SoundMachine (häftad)
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SoundMachine (häftad)


Häftad Engelska, 2019-10-03
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Zucker is launching an audio supplement, "Soundmachine:Versecast," that will use sound, voice, noise and silence to create a new kind of immersive-verse-audio experience aired as a series of podcast episodes. It is being very successfully promoted on kickstarter ( A fascinating blend of poetry and prose, SoundMachine enacts difficult ethical questions on identity and right-to-voice-it can serve as a fundamental reflection on many of the most pressing questions about identity politics and art today. It networks many well-known poets, writers, and artists by name in the works and has a strong appeal as an insider's look into contemporary poetry with possible controversy. Zucker has a strong following of readers who know her as a major voice in post-confessional poetry and as an insightful writer engaging feminist topics such as marriage and motherhood. Zucker is the founder and host of Commonplace, a poetry interview podcast that hosts the most well-known and best-respected contemporary poets writing today (
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"SoundMachine's immediacy and urgency make reading it an imperative."-Katie Berta, Ploughshares "Artfully layered . . . these pieces defy genre and interrogate the role of wife, mother, and artist as fixed identities. . . . Zucker renders even the simplest inquiries-such as 'hasn't anyone tried to stop this?-resonant and profound in this restless and thoughtful book."-Publishers Weekly

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Rachel Zucker is the author of many books, including SoundMachine (Wave Books, forthcoming), The Pedestrians (Wave Books, 2014), and Museum of Accidents (Wave Books, 2009), which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. She is also the co-author (with Arielle Greenberg) of the nonfiction title Home/birth: a poemic and co-editor (also with Arielle Greenberg) of Starting Today: 100 Poems for Obama's First 100 Days and Women Poets on Mentorship: Efforts and Affections (both from the University of Iowa Press). A graduate of Yale University and the Iowa Writers' Workshop, Zucker currently teaches poetry at NYU. In 2016 she was a Bagley Wright Lecturer and wrote and delivered a series of talks on poetry, photography, confessionalism, motherhood, and the ethics of representing real people in art. She was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship in 2012, a Sustainable Arts Fellowship in 2016, and residencies from The MacDowell Colony and the Vermont Studio Center in 2018. Zucker lives in NYC with her husband and three sons.


Contents Song of the Dark Room It's the World Committing Suicide Said One Mom Seven Beds Six Cities Eight Weeks Hours Days Years Unmoor Their Orbits I Can Barely Stand to Go to Weddings Rough Waters Death Project [Poem] Let the World Unfurl One Word at a Time Snapshot Five Months Later I Finally Have Something to Say SoundMachine Need to Know In the End Confessional Planet Hulk After the New Couples Therapist Sex with Famous Poet The Feeling Enough Is Enough And Still I Speak of It It Has Come to My Attention The Moon Is in Her Caul Tonight There Are Two Magics We Cannot Make Them Happy Behave Passionate Patient Safe Sorry Residency