Fantasy Ben Fama s Fantasy operates in a world of Internet glamor and lonely st century adulthood through various other sorts of intimacies that happen through global production Fama s language and affec

  • Title: Fantasy
  • Author: Ben Fama
  • ISBN: 9781937027476
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ben Fama s Fantasy operates in a world of Internet, glamor, and lonely 21st century adulthood, through various other sorts of intimacies that happen through global production Fama s language and affect flatten desire while they maintain a tone of struggle and longing Fantasy works at the question of how to spend time while alive in a humanity close to burnout, where theBen Fama s Fantasy operates in a world of Internet, glamor, and lonely 21st century adulthood, through various other sorts of intimacies that happen through global production Fama s language and affect flatten desire while they maintain a tone of struggle and longing Fantasy works at the question of how to spend time while alive in a humanity close to burnout, where the value of one s own labor is as inconclusive as the profits of intimacy The need for things butts up against the living nihilism of late capitalism.

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    1. I read this book during a snowshoeing trip in the San Juan Mountains, which made a weird kind of sense. The pages are smeared a little with charcoal from the wood fire. It felt good to read pop culture while away from it. It was like when I came back from the trip, I was coming back to something different.

    2. A great book, in the same zone as Monica McClure's and Andrew Durbin's style/tone/voicing. However, I found I was less enthused as I spent more time with the book. Often the line-turns border on non-sequitor, and the repetition of luxury items only holds as a critique of luxury in one's mind for so long. Some of the shorter poems "Normsy" and "The Line of Beauty" don't seem to add much; neither, really do the overt Frank O'Hara call-outs - the book itself serves as a Frank O'Hara call-out w/o ha [...]

    3. This book is really beautifully designed. A great cover. Feels good in the hands. The opening poem is a strong choice for the front end of the book. I was really mourning Ashbery longer than I thought I would, and this worry Fama's speaker expresses about missing Ashbery when he rebrands cuts pretty deep, orients it against this petty material question of brand—which is its own mess amongst my younger poet pals, all determined to stay as 'on-brand' as possible on twitter and in poetry (the mat [...]

    4. From HFR contributor Carolyn DeCarlo's review:"In Fantasy, Fama invites the reader to gaze in at his constructs through double-paned glass, a desensitizing vacuum separating the heat of the reader’s body from the chilled text inside. The reader is left window-shopping for Los Angeles, Paris, Tumblr, New York, lifestyles unattainable in their upkeep and rigor/rigueur. Similar to Covet, Fama’s ostensible removal of the necessity of choice allows the reader to play out these fantasies, overlaid [...]

    5. A very current and fabulating read.Fame takes us to the very near reality to then obscure everything and play with us as readers. He makes pop cultural references, varies his style a lot and never stand still.This collection of poetry was very entertaining whilst clever made.i especially liked the title poem.

    6. Let's start with the cover: Stunning, and absolutely gorgeous. On the inside, the book is icy and smart, ironizing our current economic and political climate with a sharp eye for detail and nonsense vernacular.

    7. There are so many types of luxury to be worshiped, person-handled or turned into designer water here. All beautiful, all sad, all worth exploring.

    8. The world of Internet, hollywood stars and cyberspeak presented in Ben Fama’s debut creates a curious effect when employed as content and language for a poetry book. The New-York-City-surroundings of the author permeate every line and page of his poetic narration which both struggles and questions a trembling emotional awareness disturbed by trivial references and empowered by the first person perspective. The contemporary culture – hanging in the balance of its contradictory inconsistency [...]

    9. Much of this book may not stand the test of time, but so what? These poems don't shy away from the moment they're emerging from, and Fama indulges in every interests throughout this. Favorites include Moët, Like, The Line of Beauty, and the amazing 1280 x 768.60 Hz (the last a poem that made Fama feel like kin to a future me).

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