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mobi ☆ ¸ Carmen Gimenez Smith

Your Gun Nabokov’s Lolita facebook entries and Greek gods they appear as part of the poet’s cultural critiue    Phrases such as “the caustic domain of urchins” and “the gelatin shiver of tea’s surface” take the poems from lyrical images to comic humor to angry intense commentary On writing about “downgrading into human” she says “Then what? Amorality osteoporosis and not even a marble estuary for the ages”     Giménez Smith’s poetic arsenal includes rapier sharp wordplay mixed wit I hugged this book the first time when Smith wanted to garrote Lars von Trier I h

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Milk FilthAdding to the Latina tradition Carmen Giménez Smith politically aware and feminist oriented focuses on general cultural references rather than a sentimental personal narrative She speaks of sexual politics and family in a fierce determined tone voracious in its opinions about freedom and responsibility    The author engages in mythology and art history musically wooing the reader with texture and voice As she references such disparate cultural figures as filmmaker Lars Von Trier Annie from the film Annie Get You'll need a cigarette after you read the whole damn thing It is that good

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reader ´ doc Milk Filth ´ À Adding to the Latina tradition Carmen Giménez Smith politically aware and feminist oriented focuses on general cultural references rather than a sentimental personal narrative She speaks of sexual politics and family in a fierce determined tone voracious in its opinions about freedom and responsibility    The auH humor at times self deprecating at others an ironic comment on the postmodern world all interwoven with imaginative language of unexpected force and surreal beauty Revealing a long view of gender issues and civil rights the author presents a clever comic perspective Her poems take the reader to unusual places as she uses rhythm images and emotion to reveal the narrator’s personality Deftly blending a variety of tones and styles Giménez Smith’s poems offer a daring and evocative look at deep cultural issue What is done out of fear smells like devotion and patriarchy Didn't love every po