Coverart for item
The Resource The outlaw bible of American poetry, edited by Alan Kaufman

The outlaw bible of American poetry, edited by Alan Kaufman

Label
The outlaw bible of American poetry
Title
The outlaw bible of American poetry
Statement of responsibility
edited by Alan Kaufman
Title variation
  • Bible of American poetry
  • American poetry
Contributor
Author of introduction
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The outlandish and often controversial verses of bohemians, beatniks, hippies, punks, slackers, and other malcontents is collected in this primer of the dispossessed
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
811/.5408
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
Index
index present
LC call number
PS613
LC item number
.O88 1999
Literary form
poetry
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Kaufman, Alan
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American poetry
  • Experimental poetry, American
  • Beats (Persons)
  • Performance art
  • Sound poetry
Target audience
adult
Label
The outlaw bible of American poetry, edited by Alan Kaufman
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Chiefly poems from the second half of the 20th century
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Jack Micheline
  • Soul Eyes
  • Jim Brodey
  • Sitting on a Bench Near TSQuare
  • d.a. levy
  • In the Event of My Demise
  • Tupac Shakur
  • Mein Kampf
  • David Lerner
  • American Renegades
  • Introduction
  • Sapphire
  • Wild Thing
  • Rabbit Man
  • 1989 cont./Gorilla in the Midst #6
  • d.a. levy
  • Alan Kaufman
  • Publisher's Note
  • Neil Ortenberg
  • Walt Whitman
  • Shut Not Your Doors
  • Prologue: Voices From Outlaw Heaven
  • Poem To The Freaks
  • (1964)
  • From Cleveland: The Rectal Eye Visions
  • Diane diPrima
  • Revolutionary Letter #1
  • Revolutionary Letter #4
  • Revolutionary Letter #12
  • Revolutionary Letter #29
  • Revolutionary Letter #36
  • Tracking Bob Dylan
  • Peter Coyote
  • From Tombstone as a Lonely Charm
  • (Part 3)
  • From Cleveland Undercovers
  • From Suburban Monastery Death Poem
  • The Bells of Cherokee Ponies
  • The suburban prophets (for R.D.D.)
  • Poem for Beverly
  • Reality Jew
  • (San Francisco)
  • The Shower Scene in Psycho
  • Bob Kaufman
  • Bagel Shop Jazz
  • I, Too, Know What I Am Not
  • Would You Wear My Eyes?
  • To My Son Parker, Asleep in the Next Room
  • Jail Poems 1-34
  • Abomunist Manifesto
  • Short Speech to My Friends
  • Wanted Man
  • Amiri Baraka
  • How to Proceed in the Arts
  • Larry Rivers, Frank O'Hara
  • Bob Dylan
  • Woody Guthrie
  • Jesse James and His Boys
  • Jesus Christ
  • David Trinidad
  • In a Suburb of Thebes
  • Night and Fog
  • High on Rebellion
  • Notebook
  • Notes for the Future: August 2, 1998, New York City
  • Notes, New York City, 1976
  • Ode to a Tijuana Toilet
  • James Dean
  • 9th & Hennepin
  • Tom Waits
  • Jack Micheline
  • Beauty Is Everywhere Beaudelaire
  • On Jackson Pollock
  • Hiding Places
  • On Franz Kline
  • Helen A. Harrison
  • (Untitled)
  • Jackson Pollock
  • Patti Smith
  • Ballad of a Bad Boy
  • Libya
  • Babelogue
  • Lawrence Durrell
  • Henry Miller
  • A Poem in Prose for My Venus
  • Advice to a Young Writer
  • The Shortest Novel of Them All
  • Norman Mailer
  • Sarah Menefee
  • From a letter to Jim Scully, December 1994
  • Warren Finnerty Riding a Bicycle on 4th Avenue at Midnight Dreaming of Love and Wine and Franz Kline
  • Stone of the Heart
  • Blues Poem
  • One Arm
  • Poem to the Seventeenth of November 1962
  • Rambling Jack (a biography)
  • Chasing Kerouac's Shadow
  • On Henry Miller
  • Act (by Roque Dalton, translated by Jack Hirschman)
  • An Essay on William Carlos Williams
  • Victor Hernandez Cruz
  • Harold Norse
  • We Bumped off Your Friend the Poet
  • I'm Not a Man
  • The Ex-Nun and the Gay Poet
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Classic Frieze in a Garage
  • From The Blood About the Heart
  • Jack Hirschman
  • Europe
  • The Recognition #2
  • NY, NY
  • Haiti
  • Buy, Always Consume (by Ferruccio Brugnaro, translated by Jack Hirschman)
  • Home
  • 241st Chorus
  • 149th Chorus
  • 211th Chorus
  • Neal Cassady
  • Adventures in Auto-eroticism
  • Leaving L.A. by Train at Night, High ...
  • Gregory Corso
  • Poet Talking to Himself in the Mirror
  • Dear Villon
  • Poets Hitchhiking on the Highway
  • Let Go and Feel Your Nakedness
  • At the Cafe Trieste
  • Dream of Frank O'Hara
  • Letter to Harold Norse, February 14th, 1957
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Ten Outlaw Heroes
  • Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg
  • Jack Kerouac
  • South Central Los Angeles Death Trip, 1982
  • Wanda Coleman
  • Kathy Acker
  • From Devoured by Myths, an interview with Sylvere Lotringer
  • I Begin to Feel
  • William S. Burroughs
  • Greenwich Village Suicide
  • C'mon Pigs of Western Civilization, Eat More Grease
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Harold Norse
  • Letter to William Carlos Williams, February 23, 1957
  • Letter to William Carlos Williams, October 4, 1958
  • Letter to Harold Norse, August 26, 1960
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Puerto Rican Obituary
  • Telephone Booth number 301
  • Telephone Booth number 507
  • Telephone Booth number 898 1/2
  • Telephone Booth number 63765057
  • Telephone Booth number 542
  • Telephone Booth number 32439
  • The Galilee Hitch-Hiker
  • Richard Brautigan
  • Dominique Lowell
  • The Evening News
  • "My Legs Senor."
