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  • ISBN13:9780996270434
  • ISBN10:0996270434
  • Publisher:Transcendent Zero Press
  • Language:English
  • Author:Jr Charles Bane
  • Binding:Paperback
  • Sub Genre:Feminist
  • SUPC: SDL552606113

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In this short booklet, gifted poet Charles Bane, Jr. discusses the rise of feminist poetry, and its troubles. He is direct and sincere, but does not let his critical eye down. Contains excepts.

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Charles Bane, Jr. once again takes a route to poetic interpretation that honors the role of small presses in moving poetry toward its most obscure destinies. In this discussion of feminist poetry and its outlier status, Bane explores the rising trend of female poets and what this means to the future of poetry.

Small presses are important because they assume risks the larger publishers want to avoid. They set market trends, and are market rogues. Honest small presses that love the craft want to push boundaries, lift curses, and broaden the creative dialogue. The small press is often overlooked in the long run, and Mr. Bane makes special note of the contributions these presses add to the art of poetry.

This is not so much playing the devil's advocate as giving an emerging poetry a solid analysis and voice. Expect an trenchant look into the next big thing in poetry.

An except of this wonderful discussion is available at HuffPost.

About the Book

Charles Bane, Jr. once again takes a route to poetic interpretation that honors the role of small presses in moving poetry toward its most obscure destinies. In this discussion of feminist poetry and its outlier status, Bane explores the rising trend of female poets and what this means to the future of poetry. Small presses are important because they assume risks the larger publishers want to avoid. They set market trends, and are market rogues. Honest small presses that love the craft want to push boundaries, lift curses, and broaden the creative dialogue. The small press is often overlooked in the long run, and Mr. Bane makes special note of the contributions these presses add to the art of poetry. This is not so much playing the devil's advocate as giving an emerging poetry a solid analysis and voice. Expect an trenchant look into the next big thing in poetry.

An except of this wonderful discussion is available at HuffPost.

Review Quotes

1. "The Ascent of Feminist Poetry is necessary reading for all who wish to follow the rise of freedom around the globe. This scholar, Charles Bane, Jr., has searched for the voices who give truth a sound and the future a promise. Maybe one day we will have a ballet of these thoughts. And we will all smile. And sing along." - Nikki Giovanni Poet "This book The Ascent of Feminist Poetry is a poem in itself-- beautiful, insightful, carefully chosen, radiant in wisdom and resistance; and heightening and cherishing the invisible." - Eve Ensler, author of The Vagina Monologues, performer, activist

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