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Into The Heart Of Wetness

Sonoma County, California, the west of the county specifically, received three visitors in the last days of February and early into March of 2019.  One was unwelcome and made a big impact, and the other two, although welcome and appreciated, … Continue reading

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New To The Society’s Shelves

New To The Society’s Shelves Over the past year The New Black Bart Poetry Society has acquired either as review/gift/comp copies, subscription, and or diligent used bookstore browsing a fair but not overwhelming number of books to add to the … Continue reading

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Schools of Poetry, Part I

Schools of Poetry, Part One  An excerpt from Pat Nolan’s online fiction Ode To Sunset—A Year in the Life of American Genius  Wendt met Andy Porter for lunch at Bebop Dim Sum Café on Clement.  The place was run by … Continue reading

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Some Assembly Required

Some Assembly Required Bill Berkson’s “Memoir In Pieces”  When talking about Bill Berkson certain assumptions must be addressed.  That he was a quintessential New Yorker who had escaped to California and created a niche for himself among artists and writers … 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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The Poetry Reading

The Poetry Reading  (Carl Wendt, autodidact, professional cynic, flaneur, conman,  outlier outlaw, and last of the hardboiled poets actually attends a memorial poetry reading at which he is one of the scheduled readers.) from Ode To Sunset, A Year in … 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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