[º The Zoo, a Going: The Tropic House || ✓ PDF Read by ✓ J.A. Tyler David McNamara Anne Muntges] #2020


  • Title: The Zoo, a Going: The Tropic House
  • Author: J.A. Tyler David McNamara Anne Muntges
  • ISBN: 9781934513262
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback

  • The Zoo, a Going: The Tropic House By J.A. Tyler David McNamara Anne Muntges Tyler is asking, through his stories What is it to see the words that cover a thing instead of seeing the thing itself Why do we have to name a thing in order to see it Why do we constantly obliterate what s there in front of us in order to resurrect it in our imaginations as something altogether different He asks these questions in a good way, a way that continues to Tyler is asking, through his stories What is it to see the words that cover a thing instead of seeing the thing itself Why do we have to name a thing in order to see it Why do we constantly obliterate what s there in front of us in order to resurrect it in our imaginations as something altogether different He asks these questions in a good way, a way that continues to quest, rather than seeking to obliterate the questions with answers Ken Sparling, author of Book and Dad Says He Saw You At the Mall
    J.A. Tyler David McNamara Anne Muntges
    J A Tyler is the author of the poetry collection Variations of a Brother War, the collaborative novel No One Told Me I Was Going to Disappear co authored with John Dermot Woods , and the hybrid novellas Water and Colony Collapse His work has appeared with Diagram, Sleepingfish, Caketrain, The Fairytale Review, New York Tyrant, Black Warrior Review, and others For , visit chokeonthesewords.

    The Zoo, a Going: The Tropic House By J.A. Tyler David McNamara Anne Muntges

    Commentaires:

    Andrea DeAngelis
    From the very first story, The Tree Snake, these pieces cut at the wick of language and damage, the damage that cruel words can do The young narrator s perspective is like an exacto knife cutting out my heart I will never forget it.You know those neighbors that you fear, the ones you suspect are treating their children viciously, how you can only make out snippets of their shouting and suspected thwacks Well, J.A Tyler s stories are like that, except you re thrust into the room at the worst tran [...]

    David
    This is a very interesting book of microfiction moments In an extremely short space Tyler creates his child and uses him to paint this picture without looking at anything directly Child perspective is great for speaking between the lines about something like this and Tyler uses it marvelously The stories are so short yet have so much below the surface, it s almost like prose poetry In any event, it is a wonderful little book.

    J.A.
    via Andrea DeAngelis From the very first story, The Tree Snake, these pieces cut at the wick of language and damage, the damage that cruel words can do The young narrator s perspective is like an exacto knife cutting out my heart I will never forget it You know those neighbors that you fear, the ones you suspect are treating their children viciously, how you can only make out snippets of their shouting and suspected thwacks Well, J.A Tyler s stories are like that, except you re thrust into the r [...]

    Leah Angstman
    Here s my review alt current 2013.

    J.A.

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