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Collected Poems, 1961-2000 Paperback – February 1, 2002. Richard Denner is one of the post - Beats of the San Francisco Bay area, influenced by Kerouac and Ginsberg (who he regarded as a father)

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Collected Poems:1961-2000 was published by Comrades Press in 2001. The Collected Books of Richard Denner: Volumes 1-12 are published by dPress. a b "Richard Denner". The Poets' Encyclopedia.

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Richard Denner is one of the most original people I know. Copying furiously, creating fearlessly, he begs, borrows & steals, and then invents something utterly unexpected and astounding & he himself is the first to be surprised

Richard Denner is one of the most original people I know. Copying furiously, creating fearlessly, he begs, borrows & steals, and then invents something utterly unexpected and astounding & he himself is the first to be surprised. He has too much talent for one person, and his outpourings reflect this abundance. Published by: dovesnake (Karma: 1384. 28) on 7 October 2008 Views: 2060

Collected Poems: 1961-2000. 28) on 7 October 2008 Views: 2060. 30. This book contains some of the most interesting and readable poetry around today from a writer who found his voice early and developed it over 40 years until it is as clear as a precision cut diamond. Reading from beginning to end not only spans time but geographical locations as well, from from Berkeley in the 1960's to Alaska, Washington, Colorado and finally landing in California in 1998.

Ashbery’s poems from the 1990s range brilliantly across his varied interests and obsessions-opera, film noir, French poetry . His book-length interview, John Ashbery in Conversation with Mark Ford, was published in 2003. His most recent book is Thomas Hardy: Half a Londoner (2016).

Ashbery’s poems from the 1990s range brilliantly across his varied interests and obsessions-opera, film noir, French poetry, and the visual arts, most notably the work of the outsider artist Henry Darger, the point of departure for the book-length poem Girls on the Run (1999). In evidence at every turn are Ashbery’s seemingly boundless inventiveness, a pitch-perfect ear for American speech, and an exuberant erudition that transports the reader to unexpected places.

Collected Poems, 1961-2000. Stockton, Southam, Warwickshire, UK: Comrades Press, 2001. The Collected Books of Richard Denner: Volumes 1-12. Collected Poems, 1961-2000. Sebastopol, CA: d Press, 2003-. Richard Denner at the Poets' Encyclopedia. Richard Denner at Juice Press. Critical analysis of Spade: Cantos 1-33.

Home Browse Books Book details, Collected Poems, 1936-1961. The first part of this collection is made up of a few poems from my first book, Poems ( Fortune Press, 1939): the last part consists of recent and previously uncollected poems. Collected Poems, 1936-1961. The other parts contain respectively most of the poems in The Middle of a War ( Hogarth Press, 1942), A Lost Season ( Hogarth Press, 1944), Epitaphs and Occasions ( John Lehmann, 1949), Counterparts ( Derek Verschoyle, 1954), and Brutus's Orchard ( André Deutsch, 1957). One or two war-time poems which appeared in Epitaphs and Occasions now take their appropriate place).


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Gamba
This mammoth 500 plus page book contains some of the most interesting and readable poetry around today from a writer who found his voice early and developed it over 40 years until it is as clear as a precision cut diamond. Reading from beginning to end not only spans time but geographical locations as well, from from Berkeley in the 1960's to Alaska, Washington, Colorado and finally landing in California in 1998. This book not only gives insight to a life but also to what was happening in the world surrounding that life. There is no beely button gazing here, it is out there poetry.
Via publishers Dpress, Denner has published a shelf full of chapbooks over the years that would cost a small fortune to buy today, this makes this book not only a startlingly good read but a cost effective one as well and that's always a good thing.
Denner is one of the first poets of his generation to have a collected works published and it's easy to see why, this book really is a gem.
Morlurne
Richard used to say to me, "Don't follow the muse over the edge!" I have a drawerful of writings about Richard, including the period when he did just that. Perhaps all the great poets of any legitimacy spent some time in the psych ward. They are busy finding the edge of existence of words and experience. Beyond a certain point there are dragons.

If you want to follow the muse, but have no desire to go over the edge, Richard's poems are sonorous, evocative, rebellious. There is a touch of Bukowski, a foundation of Borges, and more than a hint of anarchist Pound. It might be cold, like the Alaska years, or intellectual, as Berkeley in 1964. But ultimately the voice is Richard's own. If you want to say tortured genius you can, though Richard might guffaw and say, "More rectal than cerebral." The poems are the words, the words: at once earthy and delicate.

Dante's Beatrice lingers in these pages, unattainable love and beauty. New Gravity evokes "Cheri" whose Siamese cat I took on, in friend fashion, after she abruptly disappeared from Richard's life one day. Nobody said that having chased the muse you got to keep her.

Richard Denner is one of the post - Beats of the San Francisco Bay area, influenced by Kerouac and Ginsberg (who he regarded as a father). If he comes off his self imposed silent three-year retreat on a mountain in Colorado, I'll attend his next reading.
Collected Poems, 1961-2000 download epub
Poetry
Author: Richard Denner
ISBN: 0738863181
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Xlibris Corp (February 1, 2002)
Pages: 548 pages