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Seventh street; an anthology of poems from Les deux megots.

Title
Seventh street; an anthology of poems from Les deux megots.
Author
Katzman, Don, 1937-
Publication
NY [Argentina Press] 1961.

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Additional Authors
  • Katzman, Don, 1937-
  • Levertov, Denise, 1923-1997
  • Druck, Ed
  • Bergé, Carol, 1928-2006
  • Harriman, John, 1940-2005
  • Keys, John, 1931-
  • Lima, Robert
  • Mac Low, Jackson
  • Wakoski, Diane
  • Argentina Press, printer
Description
xi, 68 p. ports.
Summary
An anthology of poems from the writers associated with Les Deux Megots, a coffeehouse on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Includes portraits and brief biographies of contributing poets.
Alternative Title
7th street
Subject
  • 1900-1999
  • American poetry > 20th century
  • Experimental poetry, American
Genre/Form
  • poetry.
  • Experimental poetry
  • Poetry
  • Poésie expérimentale.
  • Poésie.
Note
  • Poems read at a coffee shop called Les deux megots.
Processing Action (note)
  • committed to retain
Contents
Voices are speaking to us / Denise Levertov -- Les Deux Megots: foreword on the readings -- The dinosaur rider ; Mirror ghosts ; Closed things ; If your executioner came / Howard Ant -- The city caught fire in a moment ; New "just so" stories #1 ; Inconsistency ; Third avenue & Houston street / Richard Barker -- Moving ; The London Jew ; At the terminus / Carol Bergé -- True love ; Triad #1 ; Triad #2 ; Triad #3 / Jerry Bloedow -- One human said to another human ; To the John Birch society ; Pow is a punch word / John Harriman -- In the field ; The road ; Icon 3 / Marguerite Harris -- An ode to a Christmas tree angel / Phil Havey -- Drunks have no reality for thirst ; Cézanne ; The primitive of the lost and regained for Paul Gauguin / Don Katzman -- Sestina ; Sestina: an old artilleryman speaks to a young one ; A poem for Marilew 1961 / John Keys -- The act is sacred to despair ; Identities are not rare things ; Tribute / Robert Lima -- An asymmetry for Diane Wakoski ; Fourteenths ; France shocked over Hemingway / Jackson Mac Low -- Wake ; The Dwarf / Mary E. Mayo -- The man who sold Mahatma Gandhi life insurance ; A village character ; In a good humor / Robert Nichols -- The blind on the corner / Philip Reys -- Love Poems / Thomas D. Segall -- With a great big crash ; Cradle song / Betty E. Taub -- Iris and the broken mirror ; Largely because of coincidence and partly because of chance, I have take up a new address at 47th Street and Avenue F / Diane Wakoski.
OCLC
  • 1578419
  • SCSB-12499612
Owning Institutions
Harvard Library