Poetry, prose poetry, paperback, 114 pages, from Dostoyevsky Wannabe.
Tracing an uneasy/all too easy path between the financial derivatives market and the derivative poetics of post-flarf, Listening to Emily's Sassy Lime, Again is an elegy for the slacker (a)politics of Generation X.
Or maybe it's just a vacuous, insubstantial book that fails to make any important comment on contemporary society via the preferred 19th century register of the poetry mainstream.
Or is it just a book about fancy coffee and rock n' roll? Or maybe something to do with obscure Riot Grrrl bands of the 1990s?
Why not buy it, read it and find out.
Richard Brammer was born in England in 1975. He is the author of several books of independent literature/poetry/words.