The PIP Anthology of World Poetry of the 20th Century, Volume 5
The fifth volume of the PIP series features the work of innovative poets of Southern California. This group of 25 poets does not write a particular "kind" of poetry but has worked together through a series of intersecting ideas and interests to create some of the best writing of contemporary poetry, contradicting many of the simplistic notions of the nation regarding this region of the country. In his introduction, Messerli presents an original history of the literary scene in Southern California and outlines its many -contributions to American culture and the shared interests of these poets.
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Lee Hickman, trained as a professional actor, performed in plays in his New York
City years, most notably in a one-man performance of Shakespeare's Henry IV,
which he recreated later, at Phillips's request, at CalArts. Joe Ross's first poetic ...
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Press. "The Impalpable Brush Fire Singer" and "Inside the Ghost Volcano"
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Although influenced, in part, by writers associated at the time with New York
School poetry such as Bernadette Mayer and Clark Coolidge, Ward notes that
she was most influenced by Gertrude Stein and conceptual artists of the period.
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