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Museum of Accidents Download Museum Of Accidents Rachel Zucker Varunahuja.live Rachel Zucker May Be Generation X S Likeliest Heir To The Confessional Legacy Of Sylvia Plath, Louise Gl Ck, And Sharon Olds The BelieverRending The Terrorizing Forces Of Modern Existence From Abstraction And Placing Them Directly In Our Laps, Museum Of Accidents Is A Brutally Honest Epic Of Domestic Proportions.Rachel Zucker Is The Author Of Three Collections Of Poetry And Co Editor Of Women Poets On Mentorship Efforts And Affections A Graduate Of The Iowa Writer S Workshop, She Currently Lives In New York City With Her Husband And Three Sons, Where She Is A Certified Labor Doula.


10 thoughts on “Museum of Accidents

  1. says:

    It s been a long time since I ve read a book of poetry cover to cover in the same sitting And it s been a long time since a book truly felt like sustenance I inhaled these poems Perhaps this is because the subject matter or rather, one of the subjects , motherhood, spoke directly to my current situation, but it was the form of the poems that was comfortthan the superficial subject Zucker s poems move headlong through the rubble and gleam of domestic life Fragments, lines of prose, di It s been a long time since I ve read a book of poetry cover to cover in the same sitting And it s been a long time since a book truly felt like sustenance I inhaled these poems Perhaps this is because the subject matter or rather, one of the subjects , motherhood, spoke directly to my current situation, but it was the form of the poems that was comfortthan the superficial subject Zucker s poems move headlong through the rubble and gleam of domestic life Fragments, ...


  2. says:

    Really loving making my way through Rachel Zucker s work, and am becoming a quick convert I love the way she blows up or enlarges or zooms in on domesticity to show its texture which is fraught and fucked and trying, and also a space of unspeakable beauty and love My favorites in this collection What Dark Thing, Long Lines to Stave Off Suicide, Don t Say Anything Beautiful Kiss Me, Sunday Morning, and the ter...


  3. says:

    I guess you could file this under neurotic hipster mom language poetry Zucker s voice has undeniable force, and some of these poems are vivid in their emotional violence and disjointed verse A lot of it, however, feels confessional...


  4. says:

    These poems make me feel less alone.Rachel Zucker is an unflinching poet brutally honest with herself, which I admire and sort of covet It also helps that she s a fierce mother, a doula and natural birth advocate, and a kind and generous person.


  5. says:

    The Wet and North winds both lover us, wanting, bitter,to bring us in close in the small hold.Tongues loll and laze, while the flapand snapping above crazy wanderlust.The basin must candle, keep her passengers,though the hero abandoned the ferry for the real sea.Is nothing worthy Wallet on bench Wallet at home Wallet at rest.The child, even his cries, must the ship balance,makes me wild to right this unhumanly keeling.I have six arms, am the dismembered figurehead,ballast, breasts covered in The Wet and North winds both lover us, wanting, bitter,to bring us in close in the small hold.Tongues loll and laze, while the flapand snapping above crazy wanderlust.The basin must candle, keep her passengers,though the hero abandoned the ferry for the real sea.Is nothing worthy Wallet on bench Wallet at home Wallet at rest.The child, even his cries, must the ship balance,makes me wild to right this un...


  6. says:

    Long form poetry a rarity in itself these days, but well written, too Playful, serious, motherly, exasperated, contemplative, shocked a full range of emotions engaged in quotidian, historical, political, and cultural issues Traditional poetic forms eschewed here but not exchanged for hermetic avant gardism thoughtful, engaging, and accessible poetry Well, a warning about accessible readers uncomfortable with anythingchallenging than the, um, oeuvre of Rod McKuen should avoid this Long form poetry a rarity in itself these days, but well written, too Playful, serious, motherly, exasperated, contemplative, shocked a ful...


  7. says:

    Incredibly smart and brave Sometimes funny, sometimes devastating It is a huge relief to read the work of someone who tells the truth her truth about subjects marriage, motherhood so many people treat in a superficial, Disney ...


  8. says:

    I did not make it through this collection The poems were so poorly written it made my eyes ache After I read Zucker s poem about Spalding Gray the horribly named When All Hands Were Called to Make a Sail , I wanted to throw the book on the ground and walk out o...


  9. says:

    Why am I not writing longer lines Why am I not writing longer poems Why am I not writing


  10. says:

    At times difficult to follow, Museum of Accidents offers long poems that cross over into prose and cross back again that are raw and honest The speakers complain without complaining they simply speak of the realistic happenings of the life of a mother and teacher and wife, and it s not sentiment Finally, in Rachel Zucker we find someone who doesn t praise all that is being a mother and teacher In that honesty, we find how much she really loves being those things The highlights were singular At times difficult to follow, Museum of Accidents offers long poems that cross over into prose and cross back a...


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