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Author: Amber Tamblyn
Publisher: San Francisco : Manic D Press, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Secondary (senior high) school : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Amber Tamblyn offers poetic insights into what it's like to be an actress in the public eye since the age of 11. Whether she's describing real life info-gathering for a primetime TV drama ("Role Research"), commenting in 140 characters on social networking ("Tweet"), addressing the crossroads of public perception and private life ("Fell Off"), reflecting on love ("Hate, a Love Poem"), or having fun with poetic form  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Young adult poetry
Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Tamblyn, Amber.
Bang Ditto.
San Francisco : Manic D Press, ©2009
(OCoLC)890604888
Material Type: Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Amber Tamblyn
ISBN: 9781933149349 1933149345
OCLC Number: 318876159
Description: 125 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Arches Up --
Role Research --
Dear Demographic --
Book Inscription for 1/2 of the Coen Brothers --
Face Off --
If You're Going Through Hell --
Earthquake --
Seeing Into Seoul --
Ante Meridiem with Noelle Kocot --
Katharine Hepburn Straight to DVD --
Crossing the World --
Learning to Trust Legs --
This Little Pinky --
Gene Diamonds --
Poriferan --
Eve of a Presidency --
Subtitles on Children --
Croak --
Fell Off --
Run On --
My Face --
Barbie --
Disappearing Act --
Something --
Good Hand --
Shades --
Louisiana Stories --
Overheard: Table Two --
Tweet --
Achilles, Revisited --
Trust Haiku --
Strange --
He Seemed Like a Nice Axe --
Bedtime for the Archimedes of Your Hell --
In My Best Anne Sexton Accent --
Turning to Ropes --
Bang Ditto --
Family Value --
Framework --
Harlequin --
In a New York Mugging --
Hate, a Love Poem --
Moth Tamer --
With Lots of Salt Water and Imagination --
Interlude --
Face Me --
Ode to a Rug --
Roadkil --
Swagger Headfirst Into Your Campfire --
Black Tie Warren --
Ice Cube Language and Dracula Boy --
Dear Watermelon Seed --
Sunday Paper Classified --
Winter --
At the Natural History Museum --
Word War --
School for the Vivid --
Downer's Club --
If You Decide It's Better to Let Go --
Oh, You --
Cold Conscience --
How My Papa Saved Christmas.
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"Amber Tamblyn offers poetic insights into what it's like to be an actress in the public eye since the age of 11. Whether she's describing real life info-gathering for a primetime TV drama ("Role Research"), commenting in 140 characters on social networking ("Tweet"), addressing the crossroads of public perception and private life ("Fell Off"), reflecting on love ("Hate, a Love Poem"), or having fun with poetic form ("Trust Haiku"), Amber Tamblyn gives readers a unique and unexpected view into a life that is often wondered about but rarely revealed."--BOOK JACKET.

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