Andrew Cooper Dozier : Synaptic Syntactic: of unbounded phases and entangled echoes

Synaptic Syntactic: of unbounded phases and entangled echoes

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Synaptic Syntactic is a short volume by a self-taught poet, writing extensively since 2011. It has elements of Symbolism, Speculative Poetry, Verse Fable, and Lyric Poetry. Components from science, psychology, politics, and mysticism are liberally diced into the mix. It speaks with diverse perspectives, semi-abstract vignettes, and, in places, useful tidbits for those receptive. It can be read lightly, at first, as something not requiring any determinate explanation. Much of the work comes from extensive automatic writing in verse form, later selectively harvested and, less or more, revised. Included are 9 artworks (7 visual poetry), 3 longer and 7 single-poem sections, and 5 named characters. It benefits from 14 months of learning, study, review, and reconsideration since the 1st version (which was the 8th manuscript the author compiled) was released, under a different title. If the author were ever to write a novel, it might be of the Dream Punk genre.

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