  • Cold Lost Marbles
  • Amy Gerstler
  • A Non-Christian on Sunday
  • The Bride Goes Wild
  • Pedro Pietri
  • In His Own Words
  • Ken DiMaggio
  • These Are My Words, My Neon, Siliconed, Carcinogenic Words. But This Is My Poem, My Poem About Elvis
  • Alan Kaufman
  • Bus
  • House of Strangers
  • Who Are We?
  • The Saddest Man on Earth
  • Bike Messenger Leading the People
  • Women Are Hungry
  • Manifest Destiny
  • An Oliver Stone Movie
  • From Song of the Open Road, parts 1 & 2
  • Walt Whitman
  • Walt Whitman Strides the Llano of New Mexico
  • Rudolfo Anaya
  • Thief of Fire
  • The Night of the Living Tits
  • Why Rimbaud Went to Africa
  • Daniel Higgs
  • From The Exploding Parable
  • From Clay Man High House Head
  • From What I Have Learned About Boxing
  • From the Doomsday Bonnet, #16, #27
  • Slammers
  • On Reading Whitman's Song of Myself at One O'Clock in the Morning
  • Across the Mississippi
  • Let Us
  • David Lerner
  • The Crucifixion of Johnny Carson
  • Slamdancing to the Blues
  • Blasted Youth
  • Satan After Hours
  • Lisa Martinovic
  • Debt of Blood
  • The Outlaw
  • Welcome To McDonalds
  • Reg E. Gaines
  • My Life as I Remember It
  • Bobby Miller
  • In the Hands of the Enemy
  • Vytautas Pliura
  • Jeffrey McDaniel
  • The Slam
  • Lineage
  • Logic in the House of Sawed-off Telescopes
  • Siamese Opposites
  • Check One
  • Regie Cabico
  • Maggie Estep
  • I'm an Emotional Idiot
  • Alan Kaufman
  • Marc Smith
  • Lucky Strike No Strike Back
  • The Stroke
  • Patricia Smith
  • Skinhead
  • Medusa
  • Imagining America
  • Justin Chin
  • Mandela
  • Evert Eden
  • It's a Good Day
  • Sini Anderson
  • Chicks Up Front
  • Sara Holbrook
  • The Scalping
  • Daniel Ferri
  • Scab Maids on Speed
  • American Renegades
  • Eileen Myles
  • An American Poem
  • Holes
  • I Always Put My Pussy ...
  • Malcolm
  • Umar Bin Hassan
  • Jenny's Shirt
  • Like Lilly Like Wilson
  • Taylor Mali
  • William, I Giggled with Your Girlfriend
  • Hank Hyena
  • Project Princess
  • Tracie Morris
  • Lenny Bruce
  • What Is a Jew?
  • How to Score
  • To Come
  • Africa
  • Richard Pryor
  • I Told You I Like Indians
  • Simon J. Ortiz
  • Hettie Jones
  • Subway Poem
  • Gerry Gomez Pearlberg
  • In the Eye of the Beholder
  • Words
  • Two Horses
  • Joy Harjo
  • The Crippled Artist
  • Thomas McGrath
  • Jayne Cortez
  • Global Inequalities
  • Marianne Faithfull's Cigarette
  • First Date with the D.J.
  • For Brandon Teena
  • Sailor
  • Gil Scott-Heron
  • Evolution
  • From Tomorrow
  • Luis J. Rodriguez
  • To the police officer who refused to sit in the same room as my son because he's a "gang banger"
  • Rosalie Has Candles
  • Somebody Was Breaking Windows
  • Chota
  • Believe Me When I Say ...
  • Meeting the Animal in Washington Square Park
  • The Heavy Headed Dance
  • Barney Rosset and The Evergreen Review
  • Mike Topp
  • Barney Rosset
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • The Little Sons of Fidel
  • If my Enemy is A Clown, A Natural Born Clown
  • Ishmael Reed
  • Sick Art
  • Art
  • Death
  • Ron Padgett
  • The Fortune Cookie Man
  • To Woody Woodpecker
  • Mike Topp
  • Rejected Mafia Nicknames
  • Disappointment
  • What Kind of Cars They Drove
  • Don't Read That Poem!
  • Just Go Fuck Yourself
  • This Mind Is Buddah
  • Tozan's Pretzels
  • It's Dumb to be a Member of a Dominant Species
  • Alice Notley
  • Kathe Izzo
  • For Seattle Boy Sacred Mantle
  • From I Am in Danger Nowhere in This World
  • Joe Brainard
  • Van Gogh
  • Poem--Miguel Pinero
  • David Henderson
  • A Mongo Affair
  • Miguel Algrin
  • John Bennet
  • Ode to My Mother
  • A Wish Come True
  • Much Ado About Nothing
  • Reasons to Drink
  • Molecular Conspiracy
  • We Have Chocolate Pudding
  • Playing the Game
  • John Farris
  • Some Profession
  • What Is the Beautiful?
