Book The Thirty-Seventh

Poetry Slam edited by Gerry Max Glazner

Anthology of poetry from slam artists interspersed with essays on the practice and politics of slamming.

As with any collection (especially the ones I’ve been reading/rereading recently) it’s all a bit hit-and-miss, and it would be nice if the essays hadn’t been quite so impressed with themselves. That having been said: enough gems to make reading it a worthwhile experience.

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