Onto Yourself Collection: (Cut-up Poetry Inspired by David Bowie and RadioHead)

Onto Yourself Collection Cut up Poetry Inspired by David Bowie and RadioHead Cut up method of poetry taking a finished and fully linear text and cutting it in pieces with a few or single words on each piece The resulting pieces are then rearranged into a new text William S Bur

  • Title: Onto Yourself Collection: (Cut-up Poetry Inspired by David Bowie and RadioHead)
  • Author: Robb Manary
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  • Page: 293
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  • Cut up method of poetry taking a finished and fully linear text and cutting it in pieces with a few or single words on each piece The resulting pieces are then rearranged into a new text William S Burroughs and David Bowie made this method popular Here I honor them with my cut ups of their work and their ideals, along with Radiohead and, finally, a fantastic short stoCut up method of poetry taking a finished and fully linear text and cutting it in pieces with a few or single words on each piece The resulting pieces are then rearranged into a new text William S Burroughs and David Bowie made this method popular Here I honor them with my cut ups of their work and their ideals, along with Radiohead and, finally, a fantastic short story starring David Bowie Many of the poems are intensely personal while others are love poems of sorts and also intensely personal If you ve ever been in love these should resonate with you It s been a wonderful journey I hope you ll follow along for the ride.

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  • Robb Manary

    Robert Manary is an international playboy and man of mystery, with the charm and sophistication of James Bond shaken not stirred with a couple ounces of Cyrano de Bergerac, a dash of Rasputin, and garnished with the rapier wit of Thurston Howell the Third.That s how he sees himself, anyway.The truth is Robert Manary is a construct created to protect the dubious reputation of his Clark Kent like mild mannered writer puppeteer the man pulling the levers and breathing life into the Great and Powerful Oz don t look too closely behind the curtain.Robert Manary s alter ego dropped out of Radio Broadcasting College to pursue a lucrative career bartending at a seedy gentlemen s club, played around stocking shelves at a small grocery store until he screwed up badly enough to be given a promotion, and finally left the glamorous life of fighting with Parmalat representatives over the quantity of soy milk required for a small Northern Ontario town to function adequately, for the bright lights of New York.Wow that was one long sentence Manary is also a master of the run on sentence, an abuser of commas, and has no idea how to properly use this bit of punctuation He also thinks he is much cleverer than he probably is.Manary is an award winning blogger, an erotic romance novel writer, the author of a pretty decent romantic comedy, and for a brief period in the early nineties served as dictator of a small South American country.Most of that is true.New York, New York, if you can make it there you can make it anywhere Manary couldn t make it there, and with only a little prompting from law enforcement agents returned to Canada, and chronicled the journey in that pretty decent romantic comedy mentioned in a paragraph above.Manary is also an experimental artist who has no clue how to write an Author s Bio, and definitely no idea how to end one.He has only been in love once, and that didn t work out so well, but he dreams and dreams of that girl he s loved all along.Can a taste of love be so wrong P.S He is also a shameless plunderer of pop culture.I invite you to visit robmanary Sign up for my newsletter while you re there and drop me a line I ll reply, really

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  • Before reading this collection, I had to research cut-up poetry. Here’s the best way to describe it by the Dadaist writer Tristan Tzara, who wrote “dada manifesto on feeble love and bitter love,” [which included a section called “To Make a Dadaist Poem,” and it gave these instructions: Take a newspaper. Take some scissors. Choose from this paper an article of the length you want to make your poem. Cut out the article. Next, carefully cut out each of the words that makes up this article [...]



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