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Title : Inside the Blood Factory
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ISBN : 9780385052993
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 96 Pages
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Inside the Blood Factory Reviews

  • SmarterLilac
    2018-12-24 08:25

    Wow. I confess, I have never really taken Diane Wakoski's poetry very seriously. Perhaps this is because the anthologies in which I read it reduced her work to a few of the mournful poems about her father/family conflicts, or pieces that seem vaguely political in nature.This book is full of creativity and heart. Its unbridled forms run wild and free over the page, reminding me of both the sincerity of ordinary conversation and the harsh, statement oriented world of a spoken word performace. I think this writing marks the point in American literature in which modern free verse comes into its own: open, even explosive, experimental and emotional. I wonder if the poems of Sharon Olds could have existed without Wakoski's contribution to the genre?I also confess to getting a sense of deep personal satisfaction from this book; I thought I was the only one who'd written about the astrological signifcance of the days of the week, or been enthralled by the symbology of the Tarot. I want these selections to be in the anthologies, too.

  • Deb Huston
    2019-01-17 08:10

    I had the great fortune to study with Ms. Wakoski as a poetry student at Simon's Rock College, MA. She was a visiting poet to Robert Hahn's class and I was changed forever by her perspective, her intelligence and her talent. I own almost every one of her books and love them all, equally. In 2011, I saw her read at the Beyond Baroque Gallery in Venice, CA. I brought all her books with me and she signed her newest collection, The Diamond Dog while we had a brief but fun chat about her time with us at SR. Her reading that night as always was fabulous.If you want to understand the emergence and influence of the Beat poets of the 60's, you have to read Diane Wakoski. She is meticulous, unsparing and unapologetic. She is a master poet, not to be missed.Some of her awards:William Carlos Williams Award for her book Emerald Ice.Guggenheim Foundation grantNational Endowment for the Arts grantFulbright Grant

  • Jeffrey Bumiller
    2019-01-09 07:07

    This was a huge disappointment. I have had this book on my shelf for as long as I can remember (I have no idea where it came from.) It's a cool looking edition from 1968, yellowing pages, smells great, like an old book should. So, I finally got around to reading it, and I was excited about it especially after finding out that Wakoski lived with La Monte Young in New York in the 1960's. Unfortunately, there was almost nothing gripping about these poems. They were structurally boring, almost sloppy, and certainly uninteresting. Some of these poems have absolutely cringe inducing lines like, "No one has loved me with out trying to destroy me/There is no part of me that is not armoured,/there is no moment when I am not expecting attack,/there is no one I trust/there is no love left in me that is not a wildflower." Ugh, jeez.

  • Allison
    2018-12-31 09:21

    This is probably the first poetry book that really changed me as a person. I received it from an aunt who knew I had an interest in poetry and I just devoured every gorgeous syllable. Beauty and pain and lonliness but not without hope. It's hard to describe but infinitely wonderful.

  • Lalamich
    2019-01-03 06:57

    maybe i'm just in love with her, but another good one. not as good as motorcycle betrayal poems, but still good.

  • Jake Cooper
    2018-12-24 05:56

    My first beat poet. Reads like a jazz club open mic satire?Is it your blood I carry in a test tube,my arm,to let fall, crack, and spill on the sidewalk

  • Kate
    2019-01-07 10:00

    My third & final read for national poetry month.

  • Ben
    2018-12-24 02:04

    I loved this book... particularly its tone and use of memoir. It even has a series of poems dedicate to the Tarot... Cool!