I Am Not a Pioneer
by Adam Fell (Goodreads Author)
Adam Fell is a break-the-mold original, poet of the strip mall and the lakeshore, bard of Pabst and gas stations and gutted cigarette machines. His brave and quirky poems hum and crackle off the page; they wrangle with the violence in contemporary American society without wavering. They leap and leap without falling, and their incantatory grace is poignant, funny, terrifyi...more
Paperback, 100 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by H_ngm_n Books
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Charismatic poems, full of wit and meditation, but I felt a little unsurprised, especially around the end of the collection. I'd like to come back to this one and figure out what it is that makes the poems so immediately likeable. Also, it references both The National and Radiohead, which more books of poetry should.
Adam Fell is the author of DEAR CORPORATION, (H_NGM_N Books 2014) and I AM NOT A PIONEER (H_NGM_N Books 2011).More about Adam Fell...