Transcript by Adam Stutz.
Paperback, 38 pages
First Edition, 2017
$9.00 + s/h
Transcript is an assemblage of lyrics pointed at domestic anxiety. It wends a way through American myths of familial tranquility and professional stability, while addressing the insularity and isolation that arise from artificial forms of community. While Transcript acknowledges its own melancholy, it also asks the reader to discover beauty in these fractures, reminding us that “[In the silence between words where / only heavy blind-spots exist, / these are love-songs / that live for attention.]”
Adam Stutz is a poet whose work has appeared in Cultural Society, Prelude, White Stag, A Sharp Piece of Awesome, The Equalizer 2.0., and Be About It. His full-length collection of poems, The Scales is from White Stag.When he isn’t working as a professional desk jockey, he was co-curator for the Non-Standard Lit Reading Series with Mark Wallace. He currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. StutzWrites.com