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All Around What Empties Out

All Around What Empties Out Poetry Asian American Studies Given that there are two kinds of readers in English those who are passionate fans of the poetry of Linh Dinh and those who have yet to read his writing ALL AROUND WHAT

  • Title: All Around What Empties Out
  • Author: Linh Dinh
  • ISBN: 9781930068193
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Asian American Studies Given that there are two kinds of readers in English, those who are passionate fans of the poetry of Linh Dinh and those who have yet to read his writing, ALL AROUND WHAT EMPTIES OUT is a major event, too long overdue These are works without waste, with the driest sense of humor and, throughout, an underlying feel for the pain of living thPoetry Asian American Studies Given that there are two kinds of readers in English, those who are passionate fans of the poetry of Linh Dinh and those who have yet to read his writing, ALL AROUND WHAT EMPTIES OUT is a major event, too long overdue These are works without waste, with the driest sense of humor and, throughout, an underlying feel for the pain of living that calls to mind Kathy Acker as much as Kafka Ron Silliman Lihn Dinh is the author of a collection of stories, Fake House Seven Stories Press 2000 Published by Subpress A A Arts Tinfish.

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    1. janet on said:

      He is not for the squeamish but I loved reading this and will be reading more and more because a colleague who has her office down the hall from me loaned me a bunch of his books, a few of which she published in her small press, Tinfish. Linh stayed at her house when he came to do a few readings. He does remind me of Kafka, the absurdists, really dry humor that makes me guffaw, and then suddenly I find myself in a Vietnam stripped of all the sentimentality and yet loved as a bleak fact.Most trad [...]

    2. Y.Z. on said:

      Went to his reading -- pretty sure he was drunk. At one point he played background music and whispered an entire poem into the microphone. I startled the shit out of him when I took a picture. It was a polaroid camera.

    3. Scott on said:

      utter opposite of the quietude of more academic writers. These abstract quasi surrealistic lyrics possess a caustic wit unheard of in academic circles; he also writes brutally realistic accounts of the down and out in Philadelphia that riff off the essays of Joe Bageant. As far from the granola hipster world of my corner of the world as you can get and stay in the borders of the same country.

    4. Stephen on said:

      I love Tinfish Press; I also absolutely love "The Dead" from this collection among many other gems!

    5. Jimmy on said:

      I guess I don't match up with the other reviewers here. Here's a link to the author and his book: wwwwsonneteighteencom

    6. Adam P. on said:

      Edgar Allen Poe loved potty humor. James Joyce loved potty humor. Linh Dinh loves potty humor. Coincidence? No, not really.

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