The Book of Orgasms Poetry A series of wry meditations on the relationship between the ordinary and the extraordinary the human and the divine everyday experience and the limits of bliss THE BOOK OF ORGASMS maps the i

  • Title: The Book of Orgasms
  • Author: Nin Andrews
  • ISBN: 9781880834480
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry A series of wry meditations on the relationship between the ordinary and the extraordinary, the human and the divine, everyday experience and the limits of bliss, THE BOOK OF ORGASMS maps the imaginary terrain of the upper realm, the place where euphoria endures In Nin Andrews s highly original conception, orgasms represent peak moments that take the form of invisPoetry A series of wry meditations on the relationship between the ordinary and the extraordinary, the human and the divine, everyday experience and the limits of bliss, THE BOOK OF ORGASMS maps the imaginary terrain of the upper realm, the place where euphoria endures In Nin Andrews s highly original conception, orgasms represent peak moments that take the form of invisible creatures waiting to lift us up into the air, out of the ordinary and into a place just above our heads, just beyond our fingertips And yet curse or blessing the gravity of our own desire, the weight of out humanness continually pulls us back from the splendid lightness of euphoria.

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    1. Nin Andrews, The Book of Orgasms (Cleveland State University, 2000)I do not know Nin Andrews. I have never even seen a picture of Nin Andrews. But I can tell you that Nin Andrews is one seriously sexy person. I mean, you'd have to be to write The Book of Orgasms, right? The best thing about The Book of Orgasms is that these short prose pieces (some not as obsessive as I about such things would call them “prose poems”, a term I don't believe in) do something that I see very rarely, and wish I [...]

    2. Nin Andrews needs a copy editor. She repeats and not in a poetic way. She uses “it’s” for “its”. She’s messy. The conceit is that she describes various orgasms from the orgasms’ perspective; the poems are not consistently on. They are not always great. In short, they are very much like orgasms.For when they are on, Wow! Appropriately, her first is one of her funniest, in which she introduces a few varieties of orgasms. “Ministers and somber folk talk about the elegiac orgasms, wh [...]

    3. Nin Andrews explores and expands the potentials of poetry in THE BOOK OF ORGASMS. Using language as if the very act if crafting these poems was orgasmic, Andrews provides a volume that is lush with imagination. The assorted photographs that accompany this singular volume of prose poems could be ekphrastic prompts for aspiring poets and the glossary at the end of the book enchants and challenges. THE BOOK OF ORGASMS is humorous and meditative, a necessary addition to the well-read poet's library. [...]

    4. See, this is one of those books that I wasn't too impressed with the first time through. But then I grab it off the shelf today, read it again and love it. Just goes to show how wrong I am at times!

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