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Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater

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ISBN-10: 0976736454

ISBN-13: 9780976736455

Edition: N/A

Authors: Kevin Killian, Brazil David

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Poetry. Drama. Asian American Studies. African American Studies. Women's Studies. Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Studies. With new interest in poetry as a performative art, and with prewar experiments much in mind, the young poets of postwar America infused the stage with the rhythms and shocks of their poetry. From the multidisciplinary nexus of Black Mountain, to the Harvard-based Cambridge Poets Theater, to the West Coast Beats and San Francisco Renaissance, these energies manifested themselves all at once, and through the decades have continued to grow and mutate, innovating a form of writing that defies boundaries of genre. THE KENNING ANTHOLOGY OF POETS THEATER: 1945-1985 documents the emergence, growth, and varied fortunes of the form over decades of American literary history, with a focus on key regional movements. The largest and most comprehensive anthology of its kind yet assembled, the volume collects classics of poets theater as well as rarities long out of print and texts from unpublished manuscripts and archives. It will be an indispensable reference for students of postwar American poetry and avant-garde theater.
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Book details

Publisher: Kenning Editions
Publication date: 1/5/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 596
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 1.936
Language: English

Kevin Killian is a San Francisco novelist, poet, art writer, critic and playwright.