No Time Like Now. new poems 2016-2018. Pitt Poetry Series, University of Pittsburgh Press March 2019.
There is a velvety sensuality here at the mouth of the Mississippi that you won't find anywhere else. Tell me what the air feels like at 3 AM on a Thursday night in late August in Shaker Heights, and I bet that you won't be able to say because nobody stays up that late.
Andrei Codrescu is an artistic jack-of-all trades who mixes genres and juggles conventions, combining fact with fiction to produce hybrids: not exactly novels or novellas, not exactly histories or memoirs, but, like dragons in fairy tales, new conglomerations that share characteristics of many conventional beasts.Andrei Codrescu Here. 1.8K likes. I wouldn’t break the line before consulting this oracle.Andrei Codrescu, an essayist, poet, All Things Considered commentator, and MSNBC columnist, has published numerous books, including Road Scholar and The Devil Never Sleeps. Born in Romania, he came to the U.S. in 1966, and currently teaches at Louisana State University.
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The Devil Never Sleeps is his most wonderfully perverse book yet. PUBLISHERS WEEKLY APR 3, 2000 Prolific poet, memoirist, novelist and National Public Radio commentator Codrescu (Hail Babylon!, The Blood Countess etc.) offers a rousing new collection of essays, full of surprises, treats and provocations.Read More
Commentator Andrei Codrescu adds to our arsenal of Summer Sounds with an essay about the panting of his two dogs. They have very different personalities but share the panting gene.Read More
After having been in America for nearly thirty years, I am only an immigrant when people want me to talk about it. Paradoxically, it was a recent return to Romania, my native country, that caused me to reevaluate my American experience.Read More
Writer and NPR commentator Andrei Codrescu escaped Romania when he was 19 years old. He left a country where the state controlled everything, and food shortages were common.Read More
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The Devil is alive and well and living in America, Andrei Codrescu tells us, and with good reason. Nowhere else in the world--not even in Codrescu's native Transylvania--is he taken quite as seriously.Read More
Commentary: Flight Attendants Commentator Andrei Codrescu is entranced by the self-possessed manner in which a flight attendant reads the pre-flight instructions to passengers on a plane. She.Read More
Andrei Codrescu is an award-winning writer and National Public Radio commentator. His latest books are Jealous Witness: New Poems and New Orleans, Mon Amour: Twenty Years of Writing from the City (Algonquin). The author of many essay collections, including The Disappearance of the Outside, he is the MacCurdy Distinguished Professor of English at Louisiana State University.Read More