Improvised Poetics. Allen Ginsberg.

Improvised Poetics

San Francisco, CA: Anonym Press, 1972. First Printing. Softcover. As stated in the introduction by editor Mark Robison, this is "...a discussion of modern poetry between Allen Ginsberg, Michael Aldrich, Edward Kissam, and Nancy Blecker at Ginsberg's farm in Cherry Valley, New York on November 26, 1968...Ginsberg depicts with minute detail how he implements what could be called a marked vocalization of mind thought and how the actual physical circumstance of writing structures his poetry." This is the stated first printing of January 1972, from a limited edition of 2,000 copies. A well-produced softcover with tissue endpapers at both ends of interior, for the collector-scholar seeking insight into the mind of the great Beat poet. In fine condition, with moderate rubbing, browning, creasing & spotting to front & back covers, spine & edges; interior very fine & tight with only very mild browning to edges. Fine. [Item #1814]

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