Broadside: "Guardian & Scribe" Anne Waldman.

Broadside: "Guardian & Scribe"

Louisville, KY: White Fields Press/ The Literary Renaissance, 1994. First Printing. Single Sheet. "You are my naming person back of the tongue/ You are widower to the terrorist in me/ Did she die? Poetry Lives!" (first three lines) A large broadside (appx. 15" x 34&7/8") with the title poem by Anne Waldman, the iconic poet of the later Beat Generation, the New York School & beyond; leader of the St. Marks Poetry Project in NYC; co-founder with Allen Ginsberg of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University. With reproduction of a photograph of Waldman staring at the viewer from her table, taken by Ginsberg. A bold, exemplary production on thick, glossy paper stock by White Fields Press/ The Literary Renaissance, the acclaimed imprint- series "Supporting the global literary community." First printing of unknown limitation. An outstanding Waldman collectible. In very fine condition with only tiny bumps at corners; small area of sunning at edge of blank verso. Will be shipped carefully rolled in a tube. This item cannot be sent by Media Mail, so extra shipping/handling charges are required. Very Fine. [Item #3821]

Price: $80.00