|Type de publication||Collections|
|Année de Publication||2014|
|Detail||200 p. - 11,5 x 18,5 cm|
Negativity’s Kiss is a noir poem, with characters and a story, violence, cops, everything one likes about the crime novel, minus its robotic, skippable detail. Plus language that rocks. However the poet doesn’t know how to be straight enough to just do it-tone and genre-so this is pretty crooked. Satirical and feral, written at the time of Hurricane Katrina. The world of the poem is an international city that slides- everything slides-between being like Paris and being like New York. But maybe it’s more like Gotham City, where everyone knows everyone, and even a poet can be in the media spotlight, if someone tries to kill her. . .