Poetry. LGBT Studies. Inspired by Ovid's instructional Ars Amatoria, with overtones of Renaissance sonnet cycles, ADVICE FOR LOVERS is a highly wrought volume of poems. Intricately formal but saucy and contemporary in diction, ADVICE FOR LOVERS walks a fine line between the anything goes orthography of the Elizabethans and the shifting etymologies of James Joyce. Sexy, kinky, disquieting, ADVICE FOR LOVERS blazes an erotic trail into the twenty-first century.
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Julian T. Brolaski is the author of GOWANUS ATROPOLIS (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2011) and ADVICE FOR LOVERS (City Lights Publishers, 2012), as well as the chapbooks Hellish Death Monsters (Spooky Press, 2001), Letters to Hank Williams (True West Press, 2003), The Daily Usonian (Atticus/Finch, 2004), Madame Bovary's Diary (Cy Press, 2005), and A Buck in a Corridor (flynpyntar, 2008). Brolaski lives in Brooklyn where xe is an editor at Litmus Press, curates vaudeville shows, and plays country music with The Low & the Lonesome. Author City: BROOKLYN, NY USA