Subway Under Byzantium

Subway Under Byzantium

Subway Under Byzantium Poetry First there was BACKUP TO BABYLON in Now comes SUBWAY UNDER BYZANTIUM the second in Maxine Gadd s double act of works about the Gulf Islands and the Downtown Eastside twin axes of the fal

  • Title: Subway Under Byzantium
  • Author: Maxine Gadd
  • ISBN: 9781554200351
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry First there was BACKUP TO BABYLON in 2006 Now comes SUBWAY UNDER BYZANTIUM, the second in Maxine Gadd s double act of works about the Gulf Islands and the Downtown Eastside twin axes of the fall Covering the period from 1986 to 1993, Gadd s allusive writing in this volume is by turns intensely personal, slyly funny, and socially incisive Her poetry draws on thePoetry First there was BACKUP TO BABYLON in 2006 Now comes SUBWAY UNDER BYZANTIUM, the second in Maxine Gadd s double act of works about the Gulf Islands and the Downtown Eastside twin axes of the fall Covering the period from 1986 to 1993, Gadd s allusive writing in this volume is by turns intensely personal, slyly funny, and socially incisive Her poetry draws on the people she knows and the sights she sees on the street At the same time it invokes myth, formative texts, and magical incantations As Maxine Gadd herself describes the book, Five sets of apocalyptic poems from the end of the twentieth century, demonic particulars in the angel of air Loon, Lac Lake, Boatload to Atlantis, Styx and Subway Under Byzantium SUBWAY UNDER BYZANTIUM is a welcome second opportunity for readers to immerse themselves in Gadd s intensely human poetry.

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    Tour de force reading of the Gadd experience: Peter Culley's "MAX POWER for Maxine Gadd" (Parkway [New Star, 2013] 62-67). Culley runs down the complete west coast Vancouver objection. To what? Well, what about "the / whole whig history train." Note the deliberate word choice "whig," nicely vague enough to conjure all sorts of historical frames. He places her in that triumphant & purposeful exclusion. Since the sixties. And the poetry has no direction home, no direct address, recoupments for [...]

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