It's Not Nostalgia (2020)

It s Not Nostalgia A movie and television actor as well as a poet Michael Lally is acutely aware of America s obsession with celebrities and what he calls the overnight killings on the stock market of salable image In
  • Title: It's Not Nostalgia
  • Author: Michael Lally
  • ISBN: 9781574231137
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A movie and television actor as well as a poet, Michael Lally is acutely aware of America s obsession with celebrities and what he calls the overnight killings on the stock market of salable image In the compulsively honest, rivettingly self revealing poems and prose vignettes of It s Not Nostalgia, Lally unreels glimpses of the private movie I have always starred in aA movie and television actor as well as a poet, Michael Lally is acutely aware of America s obsession with celebrities and what he calls the overnight killings on the stock market of salable image In the compulsively honest, rivettingly self revealing poems and prose vignettes of It s Not Nostalgia, Lally unreels glimpses of the private movie I have always starred in and now have flashes of wanting only to direct This book is Lally s rough cut, the rawest scenes intact Its narrative trajectory is an up and down ride, with change the only constant As political activism in Washington D.C 1969 1975 gives way to rebel bohemianism in New York City 1975 1982 and then to screen star aspirations in Santa Monica 1982 1998 , the tone of Lally s private movie turns from exuberant and defiant to rueful and reflective.A youthful Michael Lally burst on the downtown New York art scene like a supernova, flaming out in frank poems of sexual experimentation a self styled big mouth, a voice of the sixties as he puts it in the 1974 shocker My Life While still haunted by dreams of fame, later poems in It s Not Nostalgia also confront harsh truths about aging and the fading of glamour We are the generation of lostangels We rarely feel thesedays like we have anything newto do or say yet our livesare totally changed, even fromwhat they were a year ago, threemonths ago, yesterday, tryingto finally be honest about ourfeelings about each other s fame glory, while still trying toget or forget our own
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