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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Someone got drunk And lay for days In the belly of his host. Another. And a
couple in the corner over and over "What would a holiday be without Billie?" We
would know that. We would sing along. We would dance. We would. In the little
I thought I went in; there were times I thought I was on the other side, and
someone kept calling me to come out. Who? Someone with eyes like my own:
startled, that is, brown eyes. Were they in his hands in his pockets? No. He kept
looking at ...
Someone behind me opened up a bottle of champagne and the cork hit the back
of my head. I thought I had been shot. Then I thought the hall was full of insects
buzzing around the flowers in the carpet. My face felt sunburned. A flashlight was
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