The Bones of Us

The Bones of Us A graphic poetry collection dealing with the death of love and what happens after

  • Title: The Bones of Us
  • Author: J. Bradley Adam Scott Mazer KMA Sullivan
  • ISBN: 9781936919277
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback
  • A graphic poetry collection dealing with the death of love and what happens after.

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    About “J. Bradley Adam Scott Mazer KMA Sullivan”

    1. J. Bradley Adam Scott Mazer KMA Sullivan

      J Bradley is a writer based out of Orlando, FL His chapbook, Neil, won Five Quarterly s 2015 e Chapbook Contest for Fiction He runs the Central Florida based reading series chapbook publisher There Will Be Words and lives at iheartfailure.

    323 thoughts on “The Bones of Us”

    1. Read 9/2/14 - 9/3/144 stars - Strongly Recommended, but not to those who are going through relationship troubles, cause you'll want to slit your wristsPages: 78 (illustrated)Publisher: Yes Yes BooksReleased: 2014The Bones of Us was born through a kickstarter campaign and is a thing of beauty. The book itself is big and soft and cries out to be touched and caressed. Your fingers will fondle the pages as your eyes devour both words and images Those images! Mental and visual. What a pairing of pain [...]


    2. The Bones of Us is an art project of bitterness and regret and healing and transformation. J. Bradley rips open the love wound and lets the darkness spill out. It is very relatable to those who have ever loved and then gotten shattered because of it. It is beyond criticism. It is a shout from a lonely karaoke bar. It is “Love is a Battlefield,” drunk at 3 AM.Read the rest of this review at That Lit Site: thatlitsite/post/903482121


    3. J. Bradley's poems are heartbreaking, hilarious, and playfully surreal, often in the span of just a few dozen words. Adam Scott Mazer's fantastic artwork brings Bradley's brilliant imagery to life, and beyond.


    4. Absolutely loved this. Funded it on kick starter and so worth it. Awesome imagery and illustration about the dissolution of love and how we go on living.


    5. This reminds me of a serious version of an underground comic. I don't mean slapdash in any way, but instead something that has the kind of raw power to move that some of the more serious underground comics had that more conventional houses polished away. The lines of the poems are surprising at times and always raw in their penetrating power though not their composition, and the images as well. The images just tie so perfectly to the images and emotions of the poems. Not just replicating, but ex [...]


    6. Poignant, honest, sad and lovely, this is a must-read for any person struggling with the end of a relationship or the unraveling of the "ever after" they thought was theirs. One of the things that I love most about this collection is that though confessional and intimate, you come away with the sense of neither of the "Us" being a bad person--just two people who tried really hard, and were not always the best that they could be, who couldn't make a go of it, no matter how much they wanted to. Th [...]


    7. “The Bones of Us” stands up and shouts out to the world, “THIS IS WHAT IT WOULD LOOK LIKE IF TIM BURTON WERE TO WRITE POETRY,” and exceeds even that. Not for the faint of heart, but maybe for drained of spirit, this book is a must read! Read the rest of this review at: maudlinhouse/blog OR maudlinhouse.tumblr/post/1


    8. bradley's knowledge of loss is so intimate in this collection of poetry that you'll feel like the words fell out of your own brain and splattered on the page. anyone who has taken the gut punch of a breakup will find solace in j. bradley's work, his honesty as a poet is a welcome, if brutal, companion in loss.



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