  • Kenneth Patchen
  • The Scattering of the Ashes: The Burial of a Poet
  • Miguel Algarin
  • Miguel Pinero
  • Seekin's the Cause
  • Twice a Month Is Mother's Day
  • Children in the Shelter
  • Rehabilitative Report: We Can Still Laugh
  • Georgetown Poems
  • (7)
  • Assata Shakur
  • Culture
  • Story
  • Psalm XVI
  • Hubert Selby Jr.
  • A chipped black hole
  • Brother
  • Bill Shields
  • In the Vicinity of a Grocer
  • Michael Gizzi
  • Lungs of Glass
  • Mike Golden
  • Wallace Berman
  • Untitled
  • Opos
  • Imago
  • Note to Lorca
  • Sonia Sanchez
  • A Poem for Jesse
  • On Passing thru Morgantown, Pa.
  • Father Daniel Berrigan
  • Prophecy
  • From Beat Thing
  • From The Eyes, The Blood
  • Compensation Portrait
  • Joel Lewis
  • Steve Dalachinsky
  • Incomplete Directions
  • The Saxophone Factory
  • The Bones #2
  • James Dean
  • Meat Poets
  • Boxed City
  • The Mimeo Revolution
  • D.R. Wagner
  • A Bukowski Writing Lesson
  • Steve Richmond
  • A.D. Winans
  • Thinking About Then and Now
  • The System
  • First & Last FearPoem
  • Untitled
  • Maura O'Connor
  • Gravity
  • Testimony
  • At the End
  • David Meltzer
  • Jim Chandler
  • Jailhouse Dreams #1
  • Dead Kid
  • No Rain Sunday Morning
  • Round Up
  • Ann Menebroker
  • From Machine Gun
  • Todd Moore
  • Fred Voss
  • A Threat
  • Poem for the Working Man and the Upper Mobile Yuppie
  • Termination
  • Joan Jobe Smith
  • Aboard the Bounty
  • Land of a Thousand Dances
  • Gerald Locklin
  • Beyond B.F. Skinner
  • Poetry
  • William Wantling
  • David Roskos
  • Certain Prostitute
  • Poem for Paulie
  • Frozen Alley
  • Fritz Hamilton
  • The American Night
  • LAmerica
  • From Resume
  • Jennifer Blowdryer
  • Punk Rock Royalty
  • Iris Berry
  • Video Violence
  • Lou Reed
  • Montecito
  • Karen Finley
  • Paul Cezanne: Self Portrait, 1875
  • On 115
  • Melvin Van Peebles
  • Paul Cezanne: The Large Bathers, 1906
  • On Marvin Malone and The Wormwood Review
  • Alan Kaufman
  • Ten Commandments for How to Successfully Publish a Little Magazine
  • Marvin Malone
  • American Renegades
  • Jim Morrison
  • Geometry
  • Ken Kesey
  • Song to Fidel (translated by Ed Dorn and Gordon Brotherston)
  • Che Guevara
  • Leonard Cohen
  • What Is A Saint
  • Disguises
  • Turtle Blues
  • Janis Joplin
  • An Aging Radical Muses on His Conjugal Visits
  • City Madness
  • Neil Ortenberg
  • Collect Telegram from a Mad Dog
  • Hunter S. Thompson
  • David Wojnarowicz
  • Ray Bremser
  • From Martin XIV
  • Jimmy Santiago Baca
  • Chopped Scooter
  • Cal (With Danny Lyon)
  • The Kid
  • Ai
  • With van Gogh
  • Rimbaud Sees the Dentist
  • School Prayer for the 80's
  • Abbie Hoffman
  • Tuli Kupferberg
  • The New America
  • Great Moments in the History of Capitalism
  • Where Is My Wandering Jew
  • Paint It Red (and Black)
  • The Babarians
  • Hobo on Flatcar Eastbound for St. Paul
  • Young Boy in Bus Station Coffee Shop
  • Man in Harbor Coffee Shop
  • Jim Carroll
  • 8 Fragments for Kurt Cobain
  • Facts
  • Jukebox
  • The Ocean Below
  • Gregory
  • The Wino, The Junkie, and The Lord
  • I'm Not Mad
  • Vampyre Mike Kassel
  • The Real Me
  • Kathi Georges
  • I Was with Her Long Enough To Change Brands of Cigarettes
  • Bucky Sinister
  • Danny Shot
  • The Living Legend
  • This Is the Babarians
  • On Long Shot
  • It's About the End of the World Stupid
  • Jack Wiler
  • David Lerner
  • Bruce Isaacson
  • Lost My Job & Wrote This Poem
  • Poetry in Orange County
  • In the Bookstore
  • Julia Vinograd
  • Kathleen Wood
  • Bana Witt
  • American Renegades
  • Homage to Hersch
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • From High on the Beats
  • Herschel Silverman
  • Wail Bar Night
  • Andy Clausen
  • Mad Dogs of Trieste
  • Janine Pommy Vega
  • klipschutz
  • The Woman at the Palace of the Legion of Honor
  • Neeli Cherkovski
  • New York Guy in Berlin Night
  • Buddy Giovinazzo
  • Career Move
  • Penny Arcade
  • America
  • Dear Ezra
  • As for Us
  • David Gollub
  • (some) people have enough problems
  • Q.R. Hand
  • Mal de Tete
  • Ira Cohen
  • Electronic Multimedia Shamanism
  • Letter to Caliban
  • From Songs of the Revolution
  • Julian Beck
  • Leaflet for Soldiers
  • Judith Malina
  • Poem in the Manner of Paul Blackburn
  • Gerard Malanga
  • First Lady
  • Murdered in the Middle of the Dance
  • Eve Wood
  • Henry J. Morro
  • Marilyn Monroe Is Dead
  • Barbie
  • Eric Brown
  • Steven J. Bernstein
  • Elsie John
  • Herbert Huncke
  • Path
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Just Say NO to Family Values
  • John Giorno
  • Pact
  • Anne Waldman
  • For Madeline Gleason
  • ruth weiss
  • Charles Plymell
  • Was Poe Afraid?
