Elements of a Coffee Service

Elements of a Coffee Service Gluck achieves the difficult art of integrating unabashed gay erotic writing into an intelligent non pornographic narrative Ian Young

  • Title: Elements of a Coffee Service
  • Author: Robert Glück
  • ISBN: 9780877040583
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gluck achieves the difficult art of integrating unabashed gay erotic writing into an intelligent non pornographic narrative Ian Young

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    About “Robert Glück

    • Robert Glück

      Born in Cleveland, poet, fiction writer, editor, and New Narrative theorist Robert Gl ck grew up there and in Los Angeles He was educated at the University of California, Los Angeles, the University of Edinburgh, the College of Art in Edinburgh, and the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned a BA He also studied writing in New York City workshops with poet Ted Berrigan and earned an MA at San Francisco State University.With Bruce Boone and other writers, Gl ck co founded the New Narrative movement in San Francisco in the early 1980s Gl ck s experimental work typically prose infuses L A N G U A G E theory with queer, feminist, and class based discourse while exploring issues of autobiography and self In his essay Long Note on New Narrative, which appeared in Biting the Error Writers Explore Narrative 2004 , Gl ck stated, We were thinking about autobiography by autobiography we meant daydreams, nightdreams, the act of writing, the relationship to the reader, the meeting of flesh and culture, the self as collaboration, the self as disintegration, the gaps, inconsistencies and distortions, the enjambments of power, family, history and language Gl ck s poetry includes the collection Reader 1989 and, with Bruce Boone, the collaboration La Fontaine 1981 His fiction includes the story collection Denny Smith 2003 and the novels Jack the Modernist 1995 and Margery Kempe 1994 Gl ck s work has been selected for numerous anthologies, including The Faber Book of Gay Short Fiction 1992 , Best American Erotica 2005, and Lust for Life On the Writings of Kathy Acker 2006 He has received a California Arts Council Fellowship and a San Francisco Arts Commission Cultural Equity Grant.Gl ck has served as director of San Francisco State s Poetry Center, codirector of the Small Press Traffic Literary Center, and editor for Lapis Press and the literary journal Narrativity He lives in San Francisco.



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