1 edition of Accepting the disaster found in the catalog.
Accepting the disaster
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (page 79).
|LC Classifications||PS3613.E425 A6 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||2013034991|
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Accepting the Disaster, Joshua Mehigan's second collection of poems, hit bookstore shelves earlier this week, a solid decade after the publication of his quietly accomplished debut (The Optimist).In the interval, new poems and essays by Mehigan have frequently enlivened the pages of Poetry Magazine, giving hints as to what this long-awaited second collection might contain/5.
“Accepting the Disaster is a book that anyone who reads poetry should read; I suspect we will be reading it for a very long time to come.” —Adam Kirsch, The New Republic “At nearly every turn Joshua Mehigan makes the right choices—imaginatively and formally—in his exciting new collection Accepting the Disaster.
“Accepting the Disaster is a book that anyone who reads poetry should read; I suspect we will be reading it for a very long time to come.” ―Adam Kirsch, The New Accepting the disaster book “At nearly every turn Joshua Mehigan makes the right choices―imaginatively and formally―in his exciting new collection Accepting the Disaster/5(10).
Accepting the Disaster, Joshua Mehigan’s superb new collection of poetry, begins with a poem called “Here”: Nothing has changed. They have a welcome sign, a hill with cows and a white house on top, a mall and grocery store where people shop, a diner where some people go to dine.
It is the same no matter where you go. “The book I most looked forward to getting my hands on this year was Joshua Mehigan's second collection, Accepting the Disaster.
This is, poem after poem, one of the best volumes of recent years. Comparisons have been made to Philip Larkin-Mehigan has a way with rhyme and meter, and his pessimism is as dark as industrial sludge. The poems in Accepting the Disaster range from lyric miniatures like "The Crossroads," a six-line sketch of an accident scene, to "The Orange Bottle," an expansive narrative page-turner whose main character suffers a psychotic episode after quitting medication.
Mehigan blends the naturalistic milieu of such great chroniclers of American life as. "Accepting the Disaster is a book that anyone who reads poetry should read; I suspect we will be reading it for a very long time to come."—Adam Kirsch, The New Republic"These poems are built to last, and they will.
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