Anne Waldman (born April 2, 1945) is an American poet.
Anne Waldman (born April 2, 1945) is an American poet. She has also been connected to the Beat poets. Born in Millville, New Jersey, Waldman was raised on MacDougal Street in New York City's Greenwich Village, and received her . from Bennington College in 1966
Anne Waldman: Keeping The World Safe For Poetry
Anne Waldman: Keeping The World Safe For Poetry. Complete Bibliography. Waldman is a recipient of the Before Columbus Foundation for Lifetime Achievement, bestowed on her by Ishmael Reed, American Book Award’s Lifetime Achievement, a 2013 Guggenheim Fellowship, the Poetry Society of America’s Shelley Memorial Award, and has served six years as a Chancellor of The Academy of American Poets.
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A fascinating new work from an internationally renowned poet. Acclaimed for her visionary, incantatory verse and her experimental ethos, Anne Waldman's newest book-length poem is an allegory of a radical spirit in lockdown, dominated by "Deciders" and "Imposters" who threaten the future of poetry and its archive. A doppelganger nightmare ensues: the imposter "Anne" is a succubus, and the original Anne has to break free from a metaphorical castle of torture and psychological domination. There are travels through Vedic cosmology and ancient Japan.
Anne Waldman was part of the late Sixties poetry scene in the East Village. She ran the St. Mark's Church Poetry Project, and gave exuberant, highly physical readings of her own work. She became a Buddhist, worshipping with the Tibetan Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, who would also become Allen Ginsberg's guru. She and Ginsberg worked together to create a poetry school, the Jack Kerouac School of Anne Waldman was part of the late Sixties poetry scene in the East Village.
The author of more than 40 collections of poetry and poetics, Anne Waldman is an active member of the Outrider experimental poetry movement, and has been connected to the Beat movement and the second generation of the New York School. Her publications include Fast Speaking Woman (1975), Marriage: A Sentence (2000), the multi-volume Iovis project (1992, 1993, 1997), and Voice’s Daughter of a Heart Yet to Be Born (2016).
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Anne Waldman has spent over 30 years writing and chanting poetry
Born 2 April 1945, Milville, New Jersey. Married to Reed E. Bye, 1980; children: one son. Anne Waldman has spent over 30 years writing and chanting poetry. Mark's Poetry Project as assistant director from 1966 to 1968 and director from 1968 to 1978 at St. Mark's church in New York. The two World anthologies were derived from her work with other.