by Jeremy Alexander Duhart
The world that we live in is much different than it was 10, 20, or 30 years ago. Long gone are the days of people trying to be self-sufficient using garden tools on land passed down through generations. This is a post-modern world after all of the philosophizing and art grandeur of the past. This is the age of technology, advertising, and self-actualization.
Jeremy Alexander Duhart lays out some of the characteristics of this post-modern age in poems like Marketer and Simulacrum. Other pieces reflect on the nature of people living in this time period such as Worry and Distracted. Everyone will be able to identify with one of these poems through familiarity or entertainment. Post-Modern Poetry is a gateway for new topics to explore and old ones to discover.
About the Author:
Jeremy Alexander Duhart holds a bachelors degree in psychology and a minor in sociology from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He has been writing poetry for a couple of years. His education combined with a natural curiosity and a love for writing and music allows him to put some of his knowledge into prose. He is an avid listener of podcasts and reader of internet articles and books. His natural curiosity leads him to research various topics that he finds interesting. As a native of Little Rock, Arkansas, Duhart is a southern city boy with a love for writing and poetry.
(2016, Paperback, 30 pages)