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The Resource The collected poems of Philip Lamantia, edited by Garrett Caples, Andrew Joron, and Nancy Joyce Peters ; foreword by Lawrence Ferlinghetti ; bibliography by Steven Fama

The collected poems of Philip Lamantia, edited by Garrett Caples, Andrew Joron, and Nancy Joyce Peters ; foreword by Lawrence Ferlinghetti ; bibliography by Steven Fama

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The collected poems of Philip Lamantia
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The collected poems of Philip Lamantia
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edited by Garrett Caples, Andrew Joron, and Nancy Joyce Peters ; foreword by Lawrence Ferlinghetti ; bibliography by Steven Fama
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"The Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia represents the lifework of the most visionary poet of the American postwar generation. Philip Lamantia (1927-2005) played a major role in shaping the poetics of both the Beat and the Surrealist movements in the United States. First mentored by the San Francisco poet Kenneth Rexroth, the teenage Lamantia also came to the attention of the French Surrealist leader Andre Breton, who, after reading Lamantia's youthful work, hailed him as a "voice that rises once in a hundred years." Later, Lamantia went "on the road" with Jack Kerouac and shared the stage with Allen Ginsberg at the famous Six Gallery reading in San Francisco, where Ginsburg first read "Howl." Throughout his life, Lamantia sought to extend and renew the visionary tradition of Romanticism in a distinctly American vernacular, drawing on mystical lore and drug experience in the process. The Collected Poems gathers not only his published work but also an extensive selection of unpublished or uncollected work; the editors have also provided a biographical introduction."--
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The collected poems of Philip Lamantia, edited by Garrett Caples, Andrew Joron, and Nancy Joyce Peters ; foreword by Lawrence Ferlinghetti ; bibliography by Steven Fama
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The first collected edition of this poet's work, including poems that have been out of print for more than forty years
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • By the Curtain of Architecture
  • Observatory
  • What made tarot cards and fleurs de lis
  • Terror Conduction
  • Intersection
  • It's summer's moment in autumn's hour
  • It was a time I didn't see the beast
  • Binoculars
  • From Narcotica (1959)
  • I Demand Extinction of Laws Prohibiting Narcotic Drugs!
  • Bones
  • There Are Many Pathways to the Garden
  • Opium Cocaine Hemp
  • Opium, Put Down of Laws against Opium!
  • Memoria
  • Poems 1955-1962
  • Scenes
  • 1.
  • Fud at Foster's
  • 2.
  • Immediate Life
  • For Real
  • Automatic World
  • Rest in Peace
  • Inscription for the Vanishing Republic
  • Orphic Poem
  • Call
  • Politics Poem
  • Lava
  • That I burned by the screech owl castle in Berkeley Hills
  • New York Blank Poem New York
  • Cool Apocalypse
  • Apocalypses
  • Hermetic Bird
  • Blank Poem for Poe
  • Visions
  • marvelous unveils its face
  • Did I appear in angeltime
  • Last Days of San Francisco
  • 34 Words Six Lines
  • Time Is as Eternity Is: On the White Road: The Muse
  • Witness
  • Advent
  • All Hail Pope John the Twenty Third!
  • Moments of Exile
  • Poem for John Wieners Written on His Paper
  • Shooting down to L.A. in an open car
  • Juggler in the Desert
  • Scat
  • In every way i am dazzled by you
  • Jet Powered Suicide
  • My Labyrinth
  • Why write about "things"?
