Dodging Traffic

Dodging Traffic Poetry Loud raucous lively J Bradley s poetry is widely published and admired and in this his first collection he brings the full bore of his trademark poetic styling and larger than life imager

  • Title: Dodging Traffic
  • Author: J. Bradley
  • ISBN: 9780984102525
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Loud, raucous, lively J Bradley s poetry is widely published and admired, and, in this, his first collection, he brings the full bore of his trademark poetic styling and larger than life imagery Lust, love, contempt, digust, parental guidance, and poetic revenge, crafted with unbridled imagination and unmistakable skill Bradley s poetry hearkens back to the timPoetry Loud, raucous, lively J Bradley s poetry is widely published and admired, and, in this, his first collection, he brings the full bore of his trademark poetic styling and larger than life imagery Lust, love, contempt, digust, parental guidance, and poetic revenge, crafted with unbridled imagination and unmistakable skill Bradley s poetry hearkens back to the times of childhood, when life was still interesting and imagination could bring cardboard boxes and discarded love affairs to life DODGING TRAFFIC is equal parts laughter and loving insight.

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    J. Bradley

    J Bradley is a writer based out of Orlando, FL His chapbook, Neil, won Five Quarterly s 2015 e Chapbook Contest for Fiction He runs the Central Florida based reading series chapbook publisher There Will Be Words and lives at iheartfailure.

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    • I liked "Dodging Traffic." I think it's a pretty cool collection of poetry, and it kind of reminded me of some weird, exotic flower that has more thorns and scary bits than most flower-sniffers would care to contend with. However, if you're the adventurous sort who doesn't mind encountering an odd, tropical example of some oft-forgot species, then dig right in, because it smells pretty damn good once you get accustomed to it.

    • Benjamin Lowenkron

      (Mar 31, 2020 - 10:52 AM)

      Hilarious, biting, and thoughtful. We all hate being called out, unless it is done with a particularly sharp sense of humor. And don't get me started on J. Bradley's f*ck poems. Let's just say that those who read this book will take to the highways at rush hour, and then take up residence in the burgeoning tent village of Bradley's pants.

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