Poetry. Asian American Studies. The personal is the cultural! A thrilling introspective descent into the inferno of popular culture, where one's psychic life is a complex and troubling web of personal relations with spectacular icons. None of the postmodern snark, all of the nuanced horror of a world where there is nothing but fame, but fame itself has become an entirely naturalized and even banal colonization of the human condition. A daring and implacable diagnosis of capital's imageworld, and the fate of the unhappy consciousness within it. Also: hilarious.
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