  • Chrism Song
  • Make a poem your heart contained in mine
  • Beneath this bed the caverns gather me like water
  • It is because i cannot have you i have you
  • Poem for Indians
  • Ceylonese Tea Candor (Pyramid Scene)
  • Rompi
  • Crystals
  • Kosmos
  • Year of Weir
  • Origins of Weir
  • Destroyed Works Typescript (1948-1960)
  • Destroyed Works
  • I am a criminal when your body is bare upon the universe
  • Destroyed Works (1962)
  • Hypodermic Light
  • It's absurd I can't bring my soul to the eye of odoriferous fire
  • That the total hatred
  • Old after midnight spasm
  • They shot me full of holes
  • U.S.S. San Francisco
  • Immense blank void
  • In camera of sempiternity you walk
  • This World's Beauty
  • Civil World
  • Resurrections
  • It is I who create the world and put it to rest
  • theater of masked actors in a trance
  • I have never made a poem
  • Mantic Notebook
  • Apocamantica
  • Fin del Mundo
  • poem says the bombs of America went off
  • At the sleeper of inveterate cars
  • Apocalyptic
  • Invisible
  • gods made a circle
  • gazelle fixated in clock work
  • Lost in a crowd
  • I've come to the time of brain crashed stars
  • This is the night holding gum
  • Sick of you, owl, talking nonsense in my head
  • Empty visions blur my soul
  • Secret Weapons
  • Table of Visions
  • Opus Magnum
  • Enormous Window
  • Deamin
  • From the Front
  • Still Poems
  • Vacuous Suburbs
  • This is the grey limit
  • There's a mountain of houses upside down
  • night is a space of white marble
  • There is this distance between me and what I see
  • I have given fair warning
  • Spansule
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Mirror and Heart
  • Jeanlu
  • Morning Light Song
  • High
  • Infernal Muses
  • Crab
  • Bride Front and Back
  • Till the End of Time
  • Peroxide Subway
  • Subconscious Mexico City New York
  • How depressing here I am
  • Infernal Landscape
  • Parades melt eternally
  • I cut out, I mean there was no proper head to the time
  • Note on Destroyed Works and later
  • Poems 1963-1964
  • Song for the Intellect
  • Babbel is a language extending the sonic level
  • Babbel/Ali ben buri de asalium
  • New Babbel
  • J. Weir
  • Mumbles
  • Winter Day
  • Bloody Neons
  • From My Athens Terrace Ruin
  • Going west east directionless pack to Indis
  • At Random
  • She's Appeared and Disappeared at Once
  • From Selected Poems (1967)
  • Third Eye
  • Blue Grace
  • Sun Is Bleeding over the Sky!
  • Ancients Have Returned among Us
  • Awakened from Sleep
  • She Speaks the Morning's Filigree
  • Gork!
  • Voice of Earth Mediums
  • What Is Not Strange?
  • Gothic Games
  • Towers of the Rose Dawn
  • Capricorn Is a Wounded Knee
  • Astro-mancy
  • After the Virus
  • Coat of Arms
  • Diabolic Condition
  • Difficult First Steps
  • Poems 1965-1970
  • Without Props
  • There is no death, only sempiternal change
  • Thorn of the Air
  • Flying Fix
  • Poem for John Hoffman the Poet
  • Interjections
  • Let the tree shaped minion pinion the wonder of drugged dogs
  • Blood Of The Air (1970)
  • Celestial Estrangement
  • To the Reader
  • Libran Age
  • I Touch You
  • You wait you wail
  • Altesia or the Lava Flow of Mount Rainier
  • Blue Locus
  • Talisman
  • Flaming Teeth
  • Open your head of cisterns
  • San Francisco melts as I come together
  • Submarine Languor
  • maginot line of poetry has not been invented
  • With the opening of light in my soul
  • Ephemeris
  • Out of My Hat of Shoals
  • Smile Berries
  • Fantast
  • Faery Chambers
  • Seattle
  • Little hole of black hallucination on the wall
  • mosque of your eye has exploded
  • You and I Have Nothing to Fear
  • Horse Angel
  • Comics
  • Tonight Burned with Solar Slime
  • Flaming Teeth
  • Penetrant Tumors
  • Analog
  • World without End
  • Poems 1970-1980
  • Little Washington DC Dream
  • 3 Poems
  • Image of Ardor
  • On the plain / of the angels
  • gorgon of the language cabal
  • Flying beasts / are riveted on the air's toiling
  • Hand Moves the Word Flies
  • Liberty
  • Luminous Lady
  • Only Creative Violence Reveals the Beauty of the Marvelous
  • Panty Hose Stamped with the Head of the Medusa
  • Between Sleep and Waking
  • Tobacco of Harar
  • To You Henry Miller of the Orchestra the Mirror the Revolver and of the Stars of Stars
  • Weight
  • Becoming Visible (1981)
  • Redwood Highway
  • Romantic Movement
  • Bed of Sphinxes
  • Primavera
  • Becoming Visible
  • Visibilities
  • In Yerba Buena
  • Oraibi
  • Touch Of The Marvelous (1943-1949)
  • From Erotic Poems (1946)
  • Bile Nature
  • Drama Set
  • Ultima Thule
  • Mask of Geometry
  • Beyond This Trail of Crystal Rails
  • Poe-Baudelaire, one echo-in-two
  • Dissolving Lead
  • Erotic Limned
  • Vibration
  • Below the Surface
