- Publisher: The Wordsmith Press (2007)
- ISBN-10: 1893972356
- ISBN-13: 978-1893972353
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,305,443 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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She is also the author of six books of poetry -- THE YEAR OF NO MISTAKES (2013), EVERYTHING IS EVERYTHING (2010), OH TERRIBLE YOUTH (2007), WORKING CLASS REPRESENT (2004), HOT TEEN SLUT (2001) and DEAR FUTURE BOYFRIEND (2000), which are currently available on Write Bloody Publishing -- as well as second book of nonfiction: WORDS IN YOUR FACE: TWENTY YEARS OF THE NEW YORK CITY POETRY SLAM, which Billy Collins wrote "leaves no doubt that the slam poetry scene has achieved legitimacy and taken its rightful place on the map of contemporary literature"
Her recent awards include the ArtsEdge Writer-In-Residency at the University of Pennsylvania (2010-2011), a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry (2011) and the Amy Clampitt Residency (2013). She lives in Austin, TX, with her two eccentric rescue dachshunds, Max & Alvy.
For more information -- including tour dates, videos of performances and links to her work -- please visit her website at www.aptowicz.com.
Top Customer Reviews
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2) The juxtaposition of the rawness of porn against budding young love.
3) Poems are often narrative, but rarely do you get an entire book that paints such a lovely picture of this relatable and fragile time in one's life: right out of college, full of hope, full of terror, full of real-world-kicking-you-in-the-faceness.
4) So, um, I think the line from the poem is, "I could make money off those tits . . ." or something like that. The heart of that poem: that the most popular porn is that of the most normal, ordinary, and extraordinary people has stuck with me long, long after reading it. Porn can be a very ugly, ugly business, and Cristin's ability to find the humane and the beautiful within it is . . . well, it's what she does.
Read it in public. It'll make your nipples hard.