[KINDLE] ❁ Yabo ❄ Alexis De Veaux – Writerscompany.co.uk

Yabo Fiction African American Studies LGBT Studies Women S Studies See YABO Like A Mingus Composition Pentecostal, Blues Inflected, Full Of Wit And That Deep Literacy Of The Black Diaspora The Present, The Past, The Uncertain Future Collapse Upon Themselves In This Narrative Of Place S Our Dead Move With Us Behind Us, Above Us, Confronting Us In Manhattan Asheville N.C Buffalo, NY Jamaica The Hold Of A Funky Slave Ship Crossing And Bending Lines Between Genders, Sexualities, Longing And Geographies Time Is A River Endlessly Coursing, Shallow In Many Places, Deep For Long Miles, And, Finally, Deadly As The Hurricane That Engulfs And Destroys The Slave Vessel, Henrietta Marie YABO Calls Our Ghosts Back And Holds Us Accountable For Memory Cheryl Clarke


About the Author: Alexis De Veaux

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10 thoughts on “Yabo

  1. says:

    Read for my new book club In gorgeous prose, de Veaux maps intersex and nonbinary gender onto alongside the simultaneity of time Both neither simultaneously Structural similarities to Nalo Hopskinson s The Salt Roads, with three main overlapping settings and storylines weaving together characters in Jamaica, North Carolina, New York many ...


  2. says:

    This book ain t for the faint of heart You must read with care and memory, and it will satiate those who desire a literary feast Alexis De Veaux has formed a beautiful tapestry of fiction and poetry, and poetry is laced throughout the short stories And although the stories are individually titled, each story is part of series, a lyrical series that unfolds without regard to sequen


  3. says:

    This book reminded me in some ways of Ntozake Shange s Sassafrass, Cypress Indigo but in certain themes but also very different It also feltof a short story collection I also really enjoyed one of the biggest themes in the book which is that the past present and future are all converging and living in the now and how our past meets with our present selves and what that means I also really


  4. says:

    YABO by Alexis DeVeaux, is a densely peopled novella that is unpredictable and surprising Time is mutable as is gender classification The work of Alexis DeVeaux is full of literary serendipity and the writing here is filled with fresh turns that direct the reader s eye to new views new perspectives In YABO, Alexis DeVeaux is really rocking the form Writing newbies, take a lesson Check out the 201


  5. says:

    I wish I could take all the stars I ve given other books on Goodreads and give them to this one.


  6. says:

    Wow Yabo crawled into my skin and stuck to all my ribs I m fairly certain I ll never shake it This is a book that alters you The narrative wove in and out of many stories and time periods, stripping my mind down and ...


  7. says:

    poetic astonishing densely packed I immediately felt like I needed a re read upon finishing this book sweet queer terrifying, shifting time space characters in ways that would be infuriating from a different writer but it works perfectly here.


  8. says:

    Wow This book took me, unexpectedly, to so many places It s a small book but very intense and packed with dynamics of the human existence and experience that we all witness but not quite in the colorful way that De Veaux writes about.


  9. says:

    Alexis De Veaux s Yabo is an exciting, mesmerizing book This may be the most interesting and different type of book I have read all year Resisting conventions of narrative by blending poetry and prose and blending time past, present, imagined, lived , De Veaux creates a fascinating book that enchants and challenges Reading Yabo, I was reminded of Morrison s Beloved, Gloria Naylor s Mama Day, June Arnold s The Cook and the Carpenter, Le


  10. says:

    It s not my nature to read a book a second time It s very rare that I will want to go back and read one again, and that has always been with books that have been so big and full of information that I wanted to make sure I had absorbed it all This book is quite slender, and yet, it reveals itself in very intricate and n...


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