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Beat By Samantha Birch
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A stunning collection of poems that push the edges of mind and heart, and will leave the reader amazed and transformed.
Beat By Samantha Birch
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A stunning collection of poems that push the edges of mind and heart, and will leave the reader amazed and transformed.
Poetry for the Beat Generation By Gerald Marchewka
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Poetry for the Beat Generation Aims to be an Anthem for the Downtrodden Inspired by Kerouac, Ginsberg, Burroughs, Ferlinghetti, Corso, Patchen, Bukowski and other Heroic Members of the American... More > Counterculture.< Less
The Beat and Breath: An Anthology of Nature's Poetry By Mary S.E.W. Roberts
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This is an anthology of poems inspired by nature's power and beauty, each piece resonating from the heart of a writer and nature herself.
The Poet and the Beat By Daniel A. Clara
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The second collection of poetry by Daniel A. Clara, The Poet and the Beat is the writer's inner monologue as he considers the modern world and middle age. Drawing form and inspiration from the works... More > of lauded poets Charles Bukowski and e.e. cummings, Daniel A. Clara finds his voice again as he wrestles with love, anger and reflection and the lessons that accompany mid-life experiences.< Less
Rhythmic Beats By Rebecca Rose Orton
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Raw emotions show through some of these poems and poetic prose. In other poems, humor can be seen. This book is a collection of poetry that the author had written since she was a child. Many of... More > the poems had been published in noteworthy venues.< Less
Dead Beats By Sam Cornish
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Starting with Allen Ginsberg and ending with Charlie Parker, Sam Cornish takes us on a whirlwind tour of some of the livelier segments of 1950s and early ’60s American culture. With non-stop... More > energy, syncopated rhythms, and a fast pace that keeps you humming as you turn the pages, Cornish visits a wide array of writers, musicians, and films, stopping along the way to visit local poetry scenes and pay tribute to the homeless and poor. Calling on Jack Kerouac, Langston Hughes, Marlon Brando, Miles Davis and a host of others, Cornish makes us feel the excitement of those times, even as he and his companions absorb the complex and often disturbing history of what he aptly calls “My Young America.” — Martha Collins< Less
Beat To A Pulp By Jason Disley
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Firmly set in the period of Pulp and Noir tales of the twentieth century in an unnamed American city -Beat To A Pulp delivers poetry that is full of the jive talk you would expect to read in... More > Hammett, Chandler and Spillane. Its a Beat Poet delivering his version of a Pulp fiction. It's straight from the fridge, and if you've got your boots on you will dig the jive and imagine what happens when the canary sings. There is also a collection of six illustrations created by artist Mark Head -which add to the experience of a poetry collection with a difference.< Less
Reclaiming The Beat By Dave Lewis
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“This is a graphic and painfully honest account of a hardworking man, nearing fifty years old, struggling to come to terms with his own mortality. There is fear, there is unfairness, there is... More > anger and finally resignation, but the glory of love and appreciation in the beauty of nature finally triumph in this remarkable psychological journey. This is poetry written while crawling naked over broken glass, a cutting observation of modern life."< Less
Square Beats By Paul Martin
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In this small collection of poetry, Paul touches on subjects such as dreams, the meaning of life, dirty laundry and furniture. If you have no clue about the human condition, find comfort here with... More > the knowledge that you're not alone.< Less

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