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A poetics of the press, interviews with poets, printers, & publishers, edited, compiled, and introduced by Kyle Schlesinger

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A poetics of the press, interviews with poets, printers, & publishers, edited, compiled, and introduced by Kyle Schlesinger
Language
eng
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
A poetics of the press
Oclc number
1247837318
Responsibility statement
edited, compiled, and introduced by Kyle Schlesinger
Sub title
interviews with poets, printers, & publishers
Summary
"The publication of Donald Allen's The New American Poetry in 1960, as well as the Vancouver and Berkeley poetry conferences, sparked a poetic renaissance. It was an era rich in exploration and innovation that articulated a new relationship between form and content. Simultaneously, American artists began working with the book as a creative medium that rivaled the European tradition of the early twentieth century. This book is the first collection of interviews with some of the pioneers working at the intersection of the artists book and experimental writing that continues to this day. Includes interviews with Keith & Rosmarie Waldrop, Tom Raworth, Lyn Hejinian, Alan Loney, Mary Laird, Jonathan Greene, Alastair Johnston, Johanna Drucker, Philip Gallo, Steve Clay, Charles Alexander, Annabel Lee, Inge Bruggeman, Matvei Yankelevich, Anna Moschovakis, Aaron Cohick, and Scott Pierce."--Publisher's website (viewed 2021 June 16)
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