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by Andrei Codrescu

eBook American poetry since 1970: Up late download ISBN: 0941423042
Author: Andrei Codrescu
Publisher: Four Walls Eight Windows; 2nd ed. edition (1987)
Language: English
Pages: 591
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Category: Literature
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1988: American Poetry Since 1970: Up Late. Video: Andrei Codrescu - The Posthuman DADA Guide: Tzara and Lenin Play Chess, presentation in Portland, Oregon, on April 30, 2009, from the recent book tour.

1988: American Poetry Since 1970: Up Late. New York: 4 Walls/8 Windows Press. 1990: The Stiffest of the Corpse: an Exquisite Corpse Reader, 1983-1990. Voices on Antisemitism - Interview with Andrei Codrescu from the . Holocaust Memorial Museum. Andrei Codrescu is a regular contributor to Mineshaft magazine.

New York : Four Walls Eight Windows. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Kahle/Austin Foundation. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on January 27, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

American Poetry Since 1970 book.

American Poetry Since 1970: Up late. New York: Four Walls, Eight Windows. A book-length study of Andrei Codrescu and his work. Includes five interviews with Codrescu and a scholarly chapter by a Romanian professor about Codrescu from the Romanian perspective. The Stiffest of the Corpses: an Exquisite Corpse Reader, 1983-1990. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1990. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows, 1996. John J. O'Connor (March 20, 1995).

Born Andrei Perlmutter in Transylvania soon after the Holocaust, poet .

Born Andrei Perlmutter in Transylvania soon after the Holocaust, poet, novelist, and essayist Andrei Codrescu moved to Detroit in 1966 and eventuall. Codrescu’s poetry explores themes of identity, exile, and transformation with bold irreverence. He is the author of dozens of books of poetry, including Jealous Witness (2008), It Was Today (2003), and his debut, License to Carry a Gun (1970), which won the Big Table Poetry Award. He is also the recipient of the 2005 Ovidius Prize. In 1983 Codrescu founded Exquisite Corpse: A Journal of Books & Ideas.

American Poetry Since 1970 : Up Late. By (photographer) Andrei Codrescu.

Codrescu doesn't come to the task of anthologizing with an ideological bone to pick. He requires only excellent, passionate speech. Unlike many anthologies, the range of styles is huge.

American Poetry Since 1970: Up Late", Four Walls Eight Windows, 1988 (ISBN 41423-04-2) "The Stiffest of the Corpse: An Exquisite Corpse Reader", Consortium Book . 1988: American Poetry Since 1970: Up Late. New York: 4 Walls/8 Windows Press

American Poetry Since 1970: Up Late", Four Walls Eight Windows, 1988 (ISBN 41423-04-2) "The Stiffest of the Corpse: An Exquisite Corpse Reader", Consortium Book Sales & Dist. ’1990: The Stiffest of the Corpse: an Exquisite Corpse Reader, 1983-1990.

ANDREI CODRESCU was born in SIbiu, Transylvania, Romania, and emigrated to the . Andrei Codrescu lives and writes at the edge of his imagination. It is his first book of poetry written entirely in Romanian, fifty years after leaving Romania in 1965

ANDREI CODRESCU was born in SIbiu, Transylvania, Romania, and emigrated to the United States in 1966. He is the author of numerous books: poems, novels, and essays. He founded Exquisite Corpse: a Journal of Books and Ideas. He is a poet of hope and political defiance, of exaltation and exuberance. It is his first book of poetry written entirely in Romanian, fifty years after leaving Romania in 1965. Metroul F: Doi ani pe romaneste Romanian. Scrisul Romanesc November 2019.

Codrescu is not interested in Poetry written by pandering Academic poets or the safe observations of literary poesy, nor the ugly . If you're interested in contemporary & postmodern poetry, this is a better place than most to start

Codrescu is not interested in Poetry written by pandering Academic poets or the safe observations of literary poesy, nor the ugly excesses of Slam. These Poems are wrought by Night Hawks: those who write their extroardinary visions while others are just dreaming them, if at all. Works by Art Lange and Henry Kanabus map a landscape only vistited by literary rebels, concise and clear - unconcerned with disturbing the tame minds of their generation. If you're interested in contemporary & postmodern poetry, this is a better place than most to start. Codrescu doesn't come to the task of anthologizing with an ideological bone to pick.

The new edition of the bestselling alternative anthology of American poets isa 600-page gathering of what is alive, awake, and intelligent on the current poetry scene. This edition includes a complete index and more than 400 poems.
Comments: (4)
Whiteseeker
One good thing about poems is that at least they're short.

But the big problem remains with most of these poets. What are they trying to say and why are they saying it? It's not clear. And it's not my problem.

I love the intro by the editor with all the quirkily unusual usages and teasingly elusive meanings. And we're told over and over how bold and experimental and hard-working the poets are. And the closing line about the "unstoppably gruesome laughter" harks straight back to Baudelaire's famous dictum about the sublimity of poetry taking the reader to "an oasis of horror in a desert of boredom". The modern world's a man-made desert of tool-servitude and poetry and art are a very poor consolation. I'll be sticking with things that "grok" a little easier, such as tumblr images or just bumbling first-person through ambient reality.
Agalas
Codrescu is not interested in Poetry written by pandering Academic poets or the safe observations of literary poesy, nor the ugly excesses of Slam. These Poems are wrought by Night Hawks: those who write their extroardinary visions while others are just dreaming them, if at all. Works by Art Lange and Henry Kanabus map a landscape only vistited by literary rebels, concise and clear - unconcerned with disturbing the tame minds of their generation. Compare this Anthology to Norton's selection of New American Poets. This Anthology bristles with innovation. Quotidian concerns are NOT what this collection is about. This collection contains the beauty of the grotesque and the words of lone giants. A milestone in the world of post-modernist Poetry.
ChallengeMine
If you're interested in contemporary & postmodern poetry, this is a better place than most to start. Codrescu doesn't come to the task of anthologizing with an ideological bone to pick. He requires only excellent, passionate speech. Unlike many anthologies, the range of styles is huge. What you won't get here is safe poetry, written by comfortable people more interested in keeping their jobs in some lame creative writing program than they are in their subject matter. You won't like everything in here, but you'll be stunned and amazed by much of it, and it will change the way you think about poetry. Very highly recommended.
Mogelv
If you are getting into poetry this is a wonderful selection. For the new poet and the old, each poem is selected especially to convey a message-a change in poetry, and yet, to always be in keeping of the classics.