Three Radical Poets: Tributes to Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Adrienne Rich

  • Title: Three Radical Poets: Tributes to Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Adrienne Rich
  • Author: Eliot Katz
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  • Page: 109
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  • Three Radical Poets Tributes to Allen Ginsberg Gregory Corso and Adrienne Rich This volume offers short personal and literary essays on the work of Allen Ginsberg Gregory Corso and Adrienne Rich
    This volume offers short personal and literary essays on the work of Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Adrienne Rich.

    • Three Radical Poets: Tributes to Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Adrienne Rich ¦ Eliot Katz
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    About Eliot Katz


    1. Eliot Katz s newest book is a readable, scholarly volume entitled, The Poetry and Politics of Allen Ginsberg Katz is the author of seven books of poetry, including Unlocking the Exits 1999 and Love, War, Fire, Wind Looking Out from North America s Skull 2009 , done in collaboration with the artist, William T Ayton His first full length poetry book, Space and Other Poems for Love, Laughs, and Social Transformation was published in 1990, with introductions by Allen Ginsberg and Amiri Baraka, and a front cover drawing by Leon Golub Katz is also the author of two prose e books, Three Radical Poets Tributes to Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Adrienne Rich 2013 and The Moonlight of Home and Other Stories of Truth and Fiction 2013 He was a coeditor, with Allen Ginsberg and Andy Clausen, of Poems for the Nation 2000 , a collection of contemporary political poems that Ginsberg was compiling in the 18 months before his death in 1997 A cofounder, with Danny Shot, and former coeditor of Long Shot literary journal, he guest edited Long Shot s final issue, a Beat Bush issue released in Spring 2004 His poems are included in the anthologies Poetry After 9 11 An Anthology of New York Poets Blood to Remember American Poets on the Holocaust, 2nd ed The World the 60s Made Politics and Culture in Recent America Aloud Voices from the Nuyorican Poets Cafe Blue Stones and Salt Hay An Anthology of Contemporary New Jersey Poets Identity Lessons Contemporary Writing About Learning to Be American Bum Rush the Page A Def Poetry Jam Nada Poems Confronting Capitalism Dispatches from a Global Movement and In Defense of Mumia His long essay, Radical Eyes, is included in the prose collection, The Poem That Changed America Howl Fifty Years Later He is coeditor of a bilingual anthology published in France in 1997, entitled Changing America Contemporary U.S Poems of Protest, 1980 1995 Called another classic New Jersey bard by Allen Ginsberg, Katz has worked for many years as an activist for a wide range of peace and social justice causes, including a decade spent as an advocate for Central New Jersey homeless families He currently lives in Hoboken, NJ, and serves as poetry editor of the online politics quarterly, Logos A Journal of Modern Society and Culture.


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