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Talking at the Boundaries, New Directions, New York, 1976 . Tuning, New Directions, New York, 1984. Selected Poems: 1963-1973, Sun & Moon, Los Angeles, 1991. What It Means to Be Avant-Garde, New Directions, New York, 1993. David Antin at Electronic Poetry Center Includes excerpts from books, interviews, and sound recordings. David Antin papers, 1954-2006.
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It's not Antin's first "talk poems" collection (that would be Talking, pretty nearly) nor his last (Tuning), but it's the purest and most exciting and entertaining collection he has done of this strange form. He goes an talks extemporaneously, out of his large quick store of talk; he records it; he transcribes and prints it in a form, neither prose nor verse, whose ingenuity is subtle and whose suitedness to the project is immaculate. This book is fun. I can't imagine why it's out of print.
David Antin was born in New York City in 1932 Some of Antin’s most famous works, including Talking (1972), Talking at the Boundaries (1976), and What it Means to be Avant-Garde (1993) were composed this way.
David Antin was born in New York City in 1932. Some of Antin’s most famous works, including Talking (1972), Talking at the Boundaries (1976), and What it Means to be Avant-Garde (1993) were composed this way. Antin described his talk poems as improvised talk pieces, pieces I go to some particular place to create-in public, as improvisations.
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David Antin on the cover of his book Talking at the Boundaries. David Antin, whose improvised performances, which he called talk poems, introduced a radical new form into American poetry in the 1970s, died on Oct. 11 in San Diego
David Antin on the cover of his book Talking at the Boundaries. 11 in San Diego. He was 84. The cause was complications of a broken neck that he suffered in a fall, his wife, the artist Eleanor Antin, said. He had been living with Parkinson’s disease for several years.