The Poetry Reading : A Contemporary Compendium on Language and Performance
  • reference book
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white
  • 22.8 x 15.2 cm.
  • 351 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered
  • ISBN 0917672100

The Poetry Reading : A Contemporary Compendium on Language and Performance

Stephen Vincent, Ellen Zweig, Jessica Hagedorn, Hilton Obenzinger, Alta, Frances Jaffer, Barry Eisenberg, Victor Hernández Cruz, Harry Lewis, Thulani Davis, James Humphrey, David Guss, Howard Norman, Jerome Rothenberg, Tom Schmidt, James Schevill, Eileen Shukofsky, Jackson Mac Low, Ron Silliman, David Antin, Linda Montano, Faye Kicknosway, Don Grabau, Al King, Cid Corman, Alan Austin, Norma Smith, Robert Peters, Charles Amirkhanian, Charlie Morrow, Steve McCaffery, Larry Wendt, Francis O. Sinclair, Lorine Niedecker, Ron Sukenick, Ted Pearson, Frances Butler, Graham Mackintosh, Alastair Johnston, Betsy Davids, Jim Petrillo, Holbrook Teter, Michael Myers, Cheryl Miller

The Poetry Reading : A Contemporary Compendium on Language and Performance

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"The Poetry Reading : A Contemporary Compendium on Language & Performance is a vital and major volume of essays, interviews, and original materials that explore the rich sources, influences, and the vibrant current condition of how poetry is performed and revealed in a variety of contexts. Fifty-five poets, performers and technicians contribute to sections on Histories, Oral Sources, Performance, Video, Disc & Cassette, Sound, and The Argument for the Page. Contributors include Jessica Hagedorn, Hilton Obenzinger, Alta, Frances Jaffer, Barry Eisenberg, Victor Hernández Cruz, Harry Lewis, Thulani Davis, James Humphrey, David Guss, Howard Norman, Jerome Rothenberg, Tom Schmidt, James Schevill, Eileen Shukofsky, Jackson Mac Low, Ron Silliman, David Antin, Linda Montano, Faye Kicknosway, Don Grabau, Al King, Cid Corman, Alan Austin, Norma Smith, Robert Peters, Charles Amirkhanian, Charlie Morrow, Steve McCaffery, Larry Wendt, Francis O. Sinclair, Lorine Niedecker, Ron Sukenick, Ted Pearson, Frances Butler, Graham Mackintosh, Alastair Johnston, Betsy Davids, Jim Petrillo, Holbrook Teter, Michael Myers and Cheryl Miller." -- publisher's statement.

San Francisco, Canada: Momo's Press,
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