The third section pushed this to four stars for me. I'm still smiling from the beauty of the last poem, "Voyage." Hoagland's always written of masculinity--humorously and honestly, although in some cases I felt like writing something in response along the lines of "Chicks feel this, too"--loneliness, and, increasingly, modern life (see: title). I find the critiques of capitalism, media, etc. a little easy and uninteresting, and for me the personal as political is where it's at with this poet.