You Don't Know What You Don't Know PDF Ü Don't Know

You Don't Know What You Don't Know PDF Ü Don't Know


You Don't Know What You Don't Know ➾ [Download] ➾ You Don't Know What You Don't Know By John Bradley ➳ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Poetry Winner of the Cleveland State University Poetry Center Open Competition A collection of prose poems that might be described as Franz Kafka and Frida Kahlo going out for a date at Coney Island Poetry Winner Know What PDF/EPUB å of theCleveland State University Poetry Center Open Competition A collection of prose poems that might be described as Franz Kafka and Frida Kahlo going out for a date at Coney Island The book reflects what happens when you drop You Don't Epub / an American history textbook, an issue of People, and a short history of dreams into a blender.


10 thoughts on “You Don't Know What You Don't Know

  1. Derek Wolfgram Derek Wolfgram says:

    Full disclosure John Bradley is a friend of mine.John Bradley writes exquisite prose poems that are both deeply funny and deeply deep He combines an incredible command of the language with a razor wit and a gift for mashing up American history with contemporary pop culture to create absurd parables and alternate perspectives on historical events I m tempted to try to describe John s poems as Person X meets Person Y meets Person Z, but I know John could do it far better my best comparison i Full disclosure John Bradley is a friend of mine.John Bradley writes exquisite prose poems that are both deeply funny and deeply deep He combines an incredible command of the language with a razor wit and a gift for mashing up American history with contemporary pop culture to create absurd parables and alternate perspectives on historical events I m tempted to try to describe John s poems as Person X meets Person Y meets Person Z, but I know John could do it far better my best comparison is Howard Zinn and Franz Kafka listening to Beck together while joining Major Kong on his atom bomb ride in Dr Strangelove You Don t Know What You Don t Know is the 2009 winner of the Cleveland State University Poetry Center open competition.Finding one brief quotation to illustrate John s poetry is challenging, but here are the first few lines of the poem Memo to Ariadne I m going to need a change of address, a change of clothes, a motion that s a cross between a shamble, a dodge, and a faint I m going to need spelunker bread, avuncular bread, homuncular bread, dusted with arsenic I ll need nude photographs of Cindy Crawford in the arms of James Dean in the arms of Walt Whitman I m going to need a recipe for lightning how much insomnia, how much caffeine, how much flea powder I know I m going to need the phone number of someone with Salt somewhere in their last name


  2. Robert Vaughan Robert Vaughan says:

    This book is unique, fresh, experimental and strange in all the most extra ordinary ways I read this in one sitting, could not put it down Now I will revisit this book again and again for different interpretations on the surreal and complex, yet simply wonderful short fictions.


  3. George George says:

    This book is amazing, as are all of John Bradley s book The prose poems here continue to establish Bradley as one of the form s most exciting practitioners.


  4. Aaron Belz Aaron Belz says:

    I can t get enough of Bradley s poetry It s like Edson meets Baudelaire, they mug DiCaprio, steal his wallet, and go for a late bite at the Rainbow Room.


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