Sunday, February 14, 2016

New From Tearoom Books: Don't Stop Until Incinerated by Gary Cummiskey

Gary Cummiskey's Don't Stop Until Incinerated is a short collection of poems that inhabit a desolate, disquieting place, a place in which the fabric of reality is threadbare. Cummiskey has mastered the art of minimalist unease, yet there are also moments of dark humour in these 26 starkly elegant poems, characterised by his iconoclastic surrealism.

Western Cinema’s Racist Heart by Vashna Jagarnath

"The recent challenge to white hegemony in Hollywood has been a long time coming. It’s not just Hollywood that is blind to its racism."

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"Don't let the doctors and their worst case Sanrio bring you down."

HT: Eva Jackson