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Cadaver Dogs #2019

Cadaver Dogs The images in this book vibrate Mars hangs above you like a meat chime An ovary red dress Let me release the thin broth tadpole sticky lake from between my legs Cadaver Dogs gives us a fast and furiou

  • Title: Cadaver Dogs
  • Author: Rebecca Loudon
  • ISBN: 9780615249698
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cadaver Dogs By Rebecca Loudon, The images in this book vibrate Mars hangs above you like a meat chime An ovary red dress Let me release the thin broth tadpole sticky lake from between my legs Cadaver Dogs gives us a fast and furious poetry of linguistic impulse poet Denise Levertov s term fused with a poetry of visceral impulse, and rushes of hyped up innuendo Multiple sensory cataractsThe images in this book vibrate Mars hangs above you like a meat chime An ovary red dress Let me release the thin broth tadpole sticky lake from between my legs Cadaver Dogs gives us a fast and furious poetry of linguistic impulse poet Denise Levertov s term fused with a poetry of visceral impulse, and rushes of hyped up innuendo Multiple sensory cataracts pour forth on every page Whether their mode is pensive, elegiac, sexual or all of the above, these poems embrace the undomesticated, taking as a given the fact that humans are perpetually channeling the various animals we contain Want vividness and gusto, postmodern sensitivity, lingual rapture Consume this book, or let it consume you Amy Gertsler

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    1. CADAVER DOGS by Rebecca Loudon No Tell Books 978 0 615 24969 8 74pps I ve seriously become a fan of No Tell Books a lusty press of insatiable women always on the prowl and, contradictory to its claim they do tell and with gusto So the latest feast of savory tales, arranged teasingly on that virginally white paper plate, arrove and burned its way out of its own envelope.From the poem don t you feel it s dangerous to want we re losing sweet and pungent your body having spilledyour shaved neck rawt [...]

    2. Loudon is masterful mistressful at mining the loaded terrain of the subconscious mind in all of its ticking, twitching, palpitating glory But as one might gather from the last descriptive word in that list, it s not just about the mind, it s also about the body situated in the tricky, sticky intersections between the psyche and the flesh She gives voice to evocative, throbbing, churning, lustful pieces of what lies beneath the teeth and the fur and the cotton what flows through the blood with pa [...]

    3. I m a big fan of Loudon s work which skims from tight sparse narratives Navigate, Amelia Earhart s Letters Home , to dark humor Radish King to what felt like accidentally falling into a hole in the forest with Cadaver Dogs The book starts out as an innocent enough fairy tale but quickly tumbles into a study of the dangers in the world, particularly to children the body s steam rolling out, a bee in a yellow dress appears, the titular poem, Cadaver Dogs itself a harrowing journey into the narrato [...]

    4. I read Ms Loudon s book start to finish and here s what I noticed Her writing is outrageous And I mean that as a compliment The first half of the book, leading up to the title poem sequence, is dark and sexy to the point of claustrophobia Like flesh gobbets draped, rotting and raining on a beautiful nude Also, each of the poems has the feel of a crime study Little crimes Small dioramas and dissections Yes Dark and delicious Regarding the poems after the Cadaver Dogs poem sequence a poem I know I [...]

    5. After reading Cadaver Dogs, I felt creative The stripped narrative is original and inspired Loudon s language is stark, grotesque and haunting This is a collection to clear your tightly wound mind and give you a fresh perspective Loudon is one of my favorite authors and this book does not disappoint

    6. I ve seriously become a fan of No Tell Books a lusty press of insatiable women always on the prowl and, contradictory to its claim they do tell and with gusto So the latest feast of savory tales, arranged teasingly on that virginally white paper plate, arrove and burned its way out of its own envelope.From the poem don t you feel it s dangerous to want we re losing sweet and pungent your body having spilledyour shaved neck rawthe wasp crawls deeper into the figmy tips swollen with it Oh, the fru [...]

    7. I think No Tell Books Motel and Books is real great but the imagery in this book didn t work for me Very interesting read however in its macabre, forensic, cyrogenic, and eerie X File ish portrayals Several poems in a horror vein that actually made me cringe a bit Some of the poems were playful but I may have misread the language to be left with a sour feeling.

    8. Surreal post modern horror poetry At times very confusing, though always sharp and unnerving Analysis brings no comfort.

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