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Don Allen, Grey Fox, and Poems Retrieved by Frank O’Hara

By Katherine Duckworth When Edwin Denby said about influential editor Don Allen, “When will he have the complete poems of Frank O’Hara?” he was hoping to see two volumes of previously uncollected work joined with the original Collected Poems (a … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: Julio Cortázar’s Save Twilight

When one hears the name Julio Cortázar, it is most likely in praise of his mastery of short fiction. Along with Jorge Luis Borges, Gabriel García Márquez, and Carlos Fuentes Macías, Cortázar is often cited as one of the key figures in the … Continue reading

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Pocket Poets Number Eleven: New Young German Poets

Germans are in the news for sports, so why not take a look at their rich avant-garde literature tradition today? Today we proudly feature Jerome Rothenberg’s New Young German Poets – number 11 in the City Lights Pocket Poets Series. … Continue reading

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