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How To Write A Preface

How To Write A Preface To A Posthumous Poetry Collection (Not!) from Ode To Sunset, A Year in the Life of American Genius a fiction by Pat Nolan “My only fear about what critics say about me is that they … Continue reading

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Poetry Is A Crowded Room

Poetry Is A Crowded Room Attending the Cirque De Penumbroi, a poetry happening in the partially demolished Reed Hotel south of Market, Carl Wendt, last of the hardboiled vigilante poets, is guided to the performer’s facilities on the second floor … Continue reading

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Rothenberg Poetry University

Rothenberg Poetry University Heuristic Maps For The Mastery of Poetry Jerome Rothenberg is a genius.  With the aid of his able collaborators, he has mapped out a heuristic path for the study of poetry and toward a unifying theory of … Continue reading

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Lost And Found In Translation

Lost And Found In Translation By Pat Nolan “To produce a translation that may be accurate according to the dictionary, but bland and distant from the spirit of the poem because one has either ignored or misunderstood the author’s poetics … Continue reading

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Gary Snyder’s Myths & Text

Gary Snyder’s Myths and Texts by Keith Kumasen Abbott “. . .academic fashion judged poets and other artistic innovators as suspect or irrelevant; critics were essential. . . the academically based literary or art critic was more important than creative … Continue reading

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The [Attempted] Assassination of Ted Berrigan

The [Attempted] Assassination of Ted Berrigan (researched & compiled by the Z-D Generation originally published in Life Of Crime in 1985) “Why is it that seven out of ten years San Francisco is a boring poetry scene, and now it’s hotter … Continue reading

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Bathroom Art Galleries

Bathroom Art Galleries Reflections on Broadsides, Poem Cards and Literary Artifacts of The 70’s and 80’s by Pat Nolan The bathrooms in these transient student garrets served as galleries of an equally transient art thumbtacked to the water stained walls … Continue reading

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