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Atomik Aztex

by Sesshu Foster

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  • 25 Currently reading

Published by City Lights Books in San Francisco, USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • Aztecs -- Fiction,
    • Indians of North America -- Europe -- Fiction,
    • Imperialism -- Fiction,
    • Colonies -- Fiction,
    • Europe -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Sesshu Foster.
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3556.O7719 A95 2005
      The Physical Object
      FormatPaperback
      Pagination203p.
      Number of Pages203
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3392052M
      ISBN 100872864405
      ISBN 109780872864405
      LC Control Number2005000899
      OCLC/WorldCa57506484

      In some ways, this is more like Sesshu Foster's ATOMIK AZTEX than it is Silko's CEREMONY (though that's there too). So here's This book is a puzzle. And it requires a skill set and maybe a skill level that a lot of is maybe don't have/5(16). Foster is the author of the speculative-fiction novel Atomik Aztex (), which won the Believer Book Award and imagines an America free of European colonizers.

      Download Banish The Darkness Pdf book by Publishing Interlingua Publishing full pdf epub ebook in english, Detailed summaries of great literature. Through rigorous analysis of novels and short fiction, such as Sesshu Foster&#;s Atomik Aztex, Sabina Murray&#;s A Carnivore&#;s Inquiry and Sigrid Nunez&#;s The Last of Her Kind, Sohn reveals how the construction of narrative perspective allows the Asian American writer a flexible aesthetic canvas upon which to engage issues of oppression and inequity, power and subjectivity.

        However, Atomik Aztex demands we observe the quantum paradigm, for only in recognizing the deliberate manufacture of one scientific foundation can the possibility of its alternatives arise. Similar to Tale, Atomik Aztex employs quantum mechanics as a pretext for introducing another set of non-Western epistemes structuring the narrative. In this. His most recent books are the novel Atomik Aztex and World Ball Notebook. He is currently collaborating with artist Arturo Romo and other writers on the website,


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Atomik Aztex. In the alternate universe of this glitteringly surreal first novel, the Aztecs rule, having conquered the European invaders. Zenzontli, Keeper of the House of Darkness, is visited by visions of a parallel world run by the Europeans, where consumerism reigns supreme/5(42).

Atomik Aztex is a hilarious read. A potent concoction, with influences from graphic novels, along with Ishmael Reed’s Mumbo Jumbo, the paranoia of Philip K.

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Atomik Aztex is a hilarious read. A potent concoction, with influences from graphic novels, along with Ishmael Reed’s Mumbo Jumbo, the paranoia of Philip K. Dick and William Burroughs, and an outrageous cyber-Aztlán mix reminiscent of Guillermo Gómez-Peña.

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The title of this book is Atomik Aztex and it was written by Sesshu Foster. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by City Lights Publishers and has a total of pages in the n: 01 Jul, Winner of The Believer Magazine Book Awards and was picked as one of the Village Voice's top Books for In the alternate universe of Atomik Aztex, the Aztecs rule, having conquered the European invaders long ago.

Aztek warriors with totemic powers are busy colonizing Europe, and human sacrifice is basic to economic growth. "Atomik Aztex," the hallucinatory first novel by poet Sesshu Foster, proposes a different reality. Zenzontli, an Aztec warrior and the book's swaggering main.

Atomik Aztex is a hilarious read. A potent concoction, with influences from graphic novels, along with Ishmael Reed’s Mumbo Jumbo, the paranoia of Philip K. Dick and William Burroughs, and an outrageous cyber-Aztlán mix reminiscent of Guillermo s: 5. Just like in his satyrical novel Atomik Aztex, in which he created a parallel universe in which the Aztecs were not conquered by the Spaniards, the playing field of World Ball Notebook —where conflict and corruption reign supreme—begins to look startlingly and Reviews: 1.

Punk sci-fi and kitchen-sink realism create a startling, morally fraught vision in Foster's genre-straddling tour de force.

In this codex of simultaneously existing alternate histories, the. "Sesshu Foster's oracular Atomik Aztex is a novel of alternate history that posits the existence of an America where the Spanish conquistadors didn't conquer Mexico, thus turning the Aztecs into a major world power an unfailing, visceral, even courageous reminder that the Other is impossibly close.

A fantastical gonzo Aztlan mythology, where modern Aztecs and immigrant ghosts uncover blood sacrifice in Los Angeles. Anyone who hasn’t read it should make an effort to tackle this masterpiece.A very close second (and it’s very difficult to choose which of these two I enjoyed more) is Under the Volcano by Malcolm books: Wittgenstein’s Mistress by David Markson Bouvard And Pecuchet by Gustave Flaubert Atomik Aztex by Sesshu Foster Suite Francaise by Irene Nemirovsky The Rings of Saturn by WG Sebald The.

Atomik Aztex, City Lights Books (detailed info) Prize Winner of The Believer Magazine Book Awards and was picked as one of the Village Voice's top Books for Atomik Aztex is a hilarious read. A potent concoction, with influences from graphic novels, along with Ishmael Reed's Mumbo Jumbo, the paranoia of Philip K.

Dick and William Burroughs, and an outrageous cyber-Aztlán mix reminiscent of Guillermo Gómez-Peña. Sesshu Foster is the author of the critically acclaimed City Terrace Field Manual. /5(7). Looking for books by Sesshu Foster. See all books authored by Sesshu Foster, including City of the Future, and Atomik Aztex, and more on Atomik Aztex.

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In 'Atomik Aztex', as opposed to other AH titles I'm familiar with, the divergent historical event is far in the past (the defeat and subsequent colonization of the Spanish by the Aztecs) - 'Aztex' takes place years later, in the projected time of this new world's /5.

Atomik Aztex, the hallucinatory first novel by poet Sesshu Foster, proposes a different reality., "In his rambunctious debut novel, Atomik Aztex, poet Sesshu Foster swaps a few consonants to designate the city "Teknotitlan," rendering the name far more piquant to a contemporary English-speaker's ear.

Just like in his satyrical novel Atomik Aztex, in which he created a parallel universe in which the Aztecs were not conquered by the Spaniards, the playing field of World Ball Notebook—where conflict and corruption reign supreme—begins to look startlingly and comfortably familiar."—Rigoberto Gonzalez.San Francisco: City Lights, [].

Status. Available.He won the American Book Award for World Ball Notebook, the Asian American Literary Award for Poetry for World Ball Notebook, the Believer Book Award for Atomik Aztex, the American Book Award for Invocation LA: Urban Multicultural Poetry, and was a finalist for a PEN Center West Poetry Prize and for the Paterson Poetry Prize.