The Fast and The Orpheus: A Zine of Fast & Furious Poetry

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The Fast and The Orpheus: A Zine of Fast & Furious Poetry

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"The Fast and the Orpheus is a book of poems written by Han and rescued from the wreckage of his RX-7 by Dave Landsberger just before Deckard Shaw sets it on fire."

- P. Scott Cunningham

The Fast and The Orpheus is a zine of poems and illustrations inspired by The Fast and The Furious movie franchise exploring the undeniable popularity and accessibility of the films. The poems embrace the franchise's themes of family, death, responsibility, speed, and identity, spoken in voices of the film's characters in addition to the voice of the moviegoer who struggles to contextualize the excess of the films in a mundane and brutal reality. The zine was designed and illustrated by Noah Levy and published in conjunction with the 2 Poetry 2 Ferrari project during O, MIAMI 2017.

12 pages 

Zine will be signed by the author

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Poems Copyright Dave Landsberger 2017

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All illustrations and design Copyright Noah Levy

Table of Contents:

  • I Just Watched all The Fast and The Furious Movies in Order (by Theatrical Release) and It Was Awesome
  • Dominic Toretto Considers the Sky
  • Ghost Homegirl
  • Han 101
  • Expressway Country Song
  • Second Viewing
  • I Just Watched all The Fast and The Furious Movies in Order (by Narrative Timeline) and It Was Awesome

This chapbook was made possible by O, MIAMI, The Knight Foundation, Miami-Dade County, and The Florida Department of Arts.