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Aaron Belz

Aaron Belz (born September 27, 1971) is an American writer and poet

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We just watch anything speed by. To stop and really ponder what a product label says, or the tagline ...

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After the first few readings in comedy venues I did begin to write for laughs. There's something so ...

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Writing essays and teaching composition have helped me immensely in writing poetry, because they've ...

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Humor and absurdism are inevitable. If you look at our current massive flow of consumer products and ...

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Surprise keeps the reader awake. The only alternative is to continue saying what the reader is expec ...

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Negative space is important. When I teach students to read critically I advise them to look for what ...

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Whenever I do a comedy show I still just read poems, some of which are intentionally funny and some ...

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The language itself is what gets me interested in writing. It's weird to me that words exist. Never ...

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The brands with which we surround ourselves prop us up, make us feel sexy and beautiful, when in rea ...

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Poetry is a way for me to explore a tingly feeling, to let it play itself out, and also to map it. I ...

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I don't really want to write fiction at all. I don't see why fiction is necessary when we have real ...

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I want to leave my readers with a sequence of ideas/phrases that makes them question something they' ...

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I gravitate toward the larger worldview questions such as, Why are we here? What are we supposed to ...

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Nothing is as easy or natural as consumer brands want us to think - no problem is as resolvable. You ...

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The brand is lying about something, or at least misrepresenting it. When I read a bottle of shampoo ...

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