The African Origins of UFOs

The African Origins of UFOs The African Origins of UFOs is a narrative in verse that alternates between future present and past It is a fusion of science fiction surrealism mythology and the carnivalesque rhythms of Trinidadia

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  • Title: The African Origins of UFOs
  • Author: Anthony Joseph Lauri Ramey
  • ISBN: 9781844712724
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Paperback
  • The African Origins of UFOs is a narrative in verse that alternates between future present and past It is a fusion of science fiction, surrealism, mythology and the carnivalesque rhythms of Trinidadian dialect It is a unique, genre busting, hybrid text that blurs the boundaries between prose and poetry and asks difficult questions about race, memory and the future.

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    1. still digesting . but reading this really got my own wheels clicking about how far I can push myself in setting up complex structures that genre-bust and float/push through location, time, language, memory.

    2. What a surprising, yet somehow familiar, voice emerges in this book. I'm feeling the need to reread it, after seeing it on Rashida's shelf and also, just recently, on my (realtime) bookshelf at home.

    3. that im not the only poet from another planetwondering how i got hereis brother is compelling and past/future/forward

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