Radish King

Radish King Rebecca Loudon s second collection of poems frequently finds itself On the Delirious Track fascinated by that lovely erotic flaw the importance of the lopsided And if her poems are disorienting and c

  • Title: Radish King
  • Author: Rebecca Loudon
  • ISBN: 9780976659341
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
  • Radish King

    Rebecca Loudon s second collection of poems frequently finds itself On the Delirious Track, fascinated by that lovely erotic flaw the importance of the lopsided And if her poems are disorienting and confusing, which they can be, their humor, rhythm, surprise, and obsessive repetitions can be mesmerizing.

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    1. Roz Ito

      What are these poems like? Well, true to the inner title page that precedes them, these poems burn. They incinerate, they commit an arson of the mind & soul. They blaze with a life intensity that resembles a luminous, lucid madhouse or a horse finding its way back into the wild or the heaving, sleeping body of a lover who dreams of giant shapes in the night and who smells dangerous. You might be dangerous to yourself while reading these poems, you might wander straight into the visceral zone [...]

    2. Pamela

      If Navigate is a plunge, then Radish King is a high-wire act. Again, no safety net's there to for the reader's plummet; nothing here is what he or she will expect. Just look at the shape of the book--immediately you're out of the realm of the expected. Every line in every poem is a tightrope. Rosin your hands and slippers; get out your parasol or balancing stick; walk the wire with these amazing poems.

    3. Lucy

      My advice to anyone considering reading this book, is to read it when you are sleepy and almost dreaming. These are the type of poems you will find, ones that slither intuitively off the page. Ones that are bright erotic, exotic and sometimes dangerous pearls. Most of the poems in this book really got under my skin.

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