  • Cool Hobohemians 1950's Bennies from Heaven Poem
  • Displaced Poet
  • Paul Landry
  • The states
  • You Fucking Cunt
  • George Tsongas
  • In Memorian: Charles Mingus
  • Mikhail Horowitz
  • Billie and Satchmo
  • Harvesting Organs: On the Head-Injury Death of a 24 Year Old Boy in Vermont
  • Ed Dorn
  • Ball & Chain Record Store
  • Ellyn Maybe
  • Asteroid Poem #15
  • FrancEyE
  • Jack Kerouac Returns to Lowell after 25 Years
  • Gerald Nicosia
  • The Door for Love and Death
  • Laurel Ann Bogen
  • Stuart Z. Perkoff
  • Untitled
  • The Suicide Room
  • Love Is the Silence
  • Untitled
  • Tony Scibella
  • For Frank
  • Venice West
  • Untitled
  • Memoirs of a Nun of Fire
  • Philomene Long
  • Skull
  • Nelson Gary
  • Kaye McDonough
  • From Bones
  • Marc Olmsted
  • Collaborating with Kerouac
  • David Amram
  • Hey, Jack!
  • Jan Kerouac
  • Frank T. Rios
  • Invocation
  • & sometimes it all hangs crooked
  • Ritual
  • The Carma Bums
  • The Carma Bums (Because This Is What America's All About)
  • S.A. Griffin
  • Cartoons Are My Life
  • Michael Bruner
  • S.A. Griffin
  • 7th Sound for John Garfield
  • I Ate Fig Newtons Until I Puked
  • America Poem
  • James Ryan Morris
  • Untitled
  • Rafael F.J. Alvarado
  • You'll Despise Me for This, But I'm Going to Say It Anyway
  • John Thomas
  • Venice
  • William J. Margolis
  • American Renegades
  • The San Francisco Oracle: A Brief History
  • Allen Cohen
  • Michael McClure
  • The God I Worship Is a Lion
  • Jesus I Am Sick of the Spiritual Warfare!
  • After the Cries of the Birds Has Stopped
  • Lawrence Ferlinghetti
  • Characteristically
  • Philip Whalen
  • There Is a River
  • In Transit
  • Lenore Kandel
  • Sunset Strip Self-Improvement Affirmations
  • Doug Knott
  • No Mercy
  • Scott Wannberg
  • Mike Mollett
  • I Am the Bomb
  • The Word
  • Downtown Woman
  • Julia Stein
  • Ten Commandments of a Street Poet
  • Tony Medina
  • Bob Flanagan
  • Bukowski Poem
  • Handcuffs
  • From Slave Sonnet #1
  • From Slave Sonnet #7
  • From Slave Sonnet #10
  • Seed Pods
  • The Wedding of Everything
  • This Is the Land of Missed Opportunity
  • Steve Cannon
  • Suzanne Goes Down
  • Rebecca Fransway
  • Gary Snyder
  • Astromancy
  • Phillip Lamantia
  • Manifesto for Mutants
  • Ted Berk
  • My Life
  • Michael Lally
  • Fugitive
  • Frank Fissette
  • My Room
  • Hannah Aquaah
  • Lap 15512
  • Herby Ehinger
  • My Father
  • Mark "9-Box" Benyo
  • Trapped
  • Israel Fernandez
  • On Prison Poetry
  • The Unbearables
  • Introduction to The Unbearables
  • Marvin Taylor
  • Archaeology
  • Bonnie Finberg
  • Dead Louis
  • Tsaurah Litzsky
  • Janine Pommy Vega
  • To Those
  • Mumia Abu-Jamal
  • Sing Sing Sits Up The River
  • Alejo Dao'ud Rodriguez
  • After All Those Years
  • Cecil Boatswain
  • The Bus Driver's Secret Song
  • Max Blagg
  • Orgasm
  • Patricia Freed Ackerman
  • Sound Effects
  • Janice Eidus
  • Q/A
  • Jim Feast
  • Write a fucking poem
  • Mike Golden
  • Factory Still Life
  • Slave
  • David Huberman
  • Them
  • C.X. Hunter
  • The Professional
  • Joe Maynard
  • Cafe Ennui
  • Sharon Mesmer
  • Panoplistic Traditions in Memphis
  • Jill Rapaport
  • Ron Kolm
  • Kurt Cobain
  • Sparrow
  • God Is Here
  • Michael Carter
  • Moral
  • Merry Fortune
  • Spanish Girls
  • Claude Taylor
  • Mendel's Law
  • David L. Ulin
  • I Want the Nobel Prize
  • Albert Vitale
  • Teeth & Totemism
  • Carl Watson
  • Untitled
  • Diwan-i Hayan Kirmani, N. Pourjaundy, Peter Lamborn Wilson
  • Yardbirds of Vermont
  • Red Snappers
  • Carol Wierzbicki
  • Poets To Come
  • Walt Whitman
  • Thaddeus Rutkowski
  • Manhattan
  • Susan Scutti
  • Thursday Night in the Park
  • Hal Sirowitz
  • Business District
  • Mike Topp
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxvii, 685 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9781560252276
Lccn
99018930
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm40783929
  • (Sirsi) o40783929
  • (OCoLC)40783929
Label
The outlaw bible of American poetry, edited by Alan Kaufman
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Chiefly poems from the second half of the 20th century
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Jack Micheline
  • Soul Eyes
  • Jim Brodey
  • Sitting on a Bench Near TSQuare
  • d.a. levy
  • In the Event of My Demise
  • Tupac Shakur
  • Mein Kampf
  • David Lerner
  • American Renegades
  • Introduction
  • Sapphire
  • Wild Thing
  • Rabbit Man
  • 1989 cont./Gorilla in the Midst #6
  • d.a. levy
  • Alan Kaufman
  • Publisher's Note
  • Neil Ortenberg
  • Walt Whitman
  • Shut Not Your Doors
  • Prologue: Voices From Outlaw Heaven
  • Poem To The Freaks
  • (1964)
  • From Cleveland: The Rectal Eye Visions
  • Diane diPrima
  • Revolutionary Letter #1
  • Revolutionary Letter #4
  • Revolutionary Letter #12
  • Revolutionary Letter #29
  • Revolutionary Letter #36
  • Tracking Bob Dylan
  • Peter Coyote
  • From Tombstone as a Lonely Charm
  • (Part 3)
  • From Cleveland Undercovers
  • From Suburban Monastery Death Poem
  • The Bells of Cherokee Ponies
  • The suburban prophets (for R.D.D.)
