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by Jane Gregory

  • ISBN: 0988464314
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Jane Gregory
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Song Cave (May 1, 2013)
  • Pages: 81
  • ePub book: 1740 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1346 kb
  • Other: mbr doc azw lit
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 493

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Jane Gregory is from Tucson, Arizona. She has an MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop and is currently working towards a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley.

Jane Gregory is from Tucson, Arizona. She lives in Berkeley, California.

Affirming disaster and its beyond, these poems sing toward belief-a self-made belief that will not rely on any static symbol or logic or idol. Gregory's dynamic, unpredictable enactments of the modern world avow vulnerability to a belief compatible Poetry.

Jane Gregory's new (first) book, My Enemies (The Song Cave 2013), is given a close-read by Charles Altieri, writing for .

Jane Gregory's new (first) book, My Enemies (The Song Cave 2013), is given a close-read by Charles Altieri, writing for Feedback (the critical theory blog-arm of Open Humanities Press). To think of a book you will not write is to confuse author and reader, since one must justify this decision through internal dialogue.

Affirming disaster and its beyond, these poems sing toward beliefa self-made belief that will not rely on any static symbol or logic or idol. Gregory's dynamic, unpredictable enactments of the modern world avow vulnerability to a belief compatible with self-consciousness.

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Where does Jane Gregory’s My Enemies fit into that? This is the sound of the sun on a loop says the first line of her book. Which is a way of imaging the infinite. Meaning, if you were asked to imagine that asymptotic moment that is approaching infinity yet not quite reaching infinity, the moment of almost infinite attention, you might use the sun, a looping image of the sun, because the sun is powerful and big.

My Enemies & I is an American rock band formed in Richmond, Virginia in 2010

My Enemies & I is an American rock band formed in Richmond, Virginia in 2010. Currently signed to Fearless Records, the band's lineup consists of Jeff Hill (vocals), Zach Jones (lead guitar), Brandon Sellitti (rhythm guitar), Ryan Ganster (drums), and Cameron Perry (bass). They have released two EPs, We Will Become Ghosts and Sick World as well as one studio album The Beast Inside. The band signed with Fearless Records in September 2015. Shortly afterwards, they released their Sick World EP.

Poetry. Jane Gregory's MY ENEMIES records a poet's search for meaning in a landscape of combined and dissolving definitions. Affirming disaster and its beyond, these poems sing toward belief—a self-made belief that will not rely on any static symbol or logic or idol. Gregory's dynamic, unpredictable enactments of the modern world avow vulnerability to a belief compatible with self-consciousness. Sometimes triumphant, sometimes overcome or self-ruinous, MY ENEMIES never halts in its search for definition, even when it claims to not have been written—as in the serial "Book I Will Not Write" poems. Each poem here establishes a new, necessary material and mode for our uncertain world that can offer its readers something to believe in; despite forces internal and external that try to undo us, Gregory's poems redo that undoing until "my enemies" becomes instead "my eyes many," a new sonic way of seeing."When Jane Gregory speaks of 'enemies' she speaks of those elements that (following Valéry) ravage books and people alike: fire, humidity, wild animals, time, and their own inner content. Gregory knows how to let those elementals run free in her own words, and to make a friend of their disequilibrating energy. Her work renews romanticism in the twilight of time, knowing that even the spelling of words is the spilling of everything they cannot say. Here, the poet has overwritten the multiples of her 'Book I Will Not Write' with 'the fire in the ocean'—with words that, reduced to their very atoms, 'in the dark: s,i,n,g.'"—Andrew Joron"Jane Gregory's MY ENEMIES is a collection of high-stepping verses of live wires where every phrase is a detonation od swings, breaks and pops! Thrillers 'suitable for blasting' (viz. 'guncotton')—pages of startling figures, near rhymes and off rhymes, psychological, philosophical, ecological myths and near myths, sci-fi and paranormal references, and the multiple 'Book[s] I Will Not Write.' Look at the word 'struggle' enough times in one stanza, and you suddenly see infinity, and as Baudelaire wrote, 'There is no point as sharp as that of the Infinite.' This book is 'so gone beyond' any you've ever seen."—Norma Cole"Jane Gregory seems to take seriously Robert Duncan's claim that 'I make poetry as other men make war or make love or make states or revolutions.' In MY ENEMIES she lays claim to his statement on her own terms when she says 'I recognize the tongue of the wolf / before it is in the wolf's mouth.' Or, one might also say, she has written an adventurous first book."—Peter Gizzi