qBooty, Egg Onq includes poetry mostly from the nineties, as well as translations of Virgil, Guido Gozzano, Jules LaForgue, Rainer Maria Rilke, Emile Nelligan and various Anglo-Saxon poems. Collaborators include Judith Goldman (the Haki Pok poems), Jeff Derksen (qMao's Gift to Nixonq), Stephen Rodefer, and Sianne Ngai (qThe Cosmopolitansq). Poems have previously appeared in Chain, dANDelion, Callaloo, Drunken Boat, Premonitions, Interlope, Rhizome and the Asian Pacific America Journal among other places. Previous books by Brian Kim Stefans include Kluge: A Meditation (Roof, 2007), What Is Said to the Poet Concerning Flowers (Factory School, 2006), Before Starting Over: Essays and Interviews (Salt Publishing, 2006) and Fashionable Noise: On Digital Poetics (Atelos, 2003). He runs www.arras.net, devoted to new media poetry and poetics, and his blog is Free Space Comix, at www.arras.net/fscIII. He teaches English and Digital Humanities at UCLA.... fuzz, 3 a distrust of lust, a precarious position of battery difficultiesaaspects of both taste and frocks. ... This nation-building agenda accelerated The think. Suburban. 1 EMPHATICa#39;S first verse should start being read here. 2 Second verseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Booty, Egg On: Uncollected Poems and Collaborations|
|Author||:||Brian Kim Stefans|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2007-09|