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Spoken Word Revolution Redux

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ISBN-10: 1402208693

ISBN-13: 9781402208690

Edition: 2007

Authors: Mark Eleveld

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List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.738
Language: English

Mark Eleveld is copublisher at EM Press and a board member of the Midland Authors Society in Chicago. He is a freelance writer and book reviewer for the Kankakee Daily Journal in Illinois. Mark Eleveld did press relations for poet Marc Smith from 1993 to 1996. He teaches English at Joliet West High School and is a philosophy instructor at the University of St. Francis in Illinois. <br <br Few people can say that they single-handedly created a whole new art form. Marc Smith is one of those people. Since Marc began the Poetry Slam in 1987, competitive performance poetry has spread throughout the world. Through his creation of the Uptown Poetry Slam and many poetry organizations and…    

CD Track List
Nobody's Here
Essay: Poetry as a Basic Human Need
slammers and laureates
Selecting A Reader
galumpf deez nuts . . . . galumpf deez shoulders, spines, eyes and collarbones of mine
Anne Frank Huis
Essay: The Raised Voice of Poetry
Brightly Colored Boats Upturned on the Banks of the Charles
Labeling Keys
Open Letter to Neil Armstrong
tongue tactics
Old Man Leaves Party
The Great Poet Returns
Essay: The Revolution Will Be
Bagram, Afghanistan, 2002
A Winter Journey
women take the slam
When the Burning Begins
Hell Night
Funeral Like Nixon's
Essay: Read by the Author: Some Notes on Poetry in Performance
Night House
The elders It-the Remedy
Maps and Wings
Gravitas: In Three Movements
My Name's Not Rodriguez
Hammer Heistand (The Police Chief)
Private Patrick Gass, the Carpenter, Makes His Case to Lewis and Clark
Legacy: poetic influence
Essay: Robert Creeley: Performance Poet
Creeley's Oral Tradition
Creeley's Answering Machine
You Got a Song, Man