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by Steve Lavoie,Pat Nolan

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Author:
Steve Lavoie,Pat Nolan
ISBN13:
978-0918395269
ISBN:
0918395267
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Publisher:
Poltroon Press; First edition. edition (January 12, 2010)
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Subcategory:
History & Criticism
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1482 kb
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This book includes the complete text of LIFE OF CRIME (Newsletter of the Black Bart Poetry Society: For those who think poetry is a crime).

Others (Tom Clark, David Benedetti, Alastair Johnston) quickly joined the fray. This book includes the complete text of LIFE OF CRIME (Newsletter of the Black Bart Poetry Society: For those who think poetry is a crime). It is guaranteed to turn the stomach of the most prurient literary necrophile.

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The Crime Book (Big Ideas Simply Explained) is a non-fiction volume co-authored by American crime writers Cathy Scott, Shanna Hogan, Rebecca Morris, Canadian author and historian Lee Mellor, and United Kingdom author Michael Kerrigan, with a foreword.

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Pat Nolan: Nualláin Roadhouse Blues. Pat with Alistair Johnston and Steven Lavoie at publication party for Life Of Crime, 2010. Pat Nolan, born in Montreal, Canada in 1943, has lived most of his adult life along the Russian River in Northern California. The question then is why write or, for that matter, read poetry in the first place? Mircea Eliade, I think, provides a plausible answer: Poetic creation still remains an act of perfect spiritual freedom. How started the thought of The Black Bart Poetry Society? Black Bart was an outlaw who robbed stages in Northern California in the late 19th Century.

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Nonfiction. Poetry History and Criticism. From the back jacket: "In the late 1970s a group of San Francisco poets set out self-consciously and methodically in an insurrection of the Yahoos to attack the establishment (academic poets like Robert Lowell, William Stafford, Poetry magazine, the Prairie School, etc.) and promote themselves as a new alternative. They had a Stalinist view of the bourgeoisie and wanted to eradicate the personality from poetry. Yet they yearned for acceptance from the elders, quoting Zukofsky while tearing down their mentors like Ted Berrigan. The threat of L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E P=O=E=T=R=Y appeared overnight. They co-opted reading series such as New Langton Street and Small Press Traffic, promoting a unified front. It was a blatant piece of Junior High bullying and led to a strong reaction from those who refused to join cliques. The voice of the counter-insurgency was a quick and dirty mimeo magazine called LIFE OF CRIME. Editors Steve Lavoie and Pat Nolan enlisted the best satirists in the poetry world (including Andrei Codrescu and Dave Morice) to vilify this vain clique. Others (Tom Clark, David Benedetti, Alastair Johnston) quickly joined the fray. This book includes the complete text of LIFE OF CRIME (Newsletter of the Black Bart Poetry Society: For those who think poetry is a crime). It is guaranteed to turn the stomach of the most prurient literary necrophile."