  • Upon the earth eyes opened in wonder
  • Oneiric Reversal
  • Openers
  • Violet Star
  • This Moment Eternal Medusa
  • Precipitous Oracle
  • Modular Prey
  • Pulsate with stoppages
  • Radiant Opal
  • To Begin Then Not Now
  • Life Sciences
  • You flee into a corridor of stars
  • Curtain of Magic Turns over Motors of Sleep
  • Fulcrum Loaded
  • At the Emu's Domain
  • Jewels of the Vatican Board the Atlantic Cipher
  • Days Fall Asleep with Riddles
  • Uncertain Sciences
  • Green Lion
  • Oblique and Direct
  • Hypochondriac Weather
  • Slice of the Atmosphere
  • Scenario
  • Element You Love
  • Time Traveler's Potlatch
  • Notes
  • Poems 1981-1985
  • Willow Wand
  • From Dark Illusion to Love's Reality
  • I open for you an ancient book
  • Nativity of Love
  • Autumn Poems
  • Answer from a Place of Waiting
  • I am forlorn
  • Touch of the Marvelous
  • Sorrow
  • Night Vision
  • Unable to move and hardly breathing
  • Spring's Entry
  • Two Worlds -- 1946
  • Simple Answer to the Enemy
  • Poems 1943-1955
  • Ages in the Wind
  • Symbols
  • Another Autumn Coming
  • Plumage of Recognition
  • New Year
  • Revelations of a New Order
  • Break of Day
  • This Room Is My Cosmos
  • Descent
  • Inside the Journey
  • Animal Snared in His Revery
  • Elementals
  • Beneath occidental peripheries
  • From Tau (1955)
  • Islands of Africa
  • To see this evil from its core
  • Owl
  • Shot into the Sun
  • Going Forth by Day
  • Ground grade guard the crucible
  • Out of crystal beginnings
  • In a garden that isn't, but will be
  • Flame gates open to water gongs
  • She sped to me a winter word
  • To the Music
  • I Am Coming
  • Question
  • To the flat lands by the hills of Suum Nar
  • 18 beings and The Other
  • Broken language hisses
  • Ekstasis (1959)
  • Preface
  • Christ
  • Fragments from an Aeroplane
  • Interior Suck of the Night
  • Iguana iguana
  • Apparition of Charles Baudelaire
  • Les Langueurs Allongees
  • Sheri
  • What gift to bring
  • Ball
  • Mysterium Mysticus Ecclesia
  • Dead Smoke
  • Deirdre
  • In a grove
  • Confirmation
  • John Hoffman
  • Ruins
  • Ah Blessed Virgin Mary
  • Man is in pain
  • As some light fell
  • Poor Paradoxes
  • Scorpion Bite
  • Our Lady of the Snow
  • New Evil
  • Boobus
  • PUT DOWN
  • McClure's Favorite
  • Elegy on the Migrating Nightingales Massacred by Nuclear Physics at Chernobyl
  • Meadowlark West (1986)
  • Isn't Poetry the Dream of Weapons?
  • Native Medicine
  • Tree
  • Surrealism in the Middle Ages
  • West
  • Ship of Seers
  • Haven Root
  • Invincible Birth
  • --
  • Black Window
  • America in the Age of Gold
  • Wilderness Sacred Wilderness
  • Sweetbrier
  • Romantist
  • Revery Has Its Reasons
  • Virgo Noir
  • Irrational
  • Game's the Right Title
  • Words I Dream
  • Meadowlark West
  • Phi
  • Marco Polo Zone
  • Zanoni A Western Border Town
  • Buncombe
  • Death Jets
  • Fading Letters
  • Mysteries of Writing in the West
  • Spring
  • American Place
  • Fourth of July
  • Sentiment for the Cordials of Scorpions
  • Geometric Hallucination
  • Reached the Turn
  • Exorcist Exercises
  • Other States
  • There
  • Shasta
  • Poems 1986-1993
  • From No Closure
  • Haiku for Satie
  • Once in a Lifetime Starry Scape
  • Birder's Lament
  • From Triads
  • Poetics by Pluto
  • Itinerary of Drift Bane
  • Mexico City Central Moon
  • Bird: Apparition of Charlie Parker
  • Passionate Ornithology Is Another Kind of Yoga
  • From Symbolon (1998-2001)
  • To be served continually with this platter of nothingness
  • Ultimate Zone
  • Seraphim City
  • Theoria
  • Recall
  • Pure Automatism
  • Not with the cerebrating head
  • Echo of St. Therese of the Child Jesus
  • Note continued:
  • Facing branches of a flowering tree
  • Hyper Sleep
  • Humans Have Just a Few Genomes More Than Fruit Flies
  • Today and yesterday are fusing
  • Triple V: The Day Non-surrealism Became Surrealist
  • Hidden Truth
  • From Bed Of Sphinxes: New And Selected Poems (1997)
  • Poem for Andre Breton
  • Ex Cathedra
  • Unachieved
  • Diana Green
  • Egypt
  • Egypt II
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The collected poems of Philip Lamantia, edited by Garrett Caples, Andrew Joron, and Nancy Joyce Peters ; foreword by Lawrence Ferlinghetti ; bibliography by Steven Fama
Publication
Note
The first collected edition of this poet's work, including poems that have been out of print for more than forty years
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • By the Curtain of Architecture
  • Observatory
  • What made tarot cards and fleurs de lis
  • Terror Conduction
  • Intersection
  • It's summer's moment in autumn's hour
  • It was a time I didn't see the beast
  • Binoculars
  • From Narcotica (1959)
  • I Demand Extinction of Laws Prohibiting Narcotic Drugs!