  • Poem for Beverly
  • Reality Jew
  • (San Francisco)
  • The Shower Scene in Psycho
  • Bob Kaufman
  • Bagel Shop Jazz
  • I, Too, Know What I Am Not
  • Would You Wear My Eyes?
  • To My Son Parker, Asleep in the Next Room
  • Jail Poems 1-34
  • Abomunist Manifesto
  • Short Speech to My Friends
  • Wanted Man
  • Amiri Baraka
  • How to Proceed in the Arts
  • Larry Rivers, Frank O'Hara
  • Bob Dylan
  • Woody Guthrie
  • Jesse James and His Boys
  • Jesus Christ
  • David Trinidad
  • In a Suburb of Thebes
  • Night and Fog
  • High on Rebellion
  • Notebook
  • Notes for the Future: August 2, 1998, New York City
  • Notes, New York City, 1976
  • Ode to a Tijuana Toilet
  • James Dean
  • 9th & Hennepin
  • Tom Waits
  • Jack Micheline
  • Beauty Is Everywhere Beaudelaire
  • On Jackson Pollock
  • Hiding Places
  • On Franz Kline
  • Helen A. Harrison
  • (Untitled)
  • Jackson Pollock
  • Patti Smith
  • Ballad of a Bad Boy
  • Libya
  • Babelogue
  • Lawrence Durrell
  • Henry Miller
  • A Poem in Prose for My Venus
  • Advice to a Young Writer
  • The Shortest Novel of Them All
  • Norman Mailer
  • Sarah Menefee
  • From a letter to Jim Scully, December 1994
  • Warren Finnerty Riding a Bicycle on 4th Avenue at Midnight Dreaming of Love and Wine and Franz Kline
  • Stone of the Heart
  • Blues Poem
  • One Arm
  • Poem to the Seventeenth of November 1962
  • Rambling Jack (a biography)
  • Chasing Kerouac's Shadow
  • On Henry Miller
  • Act (by Roque Dalton, translated by Jack Hirschman)
  • An Essay on William Carlos Williams
  • Victor Hernandez Cruz
  • Harold Norse
  • We Bumped off Your Friend the Poet
  • I'm Not a Man
  • The Ex-Nun and the Gay Poet
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Classic Frieze in a Garage
  • From The Blood About the Heart
  • Jack Hirschman
  • Europe
  • The Recognition #2
  • NY, NY
  • Haiti
  • Buy, Always Consume (by Ferruccio Brugnaro, translated by Jack Hirschman)
  • Home
  • 241st Chorus
  • 149th Chorus
  • 211th Chorus
  • Neal Cassady
  • Adventures in Auto-eroticism
  • Leaving L.A. by Train at Night, High ...
  • Gregory Corso
  • Poet Talking to Himself in the Mirror
  • Dear Villon
  • Poets Hitchhiking on the Highway
  • Let Go and Feel Your Nakedness
  • At the Cafe Trieste
  • Dream of Frank O'Hara
  • Letter to Harold Norse, February 14th, 1957
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Ten Outlaw Heroes
  • Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg
  • Jack Kerouac
  • South Central Los Angeles Death Trip, 1982
  • Wanda Coleman
  • Kathy Acker
  • From Devoured by Myths, an interview with Sylvere Lotringer
  • I Begin to Feel
  • William S. Burroughs
  • Greenwich Village Suicide
  • C'mon Pigs of Western Civilization, Eat More Grease
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • Harold Norse
  • Letter to William Carlos Williams, February 23, 1957
  • Letter to William Carlos Williams, October 4, 1958
  • Letter to Harold Norse, August 26, 1960
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Puerto Rican Obituary
  • Telephone Booth number 301
  • Telephone Booth number 507
  • Telephone Booth number 898 1/2
  • Telephone Booth number 63765057
  • Telephone Booth number 542
  • Telephone Booth number 32439
  • The Galilee Hitch-Hiker
  • Richard Brautigan
  • Dominique Lowell
  • The Evening News
  • "My Legs Senor."
