Reading Uncreative Writing

Conceptualism, Expression, and the Lyric

David Kaufmann

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This book examines Uncreative Writing—the catch-all term to describe Neo-Conceptualism, Flarf and related avant-garde movements in contemporary North American poetry—against a decade of controversy. David Kaufman analyzes texts by Kenneth Goldsmith, Vanessa Place, Robert Fitterman, Ara Shirinyan, Craig Dworkin, Dan Farrell and Katie Degentesh to demonstrate that Uncreative Writing is not a revolutionary break from lyric tradition as its proponents claim. Nor is it a racist, reactionary capitulation to neo-liberalism as its detractors argue. Rather, this monograph shows that Uncreative Writing’s real innovations and weaknesses become clearest when read in the context of the very lyric that it claims to have left behind.

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racism and neo-conceptualism, Flarf, The Body of Michael Brown, neo-conteptualism, cultural privilege, neo-liberalism and neo-conceptual poetry, avant-garde poetry, aesthetic theory, Gone with the Wind, anti-capitalist poetry, affect theory