Poetry. COP KISSER is a book of 18 poems in a variety of modes. Some are quasiconceptual, some repetitively relational, and some are hyperactive lyric collage. These modes have been ordered intuitively into what appears as a totalizing structure. Thus, it's a big book, and deceptively so. Really there are only about two ideas in here. See if you can find them all! But be careful: don't let COP KISSER fool you. It doesn't want to know what it's about, and wasn't written for the betterment of the reader. In fact, it was barely written. It's just one of those things that showed up one day and refused to leave—like love, enemies, or authorship.
Author City: BROOKLYN, NY USA
He is the author of AGONY (BookThug, 2012), COP KISSER (BookThug, 2010) and PAD (Make Now Press, 2010). He co-curates the Segue Reading Series and occasionally curates and edits other things too. He lives in NYC.
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