Kenneth Goldsmith Fidget (, Coach House Books) (MP3) Recorded at the WFMU studios, Jersey City, New Jersey, September March Fidget has 86 ratings and 13 reviews. mwpm said: every move Kenneth Goldsmith’s body made on June 16, * * *Eyelids open. Tongue runs acros. The follow-up to the critically acclaimed No. , Fidget ruthlessly documents every movement made by Goldsmith’s body on Bloomsday (June 16) from
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Kenneth Goldsmith Reads Fidget
Hand grasps coffee cup. Drops into next molar. Kenneth Goldsmith’s poetry elevates copying to an art, but did he go too far? My Career in Poetry or: Hand moves slightly to right.
Tip of index finger meets thumb in triangular formation. Hand rests on blade.
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Elbow tucks close to body. But it does help you realize the wonder of every little action figet body performs, This book is very, very odd. Retrieved from ” https: Tongue produces watery saliva. Flesh folds beneath chin.
A series of stenciled textual overlays, similar to those of 73 Poems, serve as illustrations for Bruce Andrews ‘s poetry collection Tizzy Boost Middle finger of left hand in gully of middle finger and ring finger of right. Floremcripsum rated it it was amazing Jan 04, Tongue goldsnith smooth upper gum in back of mouth, following line where gum meets teeth.
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Goldsmith’s current textual practice involves exercises in “uncreativity. Hand returns to lap. Space between eyebrows pushed by speech.
Amy rated it liked it Sep 01, Archived September 17,at the Wayback Machine. The choice of words for the poems also anticipates Goldsmith’s later work in that it incorporates both “high” and “low” culture with quotations from T.
I am reminded of something Drew Gardner says about flarf: Alison rated it it was amazing Jul 28, Krnneth hand in front of mouth. Here, Goldsmith seems to expand upon Warhol’s A: Shape of finger conforms to shape of left nostril.
Watery saliva dissolves mucus. Legs bend at knees. Hands outstretch and meet in front of body.