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Aethersphere ; Philosophy : Art : Physics By dead beat poet
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Thank you for beginning to read this book of more than 300 poetic works, this introduction will be your guide to these unconsciously created poems. They were written with a self-exquisite corpse and... More > spontaneous automatism, with aid of muses, red inked molskines and mounds of aetherspheric tomes, the dates of writing are from the fall of 2008 to the spring of 2011 perks.< Less
Aethersphere ; Philosophy : Art : Physics By dead beat poet
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Thank you for beginning to read this book of more than 300 poetic works, this introduction will be your guide to these unconsciously created poems. They were written with a self-exquisite corpse and... More > spontaneous automatism, with aid of muses, red inked molskines and mounds of aetherspheric tomes, the dates of writing are from the fall of 2008 to the spring of 2011 perks.< Less
Beating the Lilies By Matthew Young
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Matthew Young is a new beat poet, and also a Doors fan, the second name Young --- in this case is correct --- because both the poetry and the poet are! I especially dug: 'Brendan Behans' Glass',... More > 'Diet Christ', 'Dreaming Like A Symphony' and 'Dublin Ramblings'; amongst the 247 pages of Matthew's first poetry works in his new book: BEATING THE LILIES. Meeting Matt a couple of years ago on a poetry reading trip with other Doors fans in that low-lit Rue de la Roquette passage, near my fave Parisian hotel the Royal Bastille --- we hung like Beats and talked poetry and Doors stuff; and hung with a chick called Kat who was into Hemingway: all outside in the cool breeze of a July night. This cat is a traveller and a seeker, and what comes through on these works of his, is a man in touch with the true spirit of Beat! ... like all good poetry you'll have to read some of these a few times over --- to lean on all the angles... Darryl Read Berlin February 2008 www.darrylread.com< Less
Beating the Lilies By Matthew Young
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Matthew Young is a new beat poet, and also a Doors fan, the second name Young --- in this case is correct --- because both the poetry and the poet are! I especially dug: 'Brendan Behans' Glass',... More > 'Diet Christ', 'Dreaming Like A Symphony' and 'Dublin Ramblings'; amongst the 247 pages of Matthew's first poetry works in his new book: BEATING THE LILIES. Meeting Matt a couple of years ago on a poetry reading trip with other Doors fans in that low-lit Rue de la Roquette passage, near my fave Parisian hotel the Royal Bastille --- we hung like Beats and talked poetry and Doors stuff; and hung with a chick called Kat who was into Hemingway: all outside in the cool breeze of a July night. This cat is a traveller and a seeker, and what comes through on these works of his, is a man in touch with the true spirit of Beat! ... like all good poetry you'll have to read some of these a few times over --- to lean on all the angles... Darryl Read Berlin February 2008 www.darrylread.com< Less
Metal Versus The Beating Heart By Elitrea Frye
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Elitrea Frye is a poet and musician.
Metal Versus The Beating Heart By Elitrea Frye
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Elitrea Frye is a poet and musician.
Brits, Beats & Outsiders By Jim Burns
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A collection of essays on forgotten British writers of the 30s and 40s, American Beat writers and poets, and modern artists
Sum Lucid Beats By Jason Shimberg
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The poems in Sum Lucid Beats are reminiscent of the Beat poets Shimberg admires. The subjects of his poems are varied, the style is modern. Shimberg's poetry displays both humor, levity and emotion... More > equal and balanced. Many poetry workshops, open mic's and retreats later. After failed attempts on the road, you will understand the depth of Shimberg's path and words. There is such a thing as post-modern beat poetry. I am a living example. I was not born in the era of Kerouac and Ginsberg. I studied under teachers who did. They passed on the knowledge. I spent 15 years constructing this book. My first poem was about a compulsive gambler. My second poem ever written was about an airplane ride that went slightly off course. My current poetry is not performance based, rather to be read quietly and enjoyed. I found notebooks and journals both handwritten and typed from the late 1990’s. They were just sitting there collecting dust in my childhood room. It took me several months to transcribe these by hand.< Less
Thomas Merton and the Beats of the North Cascades By Ron Dart
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Thomas Merton was a pioneer in recovering the classical western contemplative path. The Beats of the North Cascades (Rexroth, Snyder, Whalen, Kerouac) pointed the way to the contemplative trail,... More > also. There has been little discussion on the relationship between Merton and the Beats of the North Cascades. The correspondence and interaction between these men is legendary and thick with insight and wisdom. Thomas Merton and the Beats of the North Cascades highlights how and why these lookout prophets and sages attempted to reverse centuries of addiction to the vita activa and American manifest destiny and replace such a way of being and doing with the vita contemplativa. The mythic meaning of peaks and mountains, lookouts and valley loomed large in the life and writings of Merton and the North Cascade poets. This missive examines and probes how and why such rock spires and snow capped peaks spoke to the depths of these writers, and how such vistas and ancient trails can still draw us ever upwards.< Less
The Poet, The Soldier and The Freemason By C.B. Cooper
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Combining free verse with traditional rhyme schemes and experimental formats, Charles Cooper's work is a writer at the height of his poetic skill. Cooper takes the reader along with him on a perilous... More > psychological journey through love, madness, and pain. Often varying his writing style from one poem to another, and even stanza-to-stanza, Cooper makes excellent use of rhythm in a number of offerings, particularly his beatnik-inspired effort, "The Black Bleeding Heart Beats Alone," and provides readers with searing portrayals of the human condition in eloquently rendered poems like "Failure" and "The Wastrel." In the end, This is a stellar effort for Cooper, a literary work true to its author's vision and triumphant in its poetic craftsmanship. - Jay Waitkus, Praise for Desperate Times< Less