Published October 4, 2007
by Bloof Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
DRUNK BY NOON (Bloof Books, ) “If my life was as long as the moon’s I’d still be jealous of the sun. If my life lasted only one day I’d still be drunk by noon.” —The Handsome Family “With so much of contemporary poetry dominated by the introspective, it is refreshing from time to time to have some good old-fashioned crazy fun. " Larry Copcar is quite an impressive beast. His performance on this live improvised set instantly reminds me of some of Tony Williams' work with Miles Davis' second great quintet-nervous and frenetic, but controlled-but also it's a lot heaver in general, something brutally punk about ers: Drunk Before Noon: The Behind-The-Scenes Story of the Washington Press Corps [Hoyt, Kendall K., Leighton, Frances Spatz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Drunk Before Noon: The Behind-The-Scenes Story of the Washington Press Corps5/5(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Knox, Jennifer L., Drunk by noon. Romero, NY: Bloof Books, (OCoLC) Online version: Knox, Jennifer L.
Buy a cheap copy of Drunk by Noon book by Jennifer L. Knox. Free shipping over $ Books shelved as drunk: Women by Charles Bukowski, Tales of Ordinary Madness by Charles Bukowski, Drunk Text by seventhswan, Post Office by Charles Bukow. "Drunk By Noon" There once was a poodle who thought he was a cowboy, He lived in a cage the size of his thumb And, though his white horse was a box of toothpicks, he galloped around until hit by a car Sometimes I flap my arms like a hummingbird just to remind myself I'll never fly. Drunk By Noon Lyrics: There once was a poodle who thought he was a cowboy / But he lived in a cage the size of his thumb / And, though his white horse was a box of toothpicks / He galloped around.
Drunk by Noon is, at its heart, a wonderfully entertaining book, both because of its comic genius and because Knox never gives the impression that comedy is her only purpose.” — American Poet “This second book from Knox, a young New York poet, continues the playful romp through the warped Americana she began in her debut, A Gringo Like Me. by Jennifer L. Knox Bloof Books Reviewed by Ben Mirov. Painted Tunnel Syndrome. The poems in Jennifer L. Knox’s second book Drunk By Noon mix pathos and humor in a way that reminds me of Coyote and Road Runner cartoons. Knox’s poems and the old Looney Tunes masterpieces are both rooted in a similar type of existential pain. Drunk by Noon Jennifer L. Knox, Author. Bloof $15 (80p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. The Mystery of the Hidden Driveway This second book from Knox. DRUNK BY NOON is the eagerly awaited sequel to Knox's first book, A GRINGO LIKE ME, which is also available from Bloof in a new edition. Jennifer L. Knox is a three-time contributor to the Best American Poetry Series and her poems have also appeared in Great American Prose Poems and .