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Author: Kristin Prevallet
ISBN: 097039523X
Language: English
Pages: 77 pages
Category: Poetry
Publisher: Skanky Possum; First Edition edition (January 1, 2002)
Rating: 4.5
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The poems in Scratch Sides, which Prevallet refers to as her Image-Text Projects, address wide-ranging topics, from love and politics to chance encounters on the street.

The poems in Scratch Sides, which Prevallet refers to as her Image-Text Projects, address wide-ranging topics, from love and politics to chance encounters on the street.

Art. The poems in SCRATCH SIDES, which Prevallet refers to as her Image-Text Projects, address wide-ranging topics, from love and politics to chance encounters on the street.

Kristin Prevallet (b. 1966 in Denver) is an American poet and essayist who currently lives and works in New York City. Scratch Sides: Poetry, Documentation, and Image-Text Projects, Skanky Possum Press, 2003. Prevallet studied with Robert Creeley at SUNY Buffalo and has described herself as working in the tradition of William Carlos Williams, Charles Olson and the ongoing stream of American high modernists. Perturbation, My Sister: A Study of Max Ernst's Hundred Headless Woman, First Intensity, 1997. Emulation Etudes New Haven, CT: Phylum Press, 2002. Red, San Francisco, CA: Second Story Books, 2001.

Kristin Prevallet - Kristin Prevallet was born on December 17, 1966, in. .Sides: Poetry Documentation and Image-text Projects (Skanky Possum.

Kristin Prevallet - Kristin Prevallet was born on December 17, 1966, in Denver, Colorado  . Prevallet is the author of five books of poetry: Everywhere Here and In Brooklyn (A Four Quartets) (Belladonna, 2012); I, Afterlife: Essay in Mourning Time (Essay Press, 2007); Shadow Evidence Intelligence (Factory School, 2007); Scratch Sides: Poetry Documentation and Image-text Projects (Skanky Possum, 2004); and Perturbation, My Sister (First Intensity Press, 1999).

Scratch Sides: Poetry, Documentation, and Image-Text Projects, Skanky Possum Press, 2003. Red, San Francisco, CA: Second Story Books, 2001

Scratch Sides: Poetry, Documentation, and Image-Text Projects, Skanky Possum Press, 2003. Inside the Belly of the Iceman, Portland, ME: OASIA Broadside Series 2001. Selections from The Parasite Poems, Cambridge, UK: Barque Press, 1999.

Kristin Prevallet's biography and life story. Kristin Prevallet (b. Prevallet studied with Robert Creeley at SUNY Buffa. I, Afterlife: Essay in Mourning Time, Essay Press, 2007. Shadow Evidence Intelligence, Factory School, 2006.

In Scratch Sides, Kristin Prevallet compiles poetry, documentation and image-text prjoects which present the reader with work that is not only verbally charged but also visually stimulating. In "Lead, Glass, and Poppy" Prevallet takes an approach similar to that of Susan Griffin in "Our Secret", juxtaposing different ideas with actual articles that initially appear unrelated.

Poet, translator and teacher Kristin Prevallet proposes ideas for revising traditional views of poetic inspiration that derive from the Romantic/Lyric school of contemporary poetics.

ISBN: 097039523X paper. Poet, translator and teacher Kristin Prevallet proposes ideas for revising traditional views of poetic inspiration that derive from the Romantic/Lyric school of contemporary poetics. Her views on inspiration are informed heavily by �douard Glissant’s ideas in Poetics of Relation, encompassing both his rhizomatic view of Relational poetry as an enmeshed, intertwining root system, much stronger and more diverse than a single root.

Prevallet, Kristin (2002b) Scratch Sides: Poetry Documentation, and Image-Text Projects. Austin, TX: Skanky Possum Press. Retallack, Joan (2003) ThePoethical Wager. Berkeley: University of California Press. Retallack, Joan and Juliana Spahr (2006) Poetry and Pedagogy: the Challenge of the Contemporary (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan). Saper, Craig (2001) Networked Art. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Poetry. Art. The poems in SCRATCH SIDES, which Prevallet refers to as her Image-Text Projects, address wide-ranging topics, from love and politics to chance encounters on the street. Prevallet has been contemplating these themes throughout her many years as a poet and co-editor of the literary magazine 'Apex of the M'. "Walking down the street, one inevitably encounters a wide range of passers-by. Eye contact usually results in an immediate lowering of the eyes, to assure the person with whom eye contact was made that the glance was absolutely accidental" - from "Passers-by." Accompanied by documentary style photographs as well as charts and graphs.