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Judith Roche Interview

On May 11, 2016, your humble narrator caught up with Seattle poet, teacher and literary curator Judith Roche to discuss her new book All Fire All Water published by Black Heron Press. We sat at the kitchen table of her Leschi … Continue reading

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Neo-Barroco: the Missing Group of the New American Poetry

Neo-Barroco: the Missing Group of the New American Poetry (Notes for a talk given at Lit Fuse, Tieton, Washington, October 8, 2010) I’ll speak today on a stream of American poetry little known by all but a few USAmericans, but … Continue reading

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Diane Di Prima – American Poetry and the Beat Movement from a Female Perspective

Diane Di Prima – American Poetry and the Beat Movement from a Female Perspective Diane Di Prima is perhaps the most well-known female poet of the Beat Literary movement. She discussed how she decided at age fourteen to dedicate her … Continue reading

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