Tiny, Frantic, Stronger

Tiny, Frantic, Stronger By Jeff Latosik, Tiny Frantic Stronger PMIn Tiny Frantic Stronger Jeff Latosik takes up the questionof durability and longevity in an age of ephemerals and instant gratification In gritty urban poems ancient and elemental forces collide
  • Title: Tiny, Frantic, Stronger
  • Author: Jeff Latosik
  • ISBN: 9781897178959
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tiny, Frantic, Stronger By Jeff Latosik, PMIn Tiny, Frantic, Stronger, Jeff Latosik takes up the questionof durability and longevity in an age of ephemerals and instant gratification In gritty urban poems,ancient and elemental forces collide with the sophisticatedinfrastructures of modern life, a system thatbrings with it not only incredible strength but alsoprofound vulnerability These poems probe the presPMIn Tiny, Frantic, Stronger, Jeff Latosik takes up the questionof durability and longevity in an age of ephemerals and instant gratification In gritty urban poems,ancient and elemental forces collide with the sophisticatedinfrastructures of modern life, a system thatbrings with it not only incredible strength but alsoprofound vulnerability These poems probe the pressurepoints where notions of physical, psychological,and technological strength continually threaten toerupt into their opposites, and they ask the question what aspects of our daily lives will actually last beyondthe here and now, beyond their own inherent limitationsof time and plac
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    About "Jeff Latosik"

    1. Jeff Latosik

      Jeff Latosik is the author of Tiny, Frantic, Stronger, a collection of poems that won the 2011 Trillium Award for poetry and was shortlisted for the Gerald Lampert and Relit awards His work has been published widely in Canada in magazines such as The Walrus, Maisonneuve, and the Literary Review of Canada, and journals such as the Malahat Review, Grain, and Prairie Fire He is the winner of This Magazine s Great Literary Hunt 2008 and the P.K Page Founder s Award 2010 , and appeared on the shortlist for the Bronwen Wallace award 2009 He teaches English at the University of Toronto.

    915 thoughts on “Tiny, Frantic, Stronger”

    1. Jeff Latosik is an accomplished and thoughtful poet who has given us a remarkable first book of poetry I have been through the book twice and my admiration only increased on the second reading Latosik is able to use common language to create an idiosyncratic picture of the world which is both strange and remarkably comfortable My favourites in the collection are those poems that so wonderfully reference Toronto Toronto Island, Summer , Sunnyside but I was regularly delighted by the poet s skill [...]


    2. I really enjoyed reading this book of poems I was able to visualize everything I truly enjoyed it It made me feel relaxed and at times I laughed and related to bits and pieces Some parts made me want to write my own and some poems played in my head like an old black and white film Truly brilliant and wonderful It s one of those books you can keep with you all them time and read while you wait in line or just to relax at home Wonderful and inspiring


    3. I loved this skim volume Mr Latosik s verses accomplish what really good poems should they enable you to see reality in a beautiful and entirely new way They were like a refreshing breeze through my dusty, cobwebbed brain I thoroughly enjoyed this work and would love to read of it.


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