Tag: Frank O’ Hara

  • THE CRANIUM IS A SPACE TRAVELER’S HELMET

    READING FROM NEW BOOK RIDES IN MY FLAT IN EAST LONDON DOCKLANDS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obmm3xjknAc “There is only seeing and, in order to go to see, one must be a pirate” There are mashups with train rides forwards and backwards all around the U.K. Rides is part of my nomadic surrealist project. AVAILABLE OVER HERE: RIDES   […]

  • OPPOSING POWER BLOCKS

    “Too hip for the squares and too square for the hips is a category of oblivion which increasingly threatens any artist who dares to take his own way, regardless of mass public and journalistic approval. And how could it be otherwise in a supremely tribal civilization like ours, where even artists feel compelled to band […]

  • FRANK O’ HARA AND DRAKE TOGETHER AT LAST

    FRANK O’ HARA AND DRAKE, TOGETHER AT LAST! http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2013/09/10/frank_o_hara_and_drake_mashup_poetry_and_pop_music_beautifully_put_together.html?utm_source=Poetry+Sept+11%2C+2013&utm_campaign=Poetry+September+11&utm_medium=email

  • ALT LIT and NY School Poetry

    Alt LIT and NY School Poetry (Frank O’ Hara and Ted Berrigan etc.) This same kind of negative review of the legacy of NY School poetics was also leveled at Alt Lit in Vice recently. Sociability. Pop art. Speed. The bad dna of Frank O Hara and Ted Berrigan etc. The attention deficit of NY […]

  • Frank O’ Hara

    Larry’s uncle sent a missionary to China when he was in grade school  who cried ”go straight” to the white men there (Frank O ’ Hara)

  • Contemporary English Poetry and North American influences

        A nice article today about some of the very best poetry coming from the United Kingdom. And it rocks. Big time! Brilliant! Some influences of NY school poetry and more. Check out the article in Jacket 2 magazine: http://jacket2.org/feature/contemporary-english-poetry-and-north-american-influences

  • coming soon . . . hot hot hot . . .

    from Dzanc Books: A Question Mark Above the Sun Documents on the Mystery Surrounding a Famous Poem “by” Frank O’Hara Expanded Second Edition Kent Johnson Preface by Eric Lorberer Foreword David Koepsell Afterwords by Jeremy Noel-Tod and Joshua Kotin “At the end of last year, an extraordinary work of detective criticism briefly ap- peared, despite […]