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Publisher Description

A radical, urgent collection of poems about Blackness, the self, and the dismantling of corrupt powers in the fight for freedom.
 
A PEN America Literary Award Winner


Jonah Mixon-Webster works at the intersections of space and the body, race and region, sexuality and class. Stereo(TYPE), his debut collection of poetry, is a reckoning and a force, a revision of our most sacred mythologies, and a work of documentary reporting from Mixon-Webster’s hometown of Flint, Michigan, where clean tap water remains an uncertainty and the aftermath of racist policies persist.
 
Challenging stereotypes through scenes that scatter with satire, violence, and the extreme vagaries of everyday life, Mixon-Webster invents visual/sonic forms, conceptualizes poems as transcripts and frequently asked questions, and dives into dreamscapes and modern tragedies, deconstructing the very foundations America is built on. Interrogating language and the ways we wield it as both sword and shield, Stereo(TYPE) is a one-of-a-kind, rapturous collection of vital and beautiful poems.
 

GENRE
Nonfiction
NARRATOR
JM
Jonah Mixon-Webster
LENGTH
01:26
hr min
RELEASED
2021
July 13
PUBLISHER
Random House Audio
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
74.2
MB