Pop artists often get praised or criticized for their use of commercial imagery, and yet their contributions-particularly to literature-are generally ignored in preference to a focus on precisely this sort of "lowbrow" iconography.
|Publisher:||Dalkey Archive Press|
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Andy Fitch's most recent books are SIXTY MORNING WALKS and SIXTY MORNING TALKS, both published by Ugly Duckling Presse in 2014, Pop Poetics: Reframing Joe Brainard, and his collaboration with Amaranth Borsuk, AS WE KNOW (Subito Press, 2014). His second collaboration with Jon Cotner, following TEN WALKS/TWO TALKS (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2010), CONVERSATIONS OVER STOLEN FOOD, will be published by 1913 Press in 2015. For Letter Machine Editions, he and Cristiana Baik are currently assembling THE LETTER MACHINE BOOK OF INTERVIEWS. Fitch edits The Conversant and Essay Press. He teaches in the University of Wyoming's MFA program.
Table of Contents
Author's Note ix
Introduction: Blowing up Paper Bags to Pop: Joe Brainard's Almost Autobiographical Assemblage 3
Chapter 1 Personal/Perspectivist Space: Pop Poetry's Differential Calculus 43
Chapter 2 Serial Alternatives: Additive, Translatable, Productivist Poetry 75
Chapter 3 Serial Sixties: Monet, Warhol, Brainard 119
Chapter 4 Serial Realism: Poetic Narrative in Perspectives 159
Works Cited 238