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Inhaltsangabe: Performer and underground filmmaker Dennis Leroy Kangalee started to seriously write poetry at the age of 32, under the pen name "Nomad Junkie" -- after 10 harrowing years trying to survive as an independent theater director. Returning from a 5 year self-imposed exile in 2006, he returned to NYC with a renewed commitment to his art. "Lying Meat" is the result. Written in the aftermath of a draconian lifestyle change (carnivore to herbivore!) and written feverishly between the earthquake in Haiti and the Gulf Coast oil spill, it is a slim volume of urgent poems that seek to make sense of our state of affairs and indict a system that fosters social/historical lies and our acceptance of those lies. While akin to the satiric truth telling of the comedian Bill Hicks or novelist Charles Wright ("The Wig") and bearing a superficial similarity to the majestic litanies of Saul Williams or the righteous indignation of latter-day Beat inspired David Lerner, the Nomad Junkie's writing is both personal and political, aggressive and passive, knowing and mystified. Blasting the absurdity of our "Hope" era, this hybrid of poem, story, and tirade ("holy rants") pays homage to the rebelliousness of Revolutionary Poets of the past (Bob Kaufman, Ginsberg, Baraka, John Beecher) while forging a new platform for modern authors who seek to play with words while raising consciousness (including their own) and challenge the savagery of humanity. Free of pretense, MFA-nonsense, or the "coddled cafe Literature," for the Smug Generation, Lying Meat is for anyone interested in modern art, new off-the-grid writers, anarchism, and traditional NY poet-preachers. The revised edition now available May 2012 includes previously unpublished works from the Outlaw Poetry Network -- including favorites such as "Spleen," "Das Ende (for Bob Kaufman," and "All The Smart People I Know Don't Have Children."

Über den Autor: Known as THE NOMAD JUNKIE due to his peripatetic lifestyle and artistic restlessness, DENNIS LEROY KANGALEE is a NYC-based writer from Queens born to West Indian parents. An Outsider Artist from the get go, he has no degree and has won no awards. His stories, plays, essays, and satire reflect his own anger and frustration as he sees the world's injustice in an everyday observation. An expelled performing artist from Juilliard and maverick of the New York underground, Kangalee has led several lives & is constantly looking for meaning. Since 1997, he has begged, borrowed, and stolen to support his art. He toured six months doing his own renditions of Beckett monologues & texts by Israel Horovitz and Dick Gregory before finally writing his first screenplay with playwright Ed Bullins. In 1999 he revived James Baldwin's classic "Blues For Mister Charlie" at the National Black Theater in Harlem. Urged by the Last Poets to continue writing prose during the creation of his 2001 cult-film movie about racism and its consequences, "As an Act of Protest", (written & directed under his stage name, Dennis Leroy Moore) Kangalee's writing is both political and personal. Inspired by the Black Arts Movement, punk, and Theater of the Absurd, Kangalee draws inspiration from his own life as opposed to Literary History or knowledge of the classics. Adopting the "Nomad Junkie" as his nom de plume while homeless and later in a self-imposed exile overseas, he writes for the little man caught in the snow and beneath the corporate avalanche, those who draw lines in the sand--the losers, the rebels, the tormented, and the romantic rovers hovering on the margins of the mainstream who dare to try to make sense of 'Life in Society' and the doorway of 21st Century-Brave New World-ethos. Currently, he is recording his first spoken word album, "Gentrified Minds", based on his "punk" play about corporate-friendly gentrification and the Nouveau Capitalism emerging as a result and the YES WE CAN generation's struggle to fulfill or betray its destiny. Kangalee is married and lives in NYC.

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2012. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 203 x 127 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Performer and underground filmmaker Dennis Leroy Kangalee started to seriously write poetry at the age of 32, under the pen name Nomad Junkie -- after 10 harrowing years trying to survive as an independent theater director. Returning from a 5 year self-imposed exile in 2006, he returned to NYC with a renewed commitment to his art. Lying Meat is the result. Written in the aftermath of a draconian lifestyle change (carnivore to herbivore!) and written feverishly between the earthquake in Haiti and the Gulf Coast oil spill, it is a slim volume of urgent poems that seek to make sense of our state of affairs and indict a system that fosters social/historical lies and our acceptance of those lies. While akin to the satiric truth telling of the comedian Bill Hicks or novelist Charles Wright ( The Wig ) and bearing a superficial similarity to the majestic litanies of Saul Williams or the righteous indignation of latter-day Beat inspired David Lerner, the Nomad Junkie s writing is both personal and political, aggressive and passive, knowing and mystified. Blasting the absurdity of our Hope era, this hybrid of poem, story, and tirade ( holy rants ) pays homage to the rebelliousness of Revolutionary Poets of the past (Bob Kaufman, Ginsberg, Baraka, John Beecher) while forging a new platform for modern authors who seek to play with words while raising consciousness (including their own) and challenge the savagery of humanity. Free of pretense, MFA-nonsense, or the coddled cafe Literature, for the Smug Generation, Lying Meat is for anyone interested in modern art, new off-the-grid writers, anarchism, and traditional NY poet-preachers. The revised edition now available May 2012 includes previously unpublished works from the Outlaw Poetry Network -- including favorites such as Spleen, Das Ende (for Bob Kaufman, and All The Smart People I Know Don t Have Children. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781453648230

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2012. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 203 x 127 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Performer and underground filmmaker Dennis Leroy Kangalee started to seriously write poetry at the age of 32, under the pen name Nomad Junkie -- after 10 harrowing years trying to survive as an independent theater director. Returning from a 5 year self-imposed exile in 2006, he returned to NYC with a renewed commitment to his art. Lying Meat is the result. Written in the aftermath of a draconian lifestyle change (carnivore to herbivore!) and written feverishly between the earthquake in Haiti and the Gulf Coast oil spill, it is a slim volume of urgent poems that seek to make sense of our state of affairs and indict a system that fosters social/historical lies and our acceptance of those lies. While akin to the satiric truth telling of the comedian Bill Hicks or novelist Charles Wright ( The Wig ) and bearing a superficial similarity to the majestic litanies of Saul Williams or the righteous indignation of latter-day Beat inspired David Lerner, the Nomad Junkie s writing is both personal and political, aggressive and passive, knowing and mystified. Blasting the absurdity of our Hope era, this hybrid of poem, story, and tirade ( holy rants ) pays homage to the rebelliousness of Revolutionary Poets of the past (Bob Kaufman, Ginsberg, Baraka, John Beecher) while forging a new platform for modern authors who seek to play with words while raising consciousness (including their own) and challenge the savagery of humanity. Free of pretense, MFA-nonsense, or the coddled cafe Literature, for the Smug Generation, Lying Meat is for anyone interested in modern art, new off-the-grid writers, anarchism, and traditional NY poet-preachers. The revised edition now available May 2012 includes previously unpublished works from the Outlaw Poetry Network -- including favorites such as Spleen, Das Ende (for Bob Kaufman, and All The Smart People I Know Don t Have Children. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781453648230

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