The Autocaust: Coincidence

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The 3rd installment of SevenTenBishop Periodicals.

The Autocaust: Coincidence

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This is a contributors issue, featuring:
  • William P. Tandy
  • Davida G. Breier
  • Lyn Lifshin
  • T. Kilgore Splake
  • ... and others.
  • REVIEW Apart from Bukowski and two or three others, I find almost no latter-day poetry bearable (least of all the sad Bukowski knockoffs). I feel I must don a powdered wig to read the verse of yore, so that's out also. What am I left with? Prose and masturbation, since we have no TV. But I got through the last page of this zine with no complaints, even if I was just as confused as ever by poetry. It does no good to mash a bunch of images together if you lack some feeling or idea behind them, even if you have a fancy hat, but lucky for us the right magic happens enough times here. From AUTOCAUST, I especially like John Grey's 'The Guy in the Mirror': 'His eyes are like the busted windows / to the crummy tenement he lives in. / If his mouth sunk any lower / it could suck up the floor crumbs.' -Randy Osborne, Xerography Debt #14

    Additional Information

    Author Zebulun
    Publisher SevenTenBishop Press
    Page Count 36pp
    Publication Size 5.5 x 8.5
    Publication Notes Saddle-Stitched, b/w
    Publication Date 2004
    ISBN 000-0000000000

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