Ann Arbor, MI: Caliban, 1986. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Clayton Eshleman. "Caliban is calling the tribes together. Those who consider themselves avant-garde or progressive (and even those who don't, but who are serious) need to come together to help pull the culture out of the sink it's slipped into...Caliban wants to liberate all islands everywhere from the rational Prosperos, those fraudulent magicians, who think they own and understand art.....[Item #3375]
The Prolific & Underappreciated
One of our favorite new sections of the Third Mind Books site, “The Prolific & Underappreciated” category consists of hand-picked works by numerous individuals whose contributions to and achievements in the field of literature fail to match their “renown” or esteem in the minds of common readers, critics or scholars alike. We take this category to be an opportunity for all to discover the rich repository of untapped resources that are these authors and their many works.
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Tucson, AZ: Ironwood Press, 1972. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Diane Wakoski. This very first number of the distinguished literary journal edited by Michael Cuddihy features three poems by Diane Wakoski, the acclaimed & prolific Beat-influenced poet then-associated with the Deep Image School pioneered by Robert Kelly. Above the first poem, "When the Shoe Fits," below her printed name, Wakoski has hand-written her signature with characteristic series of vertical doodles.....[Item #3492]
Athens, OH: Ohio University, 1987. First Printing. Softcover. Signed by Diane Wakoski. This number of the prestigious literary journal published by Ohio University at Athens begins with a "Special Feature: Poets on the Line" section, wherein a very distinguished group of American poets discuss & analyze that most basic feature of poetry- the line itself. Most contributions in this section are essays, including one by Diane Wakoski, the acclaimed &.....[Item #3417]