Order Kisha Nicole Foster’s Poems 1999 – 2014 or Zena Smith’s Fracture

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– From Lyz Bly’s Introduction of Poems 1999 -2014

We know there’s not one way, one light, one stupid truth.
Kathleen Hanna, Bikini Kill
If you don’t understand yourself you don’t understand anybody else.
Nikki Giovanni

In some circles, performance poetry is considered as the colloquial cousin to academic works that sit tidily on the page waiting to be discovered by the reader, who interprets poetry based on her own personal experiences and understanding of the written word and the literary canon.  This divide is echoed throughout the literary and visual arts—historically delineated as the “high” and the “low,” work for the “masses,” versus literature for educated “elites.” Scholars and readers have grappled with this rift for decades, particularly in the latter decades of the 20th century, when the African American and women’s rights movements and the postmodernist and post-structuralist theoretical revolutions in the academy challenged notions of…

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About monalisasrandomthoughts

I craft people poems. I laugh out-loud. I love all things. Everything is about order. My movements are chess. Everything to me calculates. I just look like this.
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