  • Cold Lost Marbles
  • Amy Gerstler
  • A Non-Christian on Sunday
  • The Bride Goes Wild
  • Pedro Pietri
  • In His Own Words
  • Ken DiMaggio
  • These Are My Words, My Neon, Siliconed, Carcinogenic Words. But This Is My Poem, My Poem About Elvis
  • Alan Kaufman
  • Bus
  • House of Strangers
  • Who Are We?
  • The Saddest Man on Earth
  • Bike Messenger Leading the People
  • Women Are Hungry
  • Manifest Destiny
  • An Oliver Stone Movie
  • From Song of the Open Road, parts 1 & 2
  • Walt Whitman
  • Walt Whitman Strides the Llano of New Mexico
  • Rudolfo Anaya
  • Thief of Fire
  • The Night of the Living Tits
  • Why Rimbaud Went to Africa
  • Daniel Higgs
  • From The Exploding Parable
  • From Clay Man High House Head
  • From What I Have Learned About Boxing
  • From the Doomsday Bonnet, #16, #27
  • Slammers
  • On Reading Whitman's Song of Myself at One O'Clock in the Morning
  • Across the Mississippi
  • Let Us
  • David Lerner
  • The Crucifixion of Johnny Carson
  • Slamdancing to the Blues
  • Blasted Youth
  • Satan After Hours
  • Lisa Martinovic
  • Debt of Blood
  • The Outlaw
  • Welcome To McDonalds
  • Reg E. Gaines
  • My Life as I Remember It
  • Bobby Miller
  • In the Hands of the Enemy
  • Vytautas Pliura
  • Jeffrey McDaniel
  • The Slam
  • Lineage
  • Logic in the House of Sawed-off Telescopes
  • Siamese Opposites
  • Check One
  • Regie Cabico
  • Maggie Estep
  • I'm an Emotional Idiot
  • Alan Kaufman
  • Marc Smith
  • Lucky Strike No Strike Back
  • The Stroke
  • Patricia Smith
  • Skinhead
  • Medusa
  • Imagining America
  • Justin Chin
  • Mandela
  • Evert Eden
  • It's a Good Day
  • Sini Anderson
  • Chicks Up Front
  • Sara Holbrook
  • The Scalping
  • Daniel Ferri
  • Scab Maids on Speed
  • American Renegades
  • Eileen Myles
  • An American Poem
  • Holes
  • I Always Put My Pussy ...
  • Malcolm
  • Umar Bin Hassan
  • Jenny's Shirt
  • Like Lilly Like Wilson
  • Taylor Mali
  • William, I Giggled with Your Girlfriend
  • Hank Hyena
  • Project Princess
  • Tracie Morris
  • Lenny Bruce
  • What Is a Jew?
  • How to Score
  • To Come
  • Africa
  • Richard Pryor
  • I Told You I Like Indians
  • Simon J. Ortiz
  • Hettie Jones
  • Subway Poem
  • Gerry Gomez Pearlberg
  • In the Eye of the Beholder
  • Words
  • Two Horses
  • Joy Harjo
  • The Crippled Artist
  • Thomas McGrath
  • Jayne Cortez
  • Global Inequalities
  • Marianne Faithfull's Cigarette
  • First Date with the D.J.
  • For Brandon Teena
  • Sailor
  • Gil Scott-Heron
  • Evolution
  • From Tomorrow
  • Luis J. Rodriguez
  • To the police officer who refused to sit in the same room as my son because he's a "gang banger"
  • Rosalie Has Candles
  • Somebody Was Breaking Windows
  • Chota
  • Believe Me When I Say ...
  • Meeting the Animal in Washington Square Park
  • The Heavy Headed Dance
  • Barney Rosset and The Evergreen Review
  • Mike Topp
  • Barney Rosset
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • The Little Sons of Fidel
  • If my Enemy is A Clown, A Natural Born Clown
  • Ishmael Reed
  • Sick Art
  • Art
  • Death
  • Ron Padgett
  • The Fortune Cookie Man
  • To Woody Woodpecker
  • Mike Topp
  • Rejected Mafia Nicknames
  • Disappointment
  • What Kind of Cars They Drove
  • Don't Read That Poem!
  • Just Go Fuck Yourself
  • This Mind Is Buddah
  • Tozan's Pretzels
  • It's Dumb to be a Member of a Dominant Species
  • Alice Notley
  • Kathe Izzo
  • For Seattle Boy Sacred Mantle
  • From I Am in Danger Nowhere in This World
  • Joe Brainard
  • Van Gogh
  • Poem--Miguel Pinero
  • David Henderson
  • A Mongo Affair
  • Miguel Algrin
  • John Bennet
  • Ode to My Mother
  • A Wish Come True
  • Much Ado About Nothing
  • Reasons to Drink
  • Molecular Conspiracy
  • We Have Chocolate Pudding
  • Playing the Game
  • John Farris
  • Some Profession
  • What Is the Beautiful?
  • Kenneth Patchen
  • The Scattering of the Ashes: The Burial of a Poet
  • Miguel Algarin
  • Miguel Pinero
  • Seekin's the Cause
  • Twice a Month Is Mother's Day
  • Children in the Shelter
  • Rehabilitative Report: We Can Still Laugh
  • Georgetown Poems
  • (7)
  • Assata Shakur
  • Culture
  • Story
  • Psalm XVI
  • Hubert Selby Jr.
