By Kevin Killian
Kylie Minogue, greater than muse, is okay. K.'s aesthetic m.o., his ammo. round her identify and snapshot, he circulates the debris of his personal uncanny idiom, that's in contrast to something in modern American poetry. Killian works each device within the band; he sneaks up in the back of that means, and makes it sing. by some means, in the middle of defamiliarization, Killian's voice continues to be companionable and comforting. motion Kylie is a e-book i'll flip to whilst i would like to recollect that literature can regenerate authenticity in addition to renege it. Killian performs with a number of rhetorics and codes, all within the pursuit of his personal university of motion Poetry, within which I want speedy to sign up. --Wayne Koestenbaum
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