Fault Lines

Fault Lines

Gary Beck / Jul 20, 2019

Fault Lines There are cracks in our foundation Undeniable fractures that divide society when we should be standing united Poet Gary Beck returns with another collection that examines the disconnect the unchallen

  • Title: Fault Lines
  • Author: Gary Beck
  • ISBN: 9781941058558
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • There are cracks in our foundation Undeniable fractures that divide society when we should be standing united Poet Gary Beck returns with another collection that examines the disconnect, the unchallenged chaos, and the possible downfall of humanity Much like his collections Civilized Ways and Perceptions, Fault Lines brings us through the delicate ups and downs of livesThere are cracks in our foundation Undeniable fractures that divide society when we should be standing united Poet Gary Beck returns with another collection that examines the disconnect, the unchallenged chaos, and the possible downfall of humanity Much like his collections Civilized Ways and Perceptions, Fault Lines brings us through the delicate ups and downs of lives that will shape the future, and leads us down whichever path we ultimately allow.

    Fault geology Fault geology A fault trace is also the line commonly plotted on geologic maps to represent a fault Since faults do not usually consist of a single, clean fracture, geologists use the term fault zone when referring to the zone of complex deformation associated with the fault plane. Fault line definition of fault line by The Free Dictionary fault line geology line determined by the intersection of a geological fault and the earth s surface geology a science that deals with the history of the earth as recorded in rocks line a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent. Beyond San Andreas Scariest Fault Lines in the U.S. Fault Line Map in United States USGS Facts After A map of the fault lines database from the United States Geological Survey USGS The USGS has a faults website that includes an interactive fault map that allows users to views a map of the U.S Scientists discover fault line thought to have caused the days agoS cientists believe they have found the tectonic fault line which caused an earthquake that damaged the Colosseum and other buildings in Rome , years ago. It is the same fault line that was Fault Lines AJFaultLines Twitter Fault Lines Verified account AJFaultLines Award winning current affairs documentary series covering the U.S and its role in the world On AJEnglish. Ramapo Fault The Ramapo Fault zone is a system of faults between the northern Appalachian Mountains and Piedmont areas to the east Spanning than miles km in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, it is perhaps the best known fault zone in the Mid Atlantic region, and some small earthquakes have been known to occur in its vicinity.Recently, public knowledge about the fault has On Health Care, Democrats Find Their First Real Fault Feb , On one side of the debate, Bernie Sanders promises a single payer revolution On the other, Amy Klobuchar and Sherrod Brown are calling for incremental change. Fault Lines A History of the United States Fault Lines is a stunning work of the history of our present An antidote to fake news and historical propaganda An antidote to fake news and historical propaganda In the Age of Trump, Kruse and Zelizer s book sets the record straight.

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      • Gary Beck

        Gary Beck has spent most of his adult life as a theater director, and as an art dealer when he couldn t make a living in theater He has 12 published chapbooks and 2 accepted for publication His poetry collections include Days of Destruction Skive Press , Expectations Rogue Scholars Press Dawn in Cities, Assault on Nature, Songs of a Clerk, Civilized Ways, Displays, Perceptions, Fault Lines, Tremors and Perturbations Winter Goose Publishing Rude Awakenings and The Remission of Order will be published by Winter Goose Publishing Conditioned Response Nazar Look Resonance Dreaming Big Publications Virtual Living Thurston Howl Publications Blossoms of Decay Wordcatcher Publishing Blunt Force and Expectations will be published by Wordcatcher Publishing His novels include Extreme Change Cogwheel Press , Flawed Connections Black Rose Writing , Call to Valor Gnome on Pigs Productions and Sudden Conflicts Lillicat Publishers State of Rage will be published by Rainy Day Reads Publishing, Crumbling Ramparts by Gnome on Pigs Productions His short story collections include, A Glimpse of Youth Sweatshoppe Publications and Now I Accuse and other stories Winter Goose Publishing His original plays and translations of Moliere, Aristophanes and Sophocles have been produced Off Broadway His poetry, fiction and essays have appeared in hundreds of literary magazines He currently lives in New York City.


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    1. If we accept the idea that, among many different classifications, poetry also can be classified as socially active and socially passive, Gary Beck poems definitely fall into the first category. In some eighty-eight poems, there is almost no social issue or concept of the modern American society and the world in general, that Beck didn’t tackle in his verses.Socially engaged poetry is not a novelty. It is as old as poetry itself. Nevertheless, readers usually expect from poets expressions of so [...]


    2. At The Intersection of the Fault LinesPoetry Book Review: FAULT LINES by Gary BeckReviewed by, Melissa R. MendelsonWe believe to live the ordinary life, encased by the ordinary world. The days grow shorter, and the nights grow longer. We worry over trivial and great issues, hoping for someone to come and ease our pain and suffering as we enter the dog eat dog world to make ends meet. It’s just an ordinary path that we walk surrounded by the daily drum of life, hounded by the horn-blowing motor [...]


    3. Review of “Fault Lines” by Gary BeckKathie HaskinsDec. 2, 2016“Fault Lines” by Gary Beck is a collection of poems that will slap you in the face, causing you to wake up, clear your foggy brain, and demand action. The words contained within should be taken in small doses, as these poems are depressingly powerful. Still, they must be read by anyone with a conscience who wants to see positive change in our society. The topics are relevant with regard to current events, such as politics, his [...]


    4. Poetry is personal. Each poet writes their reflection of the world around them, however real or imaginary.Social commentary. Social injustices. Social media quips. The destruction of USA's food supply. The author has definitely identified our "Fault Lines" and delivers his reflection on the things that are plaguing our world right now.I could relate to many of the authors views on social media and politics. I was even taught some things about the state of our food supply.I enjoyed most: The Info [...]


    5. A review is one person’s take on another’s work, and thus is personal and depends on background, expectations, and experience. So as always, do not let my star count override your judgement of content. More on the stars, counting, and my rating challenges later. Let’s get to the real stuff, Beck’s book.You will find some eighty-eight poems. Beck is a bit didactic, not surprising given the amount of social commentary present in this work. In more than one case I found myself wishing I’d [...]


    6. Review by Cathy PorterIn reading Gary Beck’s poetry collection Fault Lines, I was struck by the title of the first poem “Symphony of the City” – instantly drawing comparisons in my mind to the old Lovin’ Spoonful song “Summer in the City.” The scene is set for a harsh and troubling ride through a world that is changing as fast as we blink, and yet nothing has really changed at all. If you are looking for poems about nature or inspirational verse, this may not be the collection for [...]


    7. This collection tackles the big issues in the world today – war, terrorism, politics, and homelessness, to name a few. And although at first the subject matter may sound a little grim, the poetry is so polished and satisfying to read. My personal favourite is ‘Symphony of the City’, which is the first poem in the book, and beautifully describes the sounds of urban life.Not only do the poems in this collection highlight the ‘fault lines’ of our modern world, but in doing so they serve t [...]


    8. I enjoyed this book of poems. It takes a look at humanity and the different aspects of it. If you look hard enough at anything you can see cracks. I think the book gave me some "food for thought". * I received this book from the author---this is my honest review*


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