The work won the Jabuti award wins new edition
In order to explain the wonderful creation of the human body in the form of poetry, Alexander Guarnieri plays with words to describe the creation and evolution of beings by means of biology. Reprinted by Penalux, the book "Body blanks", Jabuti Award winner 2015, It has proposed taking the reader as infinite discoveries about the beginning of ourselves and the continuity of our history.
Second Guarnieri, the work intends to used the reader to its biology, to your bowels and make these you deliver the truth about the world, life and its history, discovering and rediscovering the old and new in the anatomy, of organic matter and also of the words.
For the writer Furio Lonza, author's preface, the book brings together poetry around a theme, focused obsessively on the materiality of the word, on dissection, in anatomy, in the "biological voyver".
– Its repetition on your object, the body, leads to endless discoveries about the beginning of ourselves and the continuity of our history, closing of our interpretations of our truths and lies – reports Lonza.
For publishers Tonho France and Wilson Gorj, Guarnieri fits in contemporary brazilian poetry podiums, for its innovative and unique language. With strikingly modern theme, your materialistic weight is familiar due to Western culture in the 21st century, you need the raw material to believe.
About the author
Carioca, born in 1974, Guarnieri is art historian and master in image technology. Started, from 1993, to participate in spoken poetry events in Rio de Janeiro. He published his first book, The engine room (Publisher of the word), in 2011. Is one of the editors of the electronic journal Mallarmargens.
Besides the Jabuti award in 2015, the writer won in 2003 the awards Ken Schmaltz, offered by the Brazilian Union of writers, Section Goiás; and Marco Lucchesi, offered by the Panorama of the word/RJ.
|Title: Body blanks, Second Edition|
|Author: Alexander Guarnieri|
|Reissue: Publisher Penalux|
|Size: 15,5×22,5 cm|
|Pages: 130 p|