  • Bones
  • There Are Many Pathways to the Garden
  • Opium Cocaine Hemp
  • Opium, Put Down of Laws against Opium!
  • Memoria
  • Poems 1955-1962
  • Scenes
  • 1.
  • Fud at Foster's
  • 2.
  • Immediate Life
  • For Real
  • Automatic World
  • Rest in Peace
  • Inscription for the Vanishing Republic
  • Orphic Poem
  • Call
  • Politics Poem
  • Lava
  • That I burned by the screech owl castle in Berkeley Hills
  • New York Blank Poem New York
  • Cool Apocalypse
  • Apocalypses
  • Hermetic Bird
  • Blank Poem for Poe
  • Visions
  • marvelous unveils its face
  • Did I appear in angeltime
  • Last Days of San Francisco
  • 34 Words Six Lines
  • Time Is as Eternity Is: On the White Road: The Muse
  • Witness
  • Advent
  • All Hail Pope John the Twenty Third!
  • Moments of Exile
  • Poem for John Wieners Written on His Paper
  • Shooting down to L.A. in an open car
  • Juggler in the Desert
  • Scat
  • In every way i am dazzled by you
  • Jet Powered Suicide
  • My Labyrinth
  • Why write about "things"?
  • Chrism Song
  • Make a poem your heart contained in mine
  • Beneath this bed the caverns gather me like water
  • It is because i cannot have you i have you
  • Poem for Indians
  • Ceylonese Tea Candor (Pyramid Scene)
  • Rompi
  • Crystals
  • Kosmos
  • Year of Weir
  • Origins of Weir
  • Destroyed Works Typescript (1948-1960)
  • Destroyed Works
  • I am a criminal when your body is bare upon the universe
  • Destroyed Works (1962)
  • Hypodermic Light
  • It's absurd I can't bring my soul to the eye of odoriferous fire
  • That the total hatred
  • Old after midnight spasm
  • They shot me full of holes
  • U.S.S. San Francisco
  • Immense blank void
  • In camera of sempiternity you walk
  • This World's Beauty
  • Civil World
  • Resurrections
  • It is I who create the world and put it to rest
  • theater of masked actors in a trance
  • I have never made a poem
  • Mantic Notebook
  • Apocamantica
  • Fin del Mundo
  • poem says the bombs of America went off
  • At the sleeper of inveterate cars
  • Apocalyptic
  • Invisible
  • gods made a circle
  • gazelle fixated in clock work
  • Lost in a crowd
  • I've come to the time of brain crashed stars
  • This is the night holding gum
  • Sick of you, owl, talking nonsense in my head
  • Empty visions blur my soul
  • Secret Weapons
  • Table of Visions
  • Opus Magnum
  • Enormous Window
  • Deamin
  • From the Front
  • Still Poems
  • Vacuous Suburbs
  • This is the grey limit
  • There's a mountain of houses upside down
  • night is a space of white marble
  • There is this distance between me and what I see
  • I have given fair warning
  • Spansule
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Mirror and Heart
  • Jeanlu
  • Morning Light Song
  • High
  • Infernal Muses
  • Crab
  • Bride Front and Back
  • Till the End of Time
  • Peroxide Subway
  • Subconscious Mexico City New York
  • How depressing here I am
  • Infernal Landscape
  • Parades melt eternally
  • I cut out, I mean there was no proper head to the time
  • Note on Destroyed Works and later
  • Poems 1963-1964
  • Song for the Intellect
  • Babbel is a language extending the sonic level
  • Babbel/Ali ben buri de asalium
  • New Babbel
  • J. Weir
  • Mumbles
  • Winter Day
  • Bloody Neons
  • From My Athens Terrace Ruin
  • Going west east directionless pack to Indis
  • At Random
  • She's Appeared and Disappeared at Once
  • From Selected Poems (1967)
  • Third Eye
  • Blue Grace
  • Sun Is Bleeding over the Sky!
