The Bird Hoverer

The Bird Hoverer Poetry Aaron Belz is a gravely hilarious poet The poems from THE BIRD HOVERER are part Discovery Channel party History Channel part E his ferocious intelligence his love of glitz and his wry take

  • Title: The Bird Hoverer
  • Author: Aaron Belz
  • ISBN: 9781934289273
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Aaron Belz is a gravely hilarious poet The poems from THE BIRD HOVERER are part Discovery Channel, party History Channel, part E his ferocious intelligence, his love of glitz, and his wry take on relationships both human and animal are irresistible Belz s voice is bold, wise, inimitable Denise Duhamel The poems in THE BIRD HOVERER are by turns melancholicPoetry Aaron Belz is a gravely hilarious poet The poems from THE BIRD HOVERER are part Discovery Channel, party History Channel, part E his ferocious intelligence, his love of glitz, and his wry take on relationships both human and animal are irresistible Belz s voice is bold, wise, inimitable Denise Duhamel The poems in THE BIRD HOVERER are by turns melancholic and comic, performing the paradoxes and pratfalls to which we are subject Out of boredom and distraction, Belz conjures wild animals, celebrities, and sinister conspiracies, revealing the roots of our fictive lives Devin Johnston Just what American poetry needs lots of fresh poems that are weirdly conventional one minute, satisfyingly strange the next On the surface this violent assault on complacency is playfully serious, but deep down, you notice that the surfaces of these gentle poems glint and catch the light as they turn over and over, patiently waiting for your attention Finally, reading this smart book feels like wining the lottery, dollar by dollar, only so So what are you waiting for John Tranter.

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    • Abigail Danfora says:

      Great poems! I've had this (and Lovely, Raspberry) on my shelf since Christmas and only just now had a chance to read it (and I'm glad I did!). I especially loved 'The Preserve,' 'Two Sides of a Story,' and 'Things That Tend not to Collapse."I guess I'm more picky about poetry than about other writing--I usually either love it or am completely bored by it. In general, I loved the poems in The Bird Hoverer--some of them were completely hilarious, while others could have been the foundation for de [...]

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    • Rupert says:

      Great stuff. Actually went straight back to page one after reading the final poem.

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