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In Intruder , acclaimed poet Bardia Sinaee explores with vivid and precise language themes of encroachment in contemporary life. Bemused and droll, paranoid and demagogic, Sinaee’s much-anticipated debut collection presents a world beset by precarity, illness, and human sprawl. Anxiety, hospitalization, and body paranoia recur in the poems’ imagery — Sinaee went through In Intruder , acclaimed poet Bardia Sinaee explores with vivid and precise language themes of encroachment in contemporary life. Bemused and droll, paranoid and demagogic, Sinaee’s much-anticipated debut collection presents a world beset by precarity, illness, and human sprawl. Anxiety, hospitalization, and body paranoia recur in the poems’ imagery — Sinaee went through two-and-a-half years of chemotherapy in his mid-twenties, documented in the vertiginous multipart prose poem “Twelve Storeys” — making Intruder a book that seems especially timely, notably in the dreamlike, minimalist sequence “Half-Life,” written during the lockdown in Toronto in spring 2020. Progressing from plain-spoken dispatches about city life to lucid nightmares of the calamities of history, the poems in Intruder ultimately grapple with, and even embrace, the daily undertaking of living through whatever the hell it is we’re living through.


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In Intruder , acclaimed poet Bardia Sinaee explores with vivid and precise language themes of encroachment in contemporary life. Bemused and droll, paranoid and demagogic, Sinaee’s much-anticipated debut collection presents a world beset by precarity, illness, and human sprawl. Anxiety, hospitalization, and body paranoia recur in the poems’ imagery — Sinaee went through In Intruder , acclaimed poet Bardia Sinaee explores with vivid and precise language themes of encroachment in contemporary life. Bemused and droll, paranoid and demagogic, Sinaee’s much-anticipated debut collection presents a world beset by precarity, illness, and human sprawl. Anxiety, hospitalization, and body paranoia recur in the poems’ imagery — Sinaee went through two-and-a-half years of chemotherapy in his mid-twenties, documented in the vertiginous multipart prose poem “Twelve Storeys” — making Intruder a book that seems especially timely, notably in the dreamlike, minimalist sequence “Half-Life,” written during the lockdown in Toronto in spring 2020. Progressing from plain-spoken dispatches about city life to lucid nightmares of the calamities of history, the poems in Intruder ultimately grapple with, and even embrace, the daily undertaking of living through whatever the hell it is we’re living through.

31 review for Intruder

  1. 4 out of 5

    Candie

    I did not really enjoy this poetry collection but I don't want to rate it as I find it very hard to find poetry that I do love so it is likely more on me than the actual collection. Although I sometimes feel like reading it, it's not a top genre for me. This collection is very free verse and doesn't have any kind of rhythm or meter to it which I tend to enjoy more. If this is your style though then you may want to check this out, I though the ideas and topics in the book were very interesting an I did not really enjoy this poetry collection but I don't want to rate it as I find it very hard to find poetry that I do love so it is likely more on me than the actual collection. Although I sometimes feel like reading it, it's not a top genre for me. This collection is very free verse and doesn't have any kind of rhythm or meter to it which I tend to enjoy more. If this is your style though then you may want to check this out, I though the ideas and topics in the book were very interesting and I think a lot of people may relate to it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Khashayar Mohammadi

    Personal Favorite Poetry book this year

  3. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Chris Bouchard

  4. 5 out of 5

    Leah Mol

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    Jenny

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    Trace

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    M.

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    Erin

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    Jenn Handspiker

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    Faye

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    Nadia

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    Barathi

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    Shivanee Ramlochan

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    Danny Sinopoli

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    Stephen

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    David

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    Michelle McGrane

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    Drew

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    Elizabeth Harrison

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    Jamal Baksh

  22. 4 out of 5

    R. A. B.

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    Hannah

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    Leo

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    ★Sneha★

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    Brittney

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jeb Haley

  28. 4 out of 5

    Zalinia

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    Essence&Honey

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Eckerlin

  31. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

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