  • Ancients Have Returned among Us
  • Awakened from Sleep
  • She Speaks the Morning's Filigree
  • Gork!
  • Voice of Earth Mediums
  • What Is Not Strange?
  • Gothic Games
  • Towers of the Rose Dawn
  • Capricorn Is a Wounded Knee
  • Astro-mancy
  • After the Virus
  • Coat of Arms
  • Diabolic Condition
  • Difficult First Steps
  • Poems 1965-1970
  • Without Props
  • There is no death, only sempiternal change
  • Thorn of the Air
  • Flying Fix
  • Poem for John Hoffman the Poet
  • Interjections
  • Let the tree shaped minion pinion the wonder of drugged dogs
  • Blood Of The Air (1970)
  • Celestial Estrangement
  • To the Reader
  • Libran Age
  • I Touch You
  • You wait you wail
  • Altesia or the Lava Flow of Mount Rainier
  • Blue Locus
  • Talisman
  • Flaming Teeth
  • Open your head of cisterns
  • San Francisco melts as I come together
  • Submarine Languor
  • maginot line of poetry has not been invented
  • With the opening of light in my soul
  • Ephemeris
  • Out of My Hat of Shoals
  • Smile Berries
  • Fantast
  • Faery Chambers
  • Seattle
  • Little hole of black hallucination on the wall
  • mosque of your eye has exploded
  • You and I Have Nothing to Fear
  • Horse Angel
  • Comics
  • Tonight Burned with Solar Slime
  • Flaming Teeth
  • Penetrant Tumors
  • Analog
  • World without End
  • Poems 1970-1980
  • Little Washington DC Dream
  • 3 Poems
  • Image of Ardor
  • On the plain / of the angels
  • gorgon of the language cabal
  • Flying beasts / are riveted on the air's toiling
  • Hand Moves the Word Flies
  • Liberty
  • Luminous Lady
  • Only Creative Violence Reveals the Beauty of the Marvelous
  • Panty Hose Stamped with the Head of the Medusa
  • Between Sleep and Waking
  • Tobacco of Harar
  • To You Henry Miller of the Orchestra the Mirror the Revolver and of the Stars of Stars
  • Weight
  • Becoming Visible (1981)
  • Redwood Highway
  • Romantic Movement
  • Bed of Sphinxes
  • Primavera
  • Becoming Visible
  • Visibilities
  • In Yerba Buena
  • Oraibi
  • Touch Of The Marvelous (1943-1949)
  • From Erotic Poems (1946)
  • Bile Nature
  • Drama Set
  • Ultima Thule
  • Mask of Geometry
  • Beyond This Trail of Crystal Rails
  • Poe-Baudelaire, one echo-in-two
  • Dissolving Lead
  • Erotic Limned
  • Vibration
  • Below the Surface
  • Upon the earth eyes opened in wonder
  • Oneiric Reversal
  • Openers
  • Violet Star
  • This Moment Eternal Medusa
  • Precipitous Oracle
  • Modular Prey
  • Pulsate with stoppages
  • Radiant Opal
  • To Begin Then Not Now
  • Life Sciences
  • You flee into a corridor of stars
  • Curtain of Magic Turns over Motors of Sleep
  • Fulcrum Loaded
  • At the Emu's Domain
  • Jewels of the Vatican Board the Atlantic Cipher
  • Days Fall Asleep with Riddles
  • Uncertain Sciences
  • Green Lion
  • Oblique and Direct
  • Hypochondriac Weather
  • Slice of the Atmosphere
  • Scenario
  • Element You Love
  • Time Traveler's Potlatch
  • Notes
  • Poems 1981-1985
  • Willow Wand
  • From Dark Illusion to Love's Reality
  • I open for you an ancient book
  • Nativity of Love
  • Autumn Poems
  • Answer from a Place of Waiting
  • I am forlorn
  • Touch of the Marvelous
  • Sorrow
  • Night Vision
  • Unable to move and hardly breathing
  • Spring's Entry
  • Two Worlds -- 1946
  • Simple Answer to the Enemy
  • Poems 1943-1955
  • Ages in the Wind
  • Symbols
  • Another Autumn Coming
