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Book Title: My Autobiography|
The author of the book: Barbara Henning
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 975 KB
Edition: United Artists Books
Date of issue: April 1st 2007
ISBN 13: 9780935992434
Read full description of the books My Autobiography:Poetry. A new book of poems by the author of You, Me & The Insects and Love Makes Thinking Dark. "In this witty, post-Oulipian take on you-are-what-you-read, Henning dispossesses, recycles, and levels out the singular lines she lifts from the likes of Bataille, Joyce, or Gertrude Stein, all the way to authors of travel aned cookbooks that sit on her shelves. The resulting seventy-one 'sonnets' sound their orphaned music: 'strangers now, but once we were lovers' with the hidden glee of the artist behind her console, sampling, spinning, shredding, and remixing. My Autobiography is a concept, a mirror, a community: see you there!"--Chris Tysh.
Read information about the authorBARBARA HENNING, is a poet and fiction writer, author of three novels and several books of poetry. Her latest books of poems is A Day Like Today (Negative Capability Press 2015); poems and stories, A Swift Passage (Quale Press) and A Slow Curvee (Monkey Puzzle Press), were published in 2013. A novel, Thirty Miles to Rosebud was published by BlazeVOX Books in 2009, a collection of poems My Autobiography, was published in 2007 by United Artists. Two novels, You Me and the Insects (2005) and Black Lace (2001) were both published by Spuyten Duyvil . Other works include a series of photo-poem pamphlets; Detective Sentences (Spuyten Duyvil, 2001), In Between (Spectacular Diseases, England); Me & My Dog (Poetry New York, 1999); Love Makes Thinking Dark (United Artists, 1995); The Passion of Signs (Leave Books, 1994); Smoking in the Twilight Bar (United Artists, l988). Poems and stories have been published in many magazines, including Poetry International, the Paris Review, Fiction International, The Brooklyn Rail, The World, Talisman, Lingo, Shiny, Not Enough Night, Hanging Loose and others. During the early nineties, she was the editor of Long News in the Short Century, a journal of art and writing. She was born in Detroit, relocated to New York City in the early eighties. She is presently teaching for Long Island University where she is Professor Emerita, as well as for writers.com.
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