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Fri Mar 21 17:11:30 2014 UTClccn-n811216700.28Grave of light : new and selected poems, 1970-2005 /0.481.00Featuring the poems of: Alice Notley : essays: ... poems34733545Alice_Notleyn 81121670666626lccn-n79054229Berrigan, Tedctblccn-no2003093674Berrigan, Edmund1974-edtlccn-no2003054471Berrigan, Anselmedtlccn-n80082380Kornblum, Allan1949-edtlccn-n85349143Toothpaste Presslccn-nr88007274Oliver, Douglasnp-schneeman, georgeSchneeman, Georgeilllccn-n86014913Chax Presspbllccn-n79075613Mac Low, Jacksonlccn-n77005937Scalapino, LeslieNotley, Alice1945-Criticism, interpretation, etcPoetryFictionBiographyMusicAmerican poetryPoetryPoetry--AuthorshipEnglish poetryProse poems, AmericanUnited States--Southwestern StatesHomeless personsFeminist literatureWomenBerrigan, TedThought and thinkingWomen--IdentityNotley, Alice,Poets, AmericanWaldman, Anne,Elmslie, KenwardCoolidge, Clark,LiteraturePadgett, RonGinsberg, Allen,United StatesWarsh, LewisAmerican literaturePoetsHejinian, LynMayer, BernadettePublishers and publishingHollo, AnselmAshbery, John,Veitch, TomSchuyler, JamesKatz, Alex,Dorn, EdwardArt, AmericanMalanga, GerardDavis, SusanAmerican dramaArtistsPerforming arts--Production and directionArtPoetry, ModernAlternative spaces (Arts facilities)Experimental theaterGrooms, RedOff-Broadway theaterAuthors and publishersTheater--Production and directionWhalen, PhilipNew York (State)--New YorkAuthors and artists1945197019711973197419761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120138626180288811.54PS3564.O79ocn823844544ocn470043864ocn815548061ocn003488906ocn606484355ocn560431056ocn037324163ocn052068112ocn70213827311326ocn615635584file20050.53Notley, AliceComing after essays on poetryCriticism, interpretation, etcAlice Notley explores the work of second-generation New York School poets & their allies, including Ted Berrigan, Anne Waldman & Joanne Kyger, who are notorious for their refusal to criticise & theorise, assuming the stance that 'only the poems matter'+-+9403457295104110ocn058789325file20050.35Berrigan, TedThe collected poems of Ted Berrigan"This collection brings Ted Berrigan's published and unpublished poetry together in a single authoritative volume for the first time. Edited by the poet Alice Notley, Berrigan's second wife, and their two sons, The Collected Poems demonstrates the remarkable range, power, and importance of Berrigan's work. This volume makes Berrigan's achievement widely accessible and includes the first presentation of the sequence Easter Monday as a whole and in the order authorized by Berrigan shortly before his death."--BOOK JACKET+-+013487570510305ocn759869644file20110.37Notley, AliceSongs and stories of the ghoulsFictionMusicLeft dead after our cultures were broken by triumphant enemies, our stories changed to suit others. We now change them again to suit ourselves. Songs and Stories of the Ghouls purports to give power to the dead--voices to the victims of genocide both ancient and contemporary--and presence to women. Medea did not kill her sons; Dido founds a city, over and over again, the city of the present author's poetry. In these poems the poet asserts that though her art comes from a tradition as broken as Afghanistan's statuary, there is always a culture to pass on to one's children, and one is always involved in doing so. We are the ghouls, the drinkers of the blood-sacs, and we insist that we are alive. -- Jacket7806ocn703171770file20110.53Berrigan, TedThe selected poems of Ted BerriganFollowing the highly acclaimed Collected Poems of Ted Berrigan, poets Alice Notley, Anselm Berrigan, and Edmund Berrigan have collaborated again on this new selection of poems by one of the most influential and admired poets of his generation. Reflecting a new editorial approach, this volume demonstrates the breadth of Ted Berrigan's poetic accomplishments by presenting his most celebrated, interesting, and important work. This major second-wave New York School poet is often identified with his early poems, especially The Sonnets, but this selection encompasses his full poetic output, includin+-+89639457053245675ocn069241409book20060.28Notley, AliceGrave of light : new and selected poems, 1970-2005"Considered by many to be among the most outstanding of living American poets, Alice Notley has amassed a body of work that includes intimate lyrics, experimental diaries, traditional genres, the postmodern series, the newly invented epic, political observation and invective, and the poem as novel. This chronological selection of her most notable work offers a delineation of her life and creative development. Formerly associated with the second generation of the New York School, Notley has become a poet with a completely distinctive voice. Grave of Light is a progression of changing forms and styles--an extensive panorama held together explicitly by the shape of the poet's times. Notley's poems challenge their subjects head-on, suffusing language with radiant truth."