring coffee and daily rituals in Unslide the door and how New Haven starts drifting into occasional sight stanzas without feeling mannered Kneeling by the prayer wheel I saw it again 3 follows 2 2 follows 1 and how best not to hurt anyone’s feelings The spinning of plates on poles Or the levitation of anything over a handThe second seuence “Let The People Die” channels Berrigan in the almost pantoum like repetition crammed into something sonnet like and then there’s the mix of soulful lines and well fun “the dreadful bottom” Coke dead surfers marijuana and sun Of course there are crucial differences Where PB never met a jarring line break he didn’t like here Beckman’s breaks are softer and draw less attention to


  7. Jennn Jennn says:

    Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø shake free, Shake PDFI almost liked the book Each poem had words rolled into it like sushi but something seemed off There were ingrediants that didn't taste uite right I chewed each slowly but I still couldn't get passed the taste It became repetitive to the point of exhaustion The words became rambling trying to make sense out of nothing while giving the aftertaste of pretentiousnessSome examples I put in my notesIt's like they kept making babiesand stopped making baby whistlesDoable yes but here theyteach us something differentIt's a battery It's a garden pg 3People of Deary gather roundmy father's dying a Connecticut deathand you don't even know what that measPicture the pigeonscontagio


  8. Patrick Duggan Patrick Duggan says:

    Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø shake free, Shake PDFMy friend Elliot passed this book along to me at an Arielle Greenberg reading two weeks ago and I'm grateful The poems are self assured certain Beckman staples statements and series of images all odd and amazing in their own right into construction paper garland There's a wonderful beat underwriting his measured line He uses this measure to link his surreal generalization in a way that informs the subtle and infreuent facts of life which bleed in from the margins Beckman uses linebreak as pu


  9. Eric Phetteplace Eric Phetteplace says:

    Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø shake free, Shake PDFThe first and third sections were pretty weak the first being all single stanza free verse and the third free verse with some indentations and other spacing effects On the whole those sections suffered from the Dean Young wishy washy interchangeability that dooms so much of modern poetry; there was no reason why any one line belonged to one poem over another and thus each individual piece lacked synergy and formal purpose The absence of titles only furthers this problemThe middle section Let the People Die was actually pretty great however All the poems are 14 lines and heavily repetitious a sort of blend of a pantoum and a sonnet and I thought they were almost without exception well written The use of incomplete sentences and repetition is very Tender Buttons esue except these poems have tangible meanings far superior to Stein's pointless blather


  10. Melissa Melissa says:

    Paperback ´ Shake Epub Ø shake free, Shake PDFSomeone in our reading group said this book was the first one we'd read in which you really had to contend with the personality of the poet and that feels true and I don't know if I like this personality or rather I know I don't like certain aspects of this personality And yet there are lots of great moments She has a patio too proudand in stillness one beautiful thing is brought forwardafter another and refused Leisurely and pleasedI go To collect of things is all I ever know


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