sad boy/detective

sad boy detective Poetry LGBT Studies From his first appearance on the page we knew he was bound for something unsolvable But a little thing like futility can t stop our hero from holding up a magnifying glass to a wo

  • Title: sad boy/detective
  • Author: Sam Sax
  • ISBN: 9781625579508
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry LGBT Studies From his first appearance on the page, we knew he was bound for something unsolvable But a little thing like futility can t stop our hero from holding up a magnifying glass to a world so bright it s impossible to understand In this searching, provocative collection of coming of age sonnets, the sad boy detective listens close, collects the evidePoetry LGBT Studies From his first appearance on the page, we knew he was bound for something unsolvable But a little thing like futility can t stop our hero from holding up a magnifying glass to a world so bright it s impossible to understand In this searching, provocative collection of coming of age sonnets, the sad boy detective listens close, collects the evidence, and reimagines the strange landscapes of a life, a body, a boy, a self Through a questioning, fervent lens, sam sax s SAD BOY DETECTIVE reminds us how deeply bizarre and at times undecipherable all this existence stuff truly is Sam Sax s SAD BOY DETECTIVE uses the unholy sonnet in ways that would make Jarman marvel and sigh The entirety of this volume destabilizes our ideas of what it means to write the coming of age novel, what it means to be undetectable And Sax is forever fighting the fight of a poet who is made aware of his separation from the world by the fact that he is in sorrow, sex, danger, or celebration moored to all he sees because his seeing is a searchlight Jericho Brown The SAD BOY DETECTIVE of this book is on the case of his biggest mystery yet the strangeness of existence itself Reading these cleverly serialized sonnets is like pressing your ear to a door full of wonders you re unsure you re prepared to inherit The book enacts a powerful awakening Sam Sax is a terrific emerging poet Like a sleuth with a magnifying glass, you re going to want to follow him everywhere Dobby Gibson

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    1. Sax's sonnets in "sad boy/detective" investigate boyhood, coming-of-age, and sexuality in a frank and lyrical ways. In "the boy detective searches for love," he finds it in "the mirror's veil falling in the eyes of another / boy across the cafeteria counter." And in this world, where "the boy detective dresses up as a girl detective" the reader learns that "halloween is a night when people dress up exactly who they are." I highly recommend this chapbook from Black Lawrence, and I am looking forw [...]

    2. Really enjoyed this. Didn't even catch that they're sonnets until coming onto to post this (my library copy is a plain hardback with no blurbs on the back cover), but it makes sense as a form for this character and the way he sees the world. I'll be reading this again before it goes back to the library.

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