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Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM By Josh Bell

No Planets Strike, the debut collection by Josh Bell, reads as a playfully serious record of modernity Subversive in their treatment of the contemporary voice, broad in their subject matter, and often delightfully funny, the poems in this collection have a brilliant ear language.
  • Title: No Planets Strike
  • Author: Josh Bell
  • ISBN: 9781932023213
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback

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E.B. Schnepp Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
An exquisite collection marrying lyricism and a highly imaginative use of images and sound This collection is simply gorgeous and a must read for anyone even slightly interested in poetry If it doesn t send you out into the world simply yearning be able to view, create, and recreate the world as he does there is something wrong with you.
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Avery Taylor Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
Transmundane There are things I want to call this anthology and one of them is tour de force and another of them is unparalleled and another of them is magnum opus I actually feel lucky to have read NO PLANETS STRIKE Bell s writing style is grimy and contemporary, ramble y in a smart and wonderful way, obsessed with pop culture and religion and wit, hyper introspective, at once irreverent and spiritual, which only makes his work irreverent and then spiritual He is a master of repetition and tr [...]
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Eric Phetteplace Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
good balance between irreverant and grim tones, doesn t take himself too seriously Poems like the 1st 2 and the last one On the Typeset would become cloying in a collection of similar silliness, but here they lighten the darker tones of the serious poems I also loved that he has about 10 poems in this called Zombie Sunday, all or less about the death of God, but the set of Ramona poems were less interesting, and then there s the usual poetry incestuousness who wants to read poems about why a p [...]
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Rob the Obscure Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
This guy is the shit This is what contemporary American poetry is all about He moves effortlessly through sardonic wit, deep insight, erupting chuckles, and painful truth His muse Ramona runs all through the book, and the continuing poem Zombie Sunday , which appears and reappears repeatedly, shows Bell s ability to peer through the exact same window over and over always seeing new things on the inside.He lampoons his own chosen art form with such brilliance that the reader is by that very lampo [...]
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Zach Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
I liked this Very balanced, with only a few poems falling flat for me Ramona and Zombie Sunday s hold it all together Although I ve been trying to avoid an excess of similes in my own work, Bell constantly surprises with the striking images he can make from the like and the as Nice work.
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Elaine Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
Intelligent, soulful, honest poems with a soft, even tone that moves you on to the next word, the next line A refreshing break from the dominant contemporary NY language school that I find inaccessible, empty and jarring I love these poems by Josh Bell.
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Jimin Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
I ve learned about Ramona and zombies.
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Ashley Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
Incredibly unique, but it flows really well and all feels quite natural Josh Bell makes me proud to be from Indiana
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Janie Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
What a book So fresh unique
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N Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
Gentle handed holy father holy fuck.
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i! Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
1.5 not much of this worked for me when bell slows down to focus on a particular image or scene it s great but most of the time the lines swing from object to object too quickly to really appreciate
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Sandra Apr 11, 2021 - 00:33 AM
I like Josh and I like this book It s really morbid What I learned from this book I learned a lot about Zombies.
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No Planets Strike By Josh Bell No Planets Strike, the debut collection by Josh Bell, reads as a playfully serious record of modernity Subversive in their treatment of the contemporary voice, broad in their subject matter, and often delightfully funny, the poems in this collection have a brilliant ear language.

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