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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Narrative Diane Ward — perhaps the poet least concerned with narrative in this
volume — recently recounted, "When I moved here and began reading the poetry
of my friends, I was amazed at how narrative the work was. What is all this ...
Leland Hickman's poetry, moreover, has often been described as long, narrative
monologues; Christopher Reiner's prose poems could also be thought of as short
works of fiction; and both Paul Vangelisti and John Thomas have written longer ...
Douglas Messerli. The only way anyone wanting to comprehend the experience
of living and surviving in southern California can come to terms with the place is
to create a narrative of sorts, to piece together the area, bit by bit, sharing small ...
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