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Dragosh Ziditoru from the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh PDF E-mail
The Romanian poet & resident of London Dragosh Ziditoru reports from Scotland about the graying of poetry readers and the (apparent) liveliness of spoken word performances. He is pessoptimist.
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ACTUALISM RETURNS! AFTER HAVING NEVER GONE AWAY! READ ALL ABOUT IT! PDF E-mail
ACTUALISM RETURNS!
AFTER HAVING NEVER GONE AWAY!
READ ALL ABOUT IT!
Lucy In the Sky With Darrell
Table of Contents
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Lucy In The Sky Interruption for COMIX PDF E-mail
Lucy In The Sky Interruption for COMIX

Andrei Codrescu, Darrell Gray & James Dickey, Ron Bayes & Steve Levine & Steve Abbott & Lyn Lifshin, Gertrude Stein, Sylvia Plath, T. S. Eliot, Stephen Crane, Steve Toth , Funky Pussies, Mary du Passage, Tom Dish , Top Shelf Art, The Odyssey & Hustler & Penthouse & Playboy
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Lucy In the Sky With Darrell: Actualism Part 2: PDF E-mail
Lucy In the Sky With Darrell
Part 2
The Story of Actualism
In Iowa City

A Prose History
Of
Poetry City

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Lucy In the Sky With Darrell: Actualism Part 1 PDF E-mail
Lucy In the Sky With Darrell
Part 1
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Lucy In the Sky With Darrell: Actualism Part 3 PDF E-mail
Lucy In the Sky With Darrell
Part 3

The Story of Actualism
In Iowa City

Poetry Comics

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Lucy In the Sky With Darrell: Actualism Part 4 PDF E-mail
Lucy In the Sky With Darrell
Part 4

The Story of Actualism
In Iowa City

 

Anthology of Collaborations

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Homage to Hariette Surovell PDF E-mail
Homage to Hariette Surovell

I met Hariette in 1984 when I sat next to her at a Chinese restaurant where my publisher, Bill Zavatsky, took a whole gaggle of us after reading and signing my "Selected Poems" at Books & Co (no longer there, alas). I couldn't eat anything because I'd smoked a powerful joint with my pal Mike Golden before the reading, plus Hariette's amazing tits kept blocking my view of all my other appetities. I didn't know who she was, but when she asked me why I wasn't eating, I said, "Because I'd rather eat you." Well, that was that, goodbye China, Bill, and Mike, and all the rest of you, people of 1984. Hariette and I became friends, and when I discovered what a great writer she was, I never stopped publishing her in my new rag, Exquisite Corpse.
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