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Even when they do not form groups they sit alone together in cities. In 2004 Stephanie Young was given her assignment: to convene a collection of writing by Poetry

In 1961 Jack Spicer wrote: It is not unfair to say that a city. Even when they do not form groups they sit alone together in cities.

Stephanie Young lives in Oakland, California. Her collections of poetry include Telling the Future Off (2005), Picture Palace (2008), and Ursula or University (2013).

Stephanie Young is an American poet, activist, and scholar who lives in Oakland, California. Young teaches at Mills College, where she is also the Director of Strategic Initiatives and Programs. At Mills College, Young participated as labor organizer in a successful adjunct unionization campaign. Institutional politics in the university have been a theme in her work.

Stephanie Young’s Bay Poetics is a stunning achievement. The attempt to put together any kind of representative collection of Bay Area poets is inevitably doomed at the outset. It simply isn’t physically possible.

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Poetry. In 1961 Jack Spicer wrote: "It is not unfair to say that a city is a collection of humans. Human beings. In their municipal trust they sit together in cities. They talk together in cities. They form groups. Even when they do not form groups they sit alone together in cities." In 2004 Stephanie Young was given her assignment: to convene a collection of writing by Bay Area poets. The long-anticipated results are in, all 432 pages of them. A precedent-breaking anthology, BAY POETICS goes to the outer limits of "local" and "poetry," ranging as it does from Napa Valley to Santa Cruz and including poems, essays, lists, short fiction, walking tour reports, manifestoes and all points in between. An experiment in 21st century landscape portraiture you won't want to miss.
Bay Poetics download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Stephanie Young
ISBN: 097652113X
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Faux Press; First edition. edition (May 1, 2006)
Pages: 432 pages