Everything is Quiet

Everything is Quiet

Kendra Grant Malone / Jan 17, 2020

Everything is Quiet Everything is Quiet is a full length poetry book comprised of individual poems about love life and loss Just kidding Everything is Quiet is a woman sitting calmly near a glass window hungover and s

  • Title: Everything is Quiet
  • Author: Kendra Grant Malone
  • ISBN: coming
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everything is Quiet is a full length poetry book comprised of individual poems about love, life, and loss Just kidding Everything is Quiet is a woman sitting calmly near a glass window, hungover and smoking a cigarette in the aftermath of dealing with strange lovers who shush her, smack her, ask her to be vocal, and for some reason, really enjoy dirty period sex EvEverything is Quiet is a full length poetry book comprised of individual poems about love, life, and loss Just kidding Everything is Quiet is a woman sitting calmly near a glass window, hungover and smoking a cigarette in the aftermath of dealing with strange lovers who shush her, smack her, ask her to be vocal, and for some reason, really enjoy dirty period sex Everything is Quiet is a person riding a train alone in a big world with an open sky, trying to remember what happened last night, but not really caring.

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    928 Comments

    1. Oh, oh, oh! This is splendid. It brought a tear to the eye of an old man, reading it hungover with my kids crawling all over me. A kind of strange generosity shines out from its pages. It's a book I will keep returning to, yeeha!


    2. This is one of the best poetry books I've read in the past few years. I liked the book by Matthew Savoca paired with Malone's book, but in this review I'm only addressing the Malone side of the flip-book since that's the one I just reread. Malone's poems are way more than "at least as well-written as prose"--if we're going to use Pound's acerbic and funny dictum to judge them. This poet isn't really interested in the flashier rhetorical devices. Her poetry might even seem like chopped prose if y [...]



    3. A really strong collection of poems that are refreshingly naked and deeply felt despite the fact that they look like simple short line emo poems. Well actually, they are simple short line emo poems. But really good ones that make you want to hug someone close, or your cat. She mentioned that she used to live in Minnesota in one poem but I think she lives around New York these days. In a weird way, her poems somehow convey the jarring emotional and geographical differences between those two place [...]


    4. Brave, honest, unique collection of poetry. Poetry of the anecdote, but not in vain, because the anecdote becomes trascendent. The anecdote shows the little flaws of our life, because we can all relate to them in some way or another. The anecdote helps us become stronger, fight the world, and, in the end, laugh about it and say, "well, what else can we do?". An amazing new voice.


    5. I inhaled these, like I do with most poetry books, but these were different than the poems I usually read and like. They were very real and raw, I felt like I was peering down into her apartment and spying on her life.


    6. i couldn't stop reading it. the poems make you go back into the world feeling that little bit stroger, like your big brother just looked at you angrily what he really meant was: come on, man. you can do it.


    7. Most excellent poetry collection I have read recently. Raw, unabashed and written from the heart. A woman writing about the conversation being held with herself.Unafraid of admitting the fear.





    8. Kendra Grant Malone is one of those poets who is honest in a way that many of us could only hope to be. She bares it all, and never once flinches.



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