--Publisher's website+-+37221046354484ocn047238692book20010.28Notley, AliceDisobedience+-+34775569653956ocn087770847book20070.32Notley, AliceIn the pines+-+19076689653073ocn037742398book19980.39Notley, AliceMysteries of small houses+-+01433059652594ocn644664969book20110.37Notley, AliceCulture of onePoetryIn a series of poems set in the American Southwest, the Pulitzer Prize-finalist author offers an array of verse based on a homeless woman who lives in her hometown's dump+-+08436689652336ocn032890710book19960.59Notley, AliceThe descent of AletteIn The Descent of Alette, Alice Notley presents a feminist epic, a bold journey into the deeper realms. Alette, the narrator, finds herself underground, deep beneath the city, where spirits and people ride endlessly on subways, not allowed to live in the world above. Traveling deeper and deeper, she is on a journey of continual transformation, encountering a series of figures and undergoing fragmentations and metamorphoses as she seeks to confront the Tyrant and heal the world. Using a new measure, with rhythmic units indicated by quotation marks, Notley has created a "spoken" text, a rich and mesmerizing work of imagination, mystery, and power+-+59123059651944ocn011519903book19850.76Notley, AliceMargaret & Dusty : poems+-+53582736451774ocn070839705book20060.73Notley, AliceAlma, or, The dead womenFiction"Alma, or The Dead Women, is a cross-genre book, poem/novel, poetry/prose, comedy/tragedy, that submits to no discipline but its own and was conceived by the author in a state of personal, national, and planetary grief. In this book, Alma, the true god of our world, is a foul-mouthed middle-aged working-class woman, a junky who injects heroin into the center of her forehead and dreams and suffers our nightmares with us. With the Dead Women, a community of spirits she attracts before but especially after September 11, 2001, Alma surveys with disbelief and horror the actions of the United States government as it perpetrates one war and prepares for another."--BOOK JACKET+-+07287623361486ocn007329301book19810.76Notley, AliceHow spring comes1354ocn007795581book19810.81Notley, AliceWaltzing Matilda1273ocn028633448book19930.79Notley, AliceSelected poems of Alice Notley+-+87543183361212ocn018530052book19880.81Berrigan, TedA certain slant of sunlight1155ocn002347249book19760.81Notley, AliceAlice ordered me to be made : poems 1975892ocn549434030book20100.92Notley, AliceReason and other womenPoetry+-+3939540745663ocn018043839book19870.93Notley, AliceAt night the states653ocn032876409book19950.93Notley, AliceClose to me & closer-- : (the language of heaven) ; and, Désamère : two books443ocn008731865book19820.95Notley, AliceTell me againBiography41ocn022776226book19741.00Notley, AliceFeaturing the poems of: Alice Notley : essays: ... poems23ocn056722147com20041.00Robbins, Amy Jeanne MoormanExperimental subjects : identity and subjectivity in postmodern poetry by American womenCriticism, interpretation, etcThis dissertation reconsiders the Language movement's effective prohibition against practitioners' treatment of identity and individual subjectivity in their writings, advancing a theory of this prohibition as it works to inform the poetry of Lyn Hejinian, Alice Notley, Harryette Mullen, Rae Armantrout, and Mei-mei Berssenbrugge. Although it has become a critical commonplace that the notion of discrete subjectivity can be understood to serve the status quo through an implicit endorsement of bourgeois ideals of the individual and a concomitant evasion of engagement with larger social structures, we find on close scrutiny of texts within the Language movement notable exceptions to this widely accepted ethos. Whereas some markers of subjectivity (e.g., gender) are grantors of legitimacy in the launching of language-based social critiques, we find buried within the movement an audible intolerance for discussion of racial and ethnic identities; indeed, where gender is addressed by Language accommodate the specifics of race21ocn741145833mix1.00Eye and Ear Theater CompanyEye and Ear Theater archiveHistoryExhibition catalogsWith regard to the productions staged by the Eye and Ear Theater Company the collection also holds scripts, programs, and advertisements along with a smaller quantity of contracts, receipts, actor or artist biographies, and notes including set design sketches, rehearsal and performance schedules. The productions are also documented in photographs depicting performances, sets, costumes, actors, artists, poets, and directors. In addition the collection holds three videotapes, one of which is a documentary of the