|Author:||Stuart Z. Perkoff|
|Publisher:||National Poetry Foundation; 1st edition (July 15, 1998)|
|Category:||Fiction and Literature|
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Voices of the Lady book. Perkoff, a central figure in the West Coast Beat Scene, published several books and dozens of poems in leading avant-garde journals.
Voices of the Lady book. Charles Olson said that Perkoff's "fineness of ear and touch makes it possible to reintroduce materia This collection, the first major one to appear since Perkoff's death at 44, should reestablish him as a major figure of the Bear Generation.
Stuart Perkoff (1930-1974), Voices of the Lady: Collected poems. Perkoff was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of Ann and Nate Perkoff. Orono, ME: National Poetry Foundation, 1998. He married Susan Blachard in 1949
Bibliographic Details. Title: Voices of the Lady: Collected Poems. The idea is to connect to the working poet and reader around the world.
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Complete Poems (Phoenix Living Poet Series) Paperback. I ran across Kenneth Fearing during my college years in the mid-40s and have found few poets who impressed me as much. His crisp, stacatto style coupled with his unique perceptions combine to create memorable poetry, but poetry one will not tire of reading again and again just to regain the feeling of the times he so superbly creates.
The Phoenix" is an anonymous Old English poem. It is composed of 677 lines and is for the most part a translation and adaptation of the Latin poem De Ave Phoenice attributed to Lactantius. The composition of The Phoenix dates from the ninth century.
Voices of the Lady: The Collected Poems of Stuart . erkoff, National Poetry . erkoff, National Poetry Foundation (Orono, ME), 1998. SIDELIGHTS: Poet Stuart Z. Perkoff was a central figure in the West Coast Beat movement, a counter-culture literary movement that developed in Greenwich Village and San Francisco in the 1950s and spread to such artistic communities as Venice West in the Los Angeles area. Perkoff, a St. Louis native whose father was a bookmaker, lived an itinerant life late in his adolescence, residing in New York and then on the West Coast, where he settled in Venice West, California, and took part in the city's thriving literary scene.
A House of Voices (Phoenix Living Poet Series, Chatto & Windus/Hogarth, 1973). Selected Poems (Keith Douglas, . Collected Poems 1921-1951. Selected and New Poems 1939-84 (Secker & Warburg, 1986). Long Shadows (Shoestring 2003, repr. Faber & Faber 2010). Hall, Norman Nicholson) (1943). Moult, Thomas (1938). "David John Murray Wright; Anthony Cronin; John Clive ('. ) Hall; John Smith; Dannie Abse - National Portrait Gallery".
The tears of the sky rinsed the aching dirt dry, and quenched its desperate dreams The caked floor, satiated, filled up and inflated with life bursting at its seams Beneath vanished leaves, under wire canopies, green shoots had begun to grow The Phoenix, all seeing, saw the passionate being of the young plants below. The forest will burn as time’s wheels turn, evermore reaching its end Everything dies, yet The Phoenix still flies, watching all birthed again.
The Phoenix Living Poets was a series of slim books of poetry published from 1960 until 1983 by Chatto and Windus Ltd. The poets included in the series offer a cross-section of poets of the er. . The poets included in the series offer a cross-section of poets of the era, including some notable writers. Generally those writing were not producing the most experimental work of the era but, taken as a whole, the series covers a significant range of voices and styles.
"Bobbie Louise Hawkins says that Stuart Perkoff was the only one she knew who could use the common street walk, the then hip phrasing, in a way that felt un-dramatic, natural, not just an attempt to be like some other side of life or person. There was no sense of trying it on, slumming, etc. It was part and parcel with the same ability Charles Olson had so valued, the particular genius that could enter and take place wherever it found itself". -- Robert Cresley, from the Foreword