Phoebe 2002 by David Trinidad
An Essay in Verse

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“A triumph, a contemporary satyrican.”—D.A. Powell

This three-way, groundbreaking, e-mail deconstruction of All About Eve is a treasure-trove of poetic forms, cinephile gossip and literary visitations.


About David Trinidad

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David Trinidad teaches at Columbia College, Chicago. He has taught at Rutgers, Princeton and Antioch (L.A.). His previous poetry collection, Plasticville, was published by Turtle Point Press in 2000. That book was shortlisted for the Lenore Marshall Prize of The Academy of American Poets. With Denise Duhamel and Maureen Seaton he edited Saints of Hysteria.
Published September 1, 2003 by Turtle Point Press. 650 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Readers allergic to the inspirational "muses" here (including Bette Davis, Jayne Mansfield and Jacqueline Susann), or, for that matter, to riotous verse ambition, will come away with a new appreciation for the innumerable ways in which all nature and artifice are secretly and splendidly interconn...

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