company's 1988 production of Allan Ginsberg's Kaddish22ocn554731544book0.47Hollo, AnselmAnselm Hollo papersManuscriptsConsists of photocopy typescripts of Heavy Jars, a collection of poems inscribed to Ted Berrigan and Alice Notley; and Push of Joy, with cover sheet signed by Ted Berrigan and Alice Notley. Also included is a signed typescript draft translation from the german by Anselm and Josephine Clare Hollo of "Birthday" by Peter Altenberg, which is also inscribed to Ted Berrigan11ocn054359530rcrd20030.47Notley, Alice[American in Paris] [Alice NotleyCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsConsists of an interview originally aired on KAOS FM in which Paris-based American poet Alice Notley discusses poetry and her masterwork The descent of Alette11ocn642829462book20000.47Darling, ZoëMore below for Alice Notley11ocn032889330mix1.00Notley, AliceAlice Notley papersArchivesNotebooks covering the years 1969-1996 contain holograph manuscripts of most of Notley's published work; correspondence, primarily for the years 1988-2001, with numerous poets and editors; and collages, most created during the 1970s and 1990s. Major correspondents include Joe Brainard, Andrei Codrescu, Edward Foster, Allen Ginsberg, Douglas Messerli, Eileen Myles, Ron Padgett, Leslie Scalapino, Anne Waldman, and Philip Whalen. 2011 addition to the papers includes correspondence, personal journals, notebooks, and typescript drafts of published books of poetry11ocn028416026mix1.00Clark, TomTom Clark papersRecords and correspondenceManuscripts of poetry, fiction, biographies, and baseball writing (published and unpublished), notebooks, and artwork; and correspondence, research notes, interviews, and drafts of Clark's Charles Olson: The Allegory of a Poet's Life (1991). Correspondents include Ted Berrigan, Clark Coolidge, Ed Dorn, Donald Hall, Alice Notley, and Ron Padgett11ocn122391509book1.00Clark, TomRecords and correspondenceManuscripts of poetry, fiction, biographies, and baseball writing (published and unpublished), notebooks, and artwork; and correspondence, research notes, interviews, and drafts of Clark's Charles Olson: The Allegory of a Poet's Life (1991). Correspondents include Ted Berrigan, Clark Coolidge, Ed Dorn, Donald Hall, Alice Notley, and Ron Padgett11ocn314797110book1.00Whalen, PhilipPhilip Whalen correspondenceArchivesRecords and correspondenceThe collection contains correspondence from poets, Robert Creeley, Allen Ginsberg, Bernadette Mayer, Michael McClure, Alice Notley, Gary Snyder, and Anne Waldman. The letters which span from 1978-1987 discuss topics such as poetry, fellow poets, and arrangements for poetry readings, among other topics11ocn702158820mix1.00Padgett, RonRon Padgett papersArchivesThe collection consists of material created and accumulated by Ron Padgett in the course of his work as a poet, translator, and editor. Material includes extensive correspondence with other poets and writers; manuscripts for Padgett's books of poetry, prose, and translations, as well as some juvenilia and early writings; and manuscripts for writings by others. Also included are "bokes," the term coined by Padgett to describe the "little unique editions" Ted Berrigan and he made for each other beginning in the 1960s, which encompass dozens of unique handmade works by Tom Clark, Anne Waldman, Bill Berkson, George Schneeman, Michael Brownstein, Larry Fagin, Tom Veitch, Aram Saroyan, Steve Carey, and Lewis Warsh, among others. Also found are notebooks, including numerous travel diaries, project notebooks, and personal journals; appointment books for the years 1971 to 2002; as well as teaching files, student papers, research material, printed material, and personal papers. The collection also contains files for White Dove Review, edited by Padgett, along with Dick Gallup and Joe Brainard, while they were high school students in Tulsa, and Full Court Press, edited and published by Padgett, Joan Simon, and Anne Waldman from 1974 to 198911ocn122370656book1.00Berkson, BillPeriodicalsRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, literary mss., poems, project and publication files, and ephemera; together with files of Big Sky magazine and press. Includes correspondence, mss. of writings, and other papers of Berkson's associate, Frank O'Hara, and files relating to memorial publications coordinated by Berkson after O'Hara's death (1966). Correspondents include Ted Berrigan, Clark Coolidge, Kenward Elmslie, Philip Guston, Gerard Malanga, Alice Notley, Ron Padgett, Simon Schuchat, Tom Veitch, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, and Barrett Watten11ocn055091912rcrd20040.47Notley, Alice[Euro North America] [Alice Notley. Jim Kates. Carmen FiranCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsConsists of three interviews originally