  • A chipped black hole
  • Brother
  • Bill Shields
  • In the Vicinity of a Grocer
  • Michael Gizzi
  • Lungs of Glass
  • Mike Golden
  • Wallace Berman
  • Untitled
  • Opos
  • Imago
  • Note to Lorca
  • Sonia Sanchez
  • A Poem for Jesse
  • On Passing thru Morgantown, Pa.
  • Father Daniel Berrigan
  • Prophecy
  • From Beat Thing
  • From The Eyes, The Blood
  • Compensation Portrait
  • Joel Lewis
  • Steve Dalachinsky
  • Incomplete Directions
  • The Saxophone Factory
  • The Bones #2
  • James Dean
  • Meat Poets
  • Boxed City
  • The Mimeo Revolution
  • D.R. Wagner
  • A Bukowski Writing Lesson
  • Steve Richmond
  • A.D. Winans
  • Thinking About Then and Now
  • The System
  • First & Last FearPoem
  • Untitled
  • Maura O'Connor
  • Gravity
  • Testimony
  • At the End
  • David Meltzer
  • Jim Chandler
  • Jailhouse Dreams #1
  • Dead Kid
  • No Rain Sunday Morning
  • Round Up
  • Ann Menebroker
  • From Machine Gun
  • Todd Moore
  • Fred Voss
  • A Threat
  • Poem for the Working Man and the Upper Mobile Yuppie
  • Termination
  • Joan Jobe Smith
  • Aboard the Bounty
  • Land of a Thousand Dances
  • Gerald Locklin
  • Beyond B.F. Skinner
  • Poetry
  • William Wantling
  • David Roskos
  • Certain Prostitute
  • Poem for Paulie
  • Frozen Alley
  • Fritz Hamilton
  • The American Night
  • LAmerica
  • From Resume
  • Jennifer Blowdryer
  • Punk Rock Royalty
  • Iris Berry
  • Video Violence
  • Lou Reed
  • Montecito
  • Karen Finley
  • Paul Cezanne: Self Portrait, 1875
  • On 115
  • Melvin Van Peebles
  • Paul Cezanne: The Large Bathers, 1906
  • On Marvin Malone and The Wormwood Review
  • Alan Kaufman
  • Ten Commandments for How to Successfully Publish a Little Magazine
  • Marvin Malone
  • American Renegades
  • Jim Morrison
  • Geometry
  • Ken Kesey
  • Song to Fidel (translated by Ed Dorn and Gordon Brotherston)
  • Che Guevara
  • Leonard Cohen
  • What Is A Saint
  • Disguises
  • Turtle Blues
  • Janis Joplin
  • An Aging Radical Muses on His Conjugal Visits
  • City Madness
  • Neil Ortenberg
  • Collect Telegram from a Mad Dog
  • Hunter S. Thompson
  • David Wojnarowicz
  • Ray Bremser
  • From Martin XIV
  • Jimmy Santiago Baca
  • Chopped Scooter
  • Cal (With Danny Lyon)
  • The Kid
  • Ai
  • With van Gogh
  • Rimbaud Sees the Dentist
  • School Prayer for the 80's
  • Abbie Hoffman
  • Tuli Kupferberg
  • The New America
  • Great Moments in the History of Capitalism
  • Where Is My Wandering Jew
  • Paint It Red (and Black)
  • The Babarians
  • Hobo on Flatcar Eastbound for St. Paul
  • Young Boy in Bus Station Coffee Shop
  • Man in Harbor Coffee Shop
  • Jim Carroll
  • 8 Fragments for Kurt Cobain
  • Facts
  • Jukebox
  • The Ocean Below
  • Gregory
  • The Wino, The Junkie, and The Lord
  • I'm Not Mad
  • Vampyre Mike Kassel
  • The Real Me
  • Kathi Georges
  • I Was with Her Long Enough To Change Brands of Cigarettes
  • Bucky Sinister
  • Danny Shot
  • The Living Legend
  • This Is the Babarians
  • On Long Shot
  • It's About the End of the World Stupid
  • Jack Wiler
  • David Lerner
  • Bruce Isaacson
  • Lost My Job & Wrote This Poem
  • Poetry in Orange County
  • In the Bookstore
  • Julia Vinograd
  • Kathleen Wood
  • Bana Witt
  • American Renegades
  • Homage to Hersch
  • Allen Ginsberg
  • From High on the Beats
  • Herschel Silverman
  • Wail Bar Night
  • Andy Clausen
  • Mad Dogs of Trieste
  • Janine Pommy Vega
  • klipschutz
  • The Woman at the Palace of the Legion of Honor
  • Neeli Cherkovski
  • New York Guy in Berlin Night
  • Buddy Giovinazzo
  • Career Move
  • Penny Arcade
  • America
  • Dear Ezra
  • As for Us
  • David Gollub
  • (some) people have enough problems
  • Q.R. Hand
  • Mal de Tete
  • Ira Cohen
  • Electronic Multimedia Shamanism
  • Letter to Caliban
  • From Songs of the Revolution
  • Julian Beck
  • Leaflet for Soldiers
  • Judith Malina
  • Poem in the Manner of Paul Blackburn
  • Gerard Malanga
  • First Lady
  • Murdered in the Middle of the Dance
  • Eve Wood
  • Henry J. Morro
  • Marilyn Monroe Is Dead
  • Barbie
  • Eric Brown
  • Steven J. Bernstein
  • Elsie John
  • Herbert Huncke
  • Path
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Just Say NO to Family Values
  • John Giorno
  • Pact
  • Anne Waldman
  • For Madeline Gleason
  • ruth weiss
  • Charles Plymell
  • Was Poe Afraid?
