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Jeanne Heuving is a writer and critic whose cross genre work seeks to engage oblique aspects of existence and to alter conventional understanding. An exploration of being and sex, excitement and inscription, INCAPACITY engages a terrain where lush and exacting scenes fall into dereliction and disrepair. Engaging the potential of post-patriarchal narrative and Poetry. Jeanne Heuving is a writer and critic whose cross genre work seeks to engage oblique aspects of existence and to alter conventional understanding.
Incapacity, Jeanne Heuving’s new work of iography, is a slim volume numbering under ninety pages. Despite its marathon scope, the text itself is small and precise, made up of dense, neat boxes of text interrupted occasionally with grainy black and white photographs of sidewalk curbs, imposing mountains and catastrophic mudslides.
Jeanne Heuving has written an ardent study of the metamorphosis of Western love and its classic poetic tropes involving desire and the poetic objects of longing, by proposing an altered configuration of eros in modern and contemporary poetry. Resisting the attack on or the reduction of love as only a literary or social convention, and acknowledging changed relations of gender and altered knowledge of sexualities in modernity, Heuving treats the poetic practices of Pound, . Duncan, Fraser and Mackey and offers serious theorizing on the poetics of Amor.
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Incapacity is structured as a collection of notes and drafts about another book titled, Offering.
Like a precarious high wire act, writing moves away from and toward catastrophe. Indeed, in Heuving’s book, the act of telling is constantly threatened by disruptive forces (earthquake, lightning, neurological seizure); even the erotic raptures of climax can signal disaster. Incapacity is structured as a collection of notes and drafts about another book titled, Offering.
Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston (born September 26, 1934) is an American writer. Her writings are mostly focused on the ethnic diversity of the United States. She is best known for her autobiographical novel Farewell to Manzanar which details her own experiences as a Japanese American in World War II internment camps. Houston was born in Inglewood, California, on September 26, 1934, attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School for three years and graduated from James Lick High School in San Jose