aired on KAOS FM. The first consists of Alice Notley, from Paris, reading from Mysteries of small houses and Disobedience. The second consists of Jim Kate reading his English translations of the Russian poet Tatiana Scherbina. In the third, Romanian poet Carmen Firan reads from her work and discusses her love affair with New York City11ocn062299529rcrd19760.47Waldman, Anne7-8-76 Visiting poet Kerouac School Waldman and FaginAnne Waldman and Larry Fagin conduct a class on the nature of poetics and composition in the context of the poetry of Philip Whalen and Frank O'Hara. They begin by discussing William Carlos Williams and Whalen's influence on Alice Notley. They discuss the differences between Whalen and O'Hara's poetry, action poetry and concrete poetry, and the substance of a poem. Waldman reads Whalen's poems Take 1, 4-2-58 and Same old jazz, O'Hara's Hotel particulier, Steps and The day Lady died, and The way by Robert Creeley. Fagin reads Art and music, The trolley, and Art and literature by Whalen, My blue heaven by Lewis Warsh, and Two pathetic poems by Charles North. Waldman and Fagin substitute for Ted Berrigan, who was originally slated to give the lecture11ocn028415696mix1.00Berkson, BillBill Berkson papersPeriodicalsRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, literary mss., poems, project and publication files, and ephemera; together with files of Big Sky magazine and press. Includes correspondence, mss. of writings, and other papers of Berkson's associate, Frank O'Hara, and files relating to memorial publications coordinated by Berkson after O'Hara's death (1966). Correspondents include Ted Berrigan, Clark Coolidge, Kenward Elmslie, Philip Guston, Gerard Malanga, Alice Notley, Ron Padgett, Simon Schuchat, Tom Veitch, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, and Barrett Watten11ocn031911212mix1.00Borders Book Store (Birmingham, Mich.)Portraits of writersPortraitsBlack and white, 8 x 10, photographic portraits of 43 contemporary American writers. The portraits were taken by Carl Schur during each writer's reading at the Borders Bookstore in Birmingham, Mich11ocn702193077mix1.00Papers relating to Blind Date and New Blind DateCollection consists of production files, audio recordings, and printed and other materials relating to the literary magazines Blind Date and New Blind Date. The production files contain submissions of short fiction, poetry, interviews, and reviews, many from San Francisco area writers, including instructors and students at the New College of California poetics program. Contributors include: Tom Clark, Diane Di Prima, Edward Dorn, Jack Foley, Gloria Frym, Dick Gallup, Amy Gerstler, Jack Hirschman, Anselm Hollo, Bill Knott, Richard Kostelanetz, Jonathan Lethem, David Meltzer, Eileen Myles, Alice Notley, Andrew Schelling, and others. In additon to the production files, there are several audio recordings of interviews with Bay Area writers and artists, including Jim Carroll, Howard Hart, and William Talcott, as well as the vendor's item-level description of the archive11ocn054705032book19991.00Thomas, Heather HSpectacular margins : women poets refigure the epic ; transfigured self in innovative long poems of Alice Notley and Ann WaldmanCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn495696105mix1.00Schiff, HarrisHarris Schiff papersThe collection consists of the papers of Harris Schiff from 1961-2008. The papers include correspondence, writings by Schiff, works by others, subject files, photographs, and audiovisual material. The collection documents Schiff's life and creative works, as well as his collaborations and relationships with other New York poets during the 1960s-1970s. The correspondence includes letters from Bill Berkson, Ted Berrigan, Allen Ginsberg, Anselm Hollo, Gerald Malanga, Alice Notley, Ron Padgett, Lewis Warsh, and Anne Waldman, among others. Many of the letters discuss current projects the poets were working on, as well as their social lives. Some correspondence from Anne Waldman and Alice Notley discuss Poetry Project business. In addition to writings by Schiff himself, the collection also contains a substantial amount of works (both art and writings) by various friends and acquaintances including Ted Berrigan, Alice Notley, George Schneeman, and Lewis Warsh. The aduiovisual material includes audio recordings of readings/performances by Ted Berrigan, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Simon Pettet, harris Schiff, and Jack Spicer. Video Footage includes readings by Ted Berrigan and Harris Schiff; raw and dubbed versions of New York street scenes filmed by Allen Ginsberg and Harris Schiff, each manning a camera on May 5-6, 1978; and several versions of Ginsberg's "Ego Confessions."+-+9403457295+-+9403457295Fri Mar 21 15:27:06 EDT 2014batch33450