Tag Archives: Schools of Poetry

Showing Vs. Telling, Part III

Showing vs. Telling: Toward a Rhetoric of the Page Part 3 of 3 by Tim Hunt “The page might be said to function reflexively: the poet interacts with the page in fashioning an aesthetic object; the reader in turn re-enacts … Continue reading

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Showing vs. Telling, Part II

Showing vs. Telling: Toward a Rhetoric of the Page ~Part 2 of 3~ by Tim Hunt “This is not to suggest that listening is inferior to visual processing.  It is, rather, to note that speaking/hearing and writing/reading are different modes … Continue reading

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Showing vs. Telling, Part I

Showing vs. Telling: Toward a Rhetoric of the Page Part 1 of 3 by Tim Hunt  “The medium of writing must be, it seems, either an attempt to subvert, an attempt to ignore and hide, or an attempt to engage … Continue reading

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The NO HAT Lecture

THE NO HAT LECTURE: Kerouac’s Haiku by Keith Kumasen Abbott Jack Kerouac’s Book of Haikus (Penguin, 2003) functions as a literary collection but also as a collection of various contemplative perceptions, intuitions of Buddhamind. Kerouac joked that he possessed “a … Continue reading

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Nothing Is Forever

Nothing Is Forever: Philip Whalen’s “Kozan-ji” and Kyoto catalysis by Keith Kumasen Abbott From Whalen’s notebook 16:IV: 68: Walking, looking at blossoming rhododendrons—I thought how much I used to love them, to be turned on by them: I depended upon … Continue reading

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Edgy Dreams

Dreaming On The Edge; Poets & Book Artists in California Alastair M. Johnston, Oak Knoll Press, 2016 Some finely crafted small books, despite the richness of their contents and the originality of their design, often pass unnoticed at the time … Continue reading

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In Conversation With Maureen Owen

In Conversation with Maureen Owen American poet, editor, and publisher Maureen Owen was born in Minnesota in 1943 and grew up on the racetrack circuit in California where her parents were horse trainers.  She was an early participant in St. Mark’s Poetry … Continue reading

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