Among the Leaves: Queer Male Poets on the Midwestern Experience

  • Title: Among the Leaves: Queer Male Poets on the Midwestern Experience
  • Author: Raymond Luczak Walter Beck Michael Kiesow Moore Timothy Murphy William Reichard Gregg Shapiro Jim Stewart Whittier Strong
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback
  • Among the Leaves Queer Male Poets on the Midwestern Experience Among the Leaves Queer Male Poets on the Midwestern Experience poetry anthology In Among the Leaves queer male poets share stories what it means to live in the Midwest We learn what it s like for
    Among the Leaves Queer Male Poets on the Midwestern Experience poetry anthology In Among the Leaves, 18 queer male poets share stories what it means to live in the Midwest We learn what it s like for them to play football and come up short We feel their lingering effects of bullying We experience the undeniable power of seasons affecting their moods as they ache for aAmong the Leaves Queer Male Poets on the Midwestern Experience poetry anthology In Among the Leaves, 18 queer male poets share stories what it means to live in the Midwest We learn what it s like for them to play football and come up short We feel their lingering effects of bullying We experience the undeniable power of seasons affecting their moods as they ache for a meaningful connection We learn what it means to celebrate in spite of the odds against them But than anything, we discover anew through their poems the redemptive power of love and renewal among the leaves growing and falling The poetry in Among the Leaves crackles to life across plains both arid and wintry, from first crushes on grain fed jock boys to fathers brandishing Bibles, guns, and catcher s mitts The Midwest is brought into sharp focus by a group of top notch poets unafraid to explode the myth of the American heartland and expose the gritty, hard scrabble realities of growing up gay there I can t remember an anthology so full of varied voices and styles that so deftly defines a region Collin Kelley, author of Render and Slow to Burn squaresandrebels

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    1. What does it mean to be a Midwesterner? This is the question Raymond Luczak poses in the foreword. If the collection of poetry included within its 126 pages tell us anything, Among the Leaves indicates the Midwest to be a place where conformity and niceties reign, but where sentiments of feeling trapped, suppressed, and unwelcome are just as prevalent. It is safe and austere, where strong work ethic and the normalcy and simplicity of every day life is celebrated.When I read and reread these poem [...]

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    2. I enjoyed Luczak's collection of thoughtful and deeply personal poetry from queer Midwestern men. I found that it did not fully compare to the depth of the poetry collected in it's companion piece "When We Become Weavers" which featured a more diverse collection of authors in terms of gender, race, and socioeconomic class. I enjoy both of these collections because they walk such a line of refined and gorgeous poems and some a little rougher around the edges. There were a couple of poems that had [...]

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