Wild peach

Title
Wild peach / S*an D. Henry-Smith.
Author
Henry-Smith, Sean D., 1992-
Publication
  • New York City : Futurepoem Books, 2020.
  • ©2020

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Additional Authors
Bemis/Flaherty Collection of Gay Poetry. WU
Description
150 pages : illustrations, photographes (chiefly color); 21 cm
Uniform Title
Poems. Selections
Alternative Title
Poems.
Genre/Form
  • Nature poetry.
  • Photographs.
  • Poetry.
Note
  • Poems
Contents
In Awe Of Geometry & Mornings -- Dirty Nails -- Start From Seed -- Summer Studies // Amber Dropper -- Calm Down Clam Down -- Incessant Intercessor, Millipede Monotony -- Microscopies Of The Banal -- Piecemeal & Porcelain: Increments Of Longing -- Wringing Of Goosenecks -- Moon Dribble -- Raw Sleep Of Flowers -- The Devil I Need -- Isosceles, Serial -- Private Delight -- Song Of The Morning Fowl -- Wild Peach -- In The Anaphora -- W/ You In The Slow Hour -- Body Text -- Onslaught -- Jonah's Dilemma -- Mouth Agape // Mouth Agape -- Fish Head Stew -- The Garden At The Underground -- Bitter Suite -- In Organic Affirmation -- Deep Scratch -- Extension -- Running Around & Away -- Mortal Mortal -- Refer To Me By My Many Stars -- Of One's Own.
Call Number
JFD 21-1293
ISBN
  • 9781733038423
  • 1733038426
Author
Henry-Smith, Sean D., 1992- author, photographer.
Title
Wild peach / S*an D. Henry-Smith.
Publisher
New York City : Futurepoem Books, 2020.
Copyright Date
©2020
Edition
First edition.
Type of Content
text
still image
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Summary
WILD PEACH is a multisensory roaming of landscape and interior, often (but not always) in near stillness and varying light. The power to disrupt and obscure language is an essential tool in protecting this multimodal endeavor; in this project, poetry and photography warm the taste of memory, exploring nonlinear, non-narrative time through the sonic offerings of image and text--and the Outdoors, the interpersonal, and all offered onto. Black Secrecy demands and provides a spirit of collaboration, study, and play. Rest without guilt. Two steppin' in the parking lot. Screaming into the night sky. In the garden and the noise, what must be learned from the garble? We listen. The ocean is always just over your shoulder.
Chronological Term
2000-2099
Added Author
Bemis/Flaherty Collection of Gay Poetry. WU
Research Call Number
JFD 21-1293
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