  • Plumage of Recognition
  • New Year
  • Revelations of a New Order
  • Break of Day
  • This Room Is My Cosmos
  • Descent
  • Inside the Journey
  • Animal Snared in His Revery
  • Elementals
  • Beneath occidental peripheries
  • From Tau (1955)
  • Islands of Africa
  • To see this evil from its core
  • Owl
  • Shot into the Sun
  • Going Forth by Day
  • Ground grade guard the crucible
  • Out of crystal beginnings
  • In a garden that isn't, but will be
  • Flame gates open to water gongs
  • She sped to me a winter word
  • To the Music
  • I Am Coming
  • Question
  • To the flat lands by the hills of Suum Nar
  • 18 beings and The Other
  • Broken language hisses
  • Ekstasis (1959)
  • Preface
  • Christ
  • Fragments from an Aeroplane
  • Interior Suck of the Night
  • Iguana iguana
  • Apparition of Charles Baudelaire
  • Les Langueurs Allongees
  • Sheri
  • What gift to bring
  • Ball
  • Mysterium Mysticus Ecclesia
  • Dead Smoke
  • Deirdre
  • In a grove
  • Confirmation
  • John Hoffman
  • Ruins
  • Ah Blessed Virgin Mary
  • Man is in pain
  • As some light fell
  • Poor Paradoxes
  • Scorpion Bite
  • Our Lady of the Snow
  • New Evil
  • Boobus
  • PUT DOWN
  • McClure's Favorite
  • Elegy on the Migrating Nightingales Massacred by Nuclear Physics at Chernobyl
  • Meadowlark West (1986)
  • Isn't Poetry the Dream of Weapons?
  • Native Medicine
  • Tree
  • Surrealism in the Middle Ages
  • West
  • Ship of Seers
  • Haven Root
  • Invincible Birth
  • --
  • Black Window
  • America in the Age of Gold
  • Wilderness Sacred Wilderness
  • Sweetbrier
  • Romantist
  • Revery Has Its Reasons
  • Virgo Noir
  • Irrational
  • Game's the Right Title
  • Words I Dream
  • Meadowlark West
  • Phi
  • Marco Polo Zone
  • Zanoni A Western Border Town
  • Buncombe
  • Death Jets
  • Fading Letters
  • Mysteries of Writing in the West
  • Spring
  • American Place
  • Fourth of July
  • Sentiment for the Cordials of Scorpions
  • Geometric Hallucination
  • Reached the Turn
  • Exorcist Exercises
  • Other States
  • There
  • Shasta
  • Poems 1986-1993
  • From No Closure
  • Haiku for Satie
  • Once in a Lifetime Starry Scape
  • Birder's Lament
  • From Triads
  • Poetics by Pluto
  • Itinerary of Drift Bane
  • Mexico City Central Moon
  • Bird: Apparition of Charlie Parker
  • Passionate Ornithology Is Another Kind of Yoga
  • From Symbolon (1998-2001)
  • To be served continually with this platter of nothingness
  • Ultimate Zone
  • Seraphim City
  • Theoria
  • Recall
  • Pure Automatism
  • Not with the cerebrating head
  • Echo of St. Therese of the Child Jesus
  • Note continued:
  • Facing branches of a flowering tree
  • Hyper Sleep
  • Humans Have Just a Few Genomes More Than Fruit Flies
  • Today and yesterday are fusing
  • Triple V: The Day Non-surrealism Became Surrealist
  • Hidden Truth
  • From Bed Of Sphinxes: New And Selected Poems (1997)
  • Poem for Andre Breton
  • Ex Cathedra
  • Unachieved
  • Diana Green
  • Egypt
  • Egypt II
Control code
ocn868310543
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (lxvi, 437 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780520954892
Lccn
2012050020
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • 22573/ctt387c76
  • cfc1d951-ef77-4fdd-9c2e-fd472a27e2a6
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)868310543

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