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The spectral wilderness

Oliver Bendorf

The spectral wilderness

poems

by Oliver Bendorf

  • 310 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize, 2013

Statementby Oliver Bendorf
SeriesWick poetry first book series, Wick poetry first book series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3602.E4656 A6 2015
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 72 pages
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27210251M
ISBN 101606352113
ISBN 109781606352113
LC Control Number2014015059
OCLC/WorldCa881280038

The Spectral Wilderness Bendorf, Oliver Published by The Kent State University Press Bendorf, Oliver. The Spectral Wilderness. The Kent State University Press, Cited by: 1. The cover of Oliver Bendorf's first book, The Spectral Wilderness, promises a transformation equally violent and beautiful—a tadpole into a frog—the transformation of one body into a new body that has been inside it all along, a transitioning of gender. This poet takes an incredible risk: rather than hide the transition and reveal the.

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Stunningly lyrical and beautifully theoretical, The Spectral Wilderness is an invitation one cannot turn down; the book calls us to travel with Bendorf, to study the topography of becoming because “what we used to be matters” in the way The spectral wilderness book language matters—however fleeting, however mistaken, however contradictory it might be.”.

The Spectral Wilderness is one of my all-time favorite books of poetry. Bendorf acknowledges the body as a site of transformation of all kinds, both real and surreal. This book is required reading for anyone who loves poetry, who loves the line between the fantastical and the mundane, who appreciates complexities and questions without clear Cited by: 1.

The Spectral Wilderness book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It's a joyto come nearer to a realm of experience littl /5. Stunningly lyrical and beautifully theoretical, The Spectral Wilderness is an invitation one cannot turn down; the book calls us to travel with Bendorf, to study the topography of becoming because ‘what we used to be matters’ in the way that language matters—however fleeting, however mistaken, however contradictory it might be Cited by: 1.

‘The Spectral Wilderness’ by Oliver Bendorf. Author: Douglas Ray J In one of Oliver Bendorf’s poems, near the end of his Wick Poetry Prize-winning collection The Spectral Wilderness, he says, “Road sign says OVID 9 MILES,” and thus invokes the Roman Golden Age poet of The Metamorphoses, Publius Ovidius Naso (known to us, simply as Ovid).

Stunningly lyrical and beautifully theoretical, The Spectral Wilderness is an invitation one cannot turn down; the book calls us to travel with Bendorf, to study the topography of becoming because "what we used to be matters" in the way that language matters--however fleeting, however mistaken, however contradictory it might be.".

The poetry in Oliver Bendorf’s collection, The Spectral Wilderness, lives and breathes in the crevices between identity and existence. From that lens, these poems explore transformation, uncertainty, yearning, and true feeling in a world between seasons, between life. Stunningly lyrical and beautifully theoretical, The Spectral Wilderness is an invitation one cannot turn down; the book calls us to travel with Bendorf, to study the topography of becoming because "what we used to be matters" in the way that language matters—however fleeting, however mistaken, however contradictory it might be.".

The spectral wilderness: poems. [Oliver Bendorf] -- Winner of the Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize--Mark Doty, Judge. what might glisten and burn inside. The Spectral Wilderness is a wonderful book."--Ross Gay, author of Against Which and Bringing the Shovel Down.

Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "The spectral. The Spectral Wilderness is a wonderful book.” — Ross Gay “Bendorf’s collection indeed opens the door to a spectral wilderness, an otherworldly pastoral, a queer ecology endlessly transformed by possibility, grief, and the unruly wanting of our names and bodies.

The Spectral Wilderness is a wonderful book. —Ross Gay —Ross Gay It’s a joyto come nearer to a realm of experience little explored in American poetry, the lives of those who are engaged in the complex project of transforming their own gender. Stunningly lyrical and beautifully theoretical, The Spectral Wilderness is an invitation one cannot turn down; the book calls us to travel with Bendorf, to study the topography of becoming because “what we used to be matters” in the way that language matters—however fleeting, however mistaken, however contradictory it might be.”Brand: The Kent State University Press.

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The spectral wilderness: poems. [Oliver Bendorf] -- At the chalkboard -- Thanks for everything, Leland Cooper -- The woodlot -- Extremophilia -- Provincetown -- The spectral wilderness -- Caper in which we masquerade as braver than we feel -- The forgotten dialect of # Wick poetry first book series.\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n.

Stunningly lyrical and beautifully theoretical, The Spectral Wilderness is an invitation one cannot turn down; the book calls us to travel with Bendorf, to study the topography of becoming because what we used to be matters in the way that language matters however fleeting, however mistaken, however contradictory it might be.—.

His debut full-length collection, The Spectral Wilderness, was selected by Mark Doty for the Stan & Tom Wick Poetry Prize, and released by Kent State University Press in His second collection, Advantages of Being Evergreen, was selected for the Open Book Poetry Competition from Cleveland State University Poetry Center, and was Born: J (age 32), Iowa City, Iowa, US.

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The Spectral Wilderness by Oliver Bendorf Oliver Bendorf writes in the poem “Ghost Dog,” “I miss things sometimes that I cannot locate in the heart.” Art is a form of preservation.

Poems in The Spectral Wilderness observe, interrogate, and record the subtle shifts in mind, body, and relationships through the process ofAuthor: Rachel Sahaidachny. OLIVER BENDORF is a cartoonist, librarian, and first book, The Spectral Wilderness, selected by Mark Doty for the Wick Poetry Prize was reviewed widely and greeted with high his introduction, Doty wrote: “It’s a joy to come nearer to a realm of experience little explored in American poetry, the lives of those who are engaged in the complex project of transforming.

In its simplest terms, The Spectral Wilderness (winner of the Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize) is a collection of poems that revolve around the biological and cultural transition from woman to man.

This transition is the edifice upon which the entire book is built. So much of the power found in this collection is a bi-product of the resistance to change, and the animosity a person must.The Spectral Wilderness Wick Poetry First Book # Oliver Bendorf: Books -