  • Cool Hobohemians 1950's Bennies from Heaven Poem
  • Displaced Poet
  • Paul Landry
  • The states
  • You Fucking Cunt
  • George Tsongas
  • In Memorian: Charles Mingus
  • Mikhail Horowitz
  • Billie and Satchmo
  • Harvesting Organs: On the Head-Injury Death of a 24 Year Old Boy in Vermont
  • Ed Dorn
  • Ball & Chain Record Store
  • Ellyn Maybe
  • Asteroid Poem #15
  • FrancEyE
  • Jack Kerouac Returns to Lowell after 25 Years
  • Gerald Nicosia
  • The Door for Love and Death
  • Laurel Ann Bogen
  • Stuart Z. Perkoff
  • Untitled
  • The Suicide Room
  • Love Is the Silence
  • Untitled
  • Tony Scibella
  • For Frank
  • Venice West
  • Untitled
  • Memoirs of a Nun of Fire
  • Philomene Long
  • Skull
  • Nelson Gary
  • Kaye McDonough
  • From Bones
  • Marc Olmsted
  • Collaborating with Kerouac
  • David Amram
  • Hey, Jack!
  • Jan Kerouac
  • Frank T. Rios
  • Invocation
  • & sometimes it all hangs crooked
  • Ritual
  • The Carma Bums
  • The Carma Bums (Because This Is What America's All About)
  • S.A. Griffin
  • Cartoons Are My Life
  • Michael Bruner
  • S.A. Griffin
  • 7th Sound for John Garfield
  • I Ate Fig Newtons Until I Puked
  • America Poem
  • James Ryan Morris
  • Untitled
  • Rafael F.J. Alvarado
  • You'll Despise Me for This, But I'm Going to Say It Anyway
  • John Thomas
  • Venice
  • William J. Margolis
  • American Renegades
  • The San Francisco Oracle: A Brief History
  • Allen Cohen
  • Michael McClure
  • The God I Worship Is a Lion
  • Jesus I Am Sick of the Spiritual Warfare!
  • After the Cries of the Birds Has Stopped
  • Lawrence Ferlinghetti
  • Characteristically
  • Philip Whalen
  • There Is a River
  • In Transit
  • Lenore Kandel
  • Sunset Strip Self-Improvement Affirmations
  • Doug Knott
  • No Mercy
  • Scott Wannberg
  • Mike Mollett
  • I Am the Bomb
  • The Word
  • Downtown Woman
  • Julia Stein
  • Ten Commandments of a Street Poet
  • Tony Medina
  • Bob Flanagan
  • Bukowski Poem
  • Handcuffs
  • From Slave Sonnet #1
  • From Slave Sonnet #7
  • From Slave Sonnet #10
  • Seed Pods
  • The Wedding of Everything
  • This Is the Land of Missed Opportunity
  • Steve Cannon
  • Suzanne Goes Down
  • Rebecca Fransway
  • Gary Snyder
  • Astromancy
  • Phillip Lamantia
  • Manifesto for Mutants
  • Ted Berk
  • My Life
  • Michael Lally
  • Fugitive
  • Frank Fissette
  • My Room
  • Hannah Aquaah
  • Lap 15512
  • Herby Ehinger
  • My Father
  • Mark "9-Box" Benyo
  • Trapped
  • Israel Fernandez
  • On Prison Poetry
  • The Unbearables
  • Introduction to The Unbearables
  • Marvin Taylor
  • Archaeology
  • Bonnie Finberg
  • Dead Louis
  • Tsaurah Litzsky
  • Janine Pommy Vega
  • To Those
  • Mumia Abu-Jamal
  • Sing Sing Sits Up The River
  • Alejo Dao'ud Rodriguez
  • After All Those Years
  • Cecil Boatswain
  • The Bus Driver's Secret Song
  • Max Blagg
  • Orgasm
  • Patricia Freed Ackerman
  • Sound Effects
  • Janice Eidus
  • Q/A
  • Jim Feast
  • Write a fucking poem
  • Mike Golden
  • Factory Still Life
  • Slave
  • David Huberman
  • Them
  • C.X. Hunter
  • The Professional
  • Joe Maynard
  • Cafe Ennui
  • Sharon Mesmer
  • Panoplistic Traditions in Memphis
  • Jill Rapaport
  • Ron Kolm
  • Kurt Cobain
  • Sparrow
  • God Is Here
  • Michael Carter
  • Moral
  • Merry Fortune
  • Spanish Girls
  • Claude Taylor
  • Mendel's Law
  • David L. Ulin
  • I Want the Nobel Prize
  • Albert Vitale
  • Teeth & Totemism
  • Carl Watson
  • Untitled
  • Diwan-i Hayan Kirmani, N. Pourjaundy, Peter Lamborn Wilson
  • Yardbirds of Vermont
  • Red Snappers
  • Carol Wierzbicki
  • Poets To Come
  • Walt Whitman
  • Thaddeus Rutkowski
  • Manhattan
  • Susan Scutti
  • Thursday Night in the Park
  • Hal Sirowitz
  • Business District
  • Mike Topp
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxvii, 685 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9781560252276
Lccn
99018930
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm40783929
  • (Sirsi) o40783929
  • (OCoLC)40783929

Library Locations

    • Des Plaines Public LibraryBorrow it
      1501 Ellinwood Street, Des Plaines, IL, 60016, US
      42.041061 -87.886650