The Luckless Age

The Luckless Age stands at the end of the nuclear era, a bridge between the anxiety of the Cold War and the false hope of “morning in America.” It tours the beautiful desolation of America’s urban nightscape, as reported from the mosh pit and the boardroom, the bedroom and the bar. Its voice emerges above the white noise of modern broadcasting to paint a portrait of America at once brutal, honest, and yet hopeful at its core.

The Luckless Age is a celebration of the intricate rituals we build to connect with our lovers, our rivals, and our past.


Steve Kistulentz ( Author Website )

Publication Date: February 1, 2011

Genre/Imprint: Poetry

$16.95 Tradepaper

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ISBN: 978-1-59709-494-8

Reviews

A 1/2 Dozen for Steve Kistulentz

Wednesday, February 23, 2011A 1/2 Dozen for Steve KistulentzA 1/2 Dozen with poet Steve Kistulentz whose first collection of poemsThe Luckless Agehas just debuted.Kistulentztalks pop culture, a John Hughesyouth, obsessions,and […]

Review from first person plural””

I'd like to believe in an America where ketchup was never a vegetable, where half the population did not revere a president for his fake triumph over a weakened nation […]
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