Tag Archives: Marriage: A Sentence

Anne Waldman, Andrew Schelling 2001 Interview

From the archives: Northwestern Exposure #336 for 4/22/01 – 55:00 Subject: The Poetic Activism Legacy of Allen Ginsberg Guests: Anne Waldman & Andrew Schelling Contact: Naropa University Date Aired: 4/22/2001 Summary: Anne Waldman and Andrew Schelling, from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, co-founded by … Continue reading

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Anne Waldman – Vow to Poetry (2002 Interview)

Anne Waldman took time to chat in April 2002, about her book Vow to Poetry: Essays, Interviews and Manifestos. In the opening segment, she spoke about her obsession with lineage, legacy, the importance of articulating her poetics and making it … Continue reading

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Writing Haibun

Writing Haibun I first became aware of the haibun literary form through Anne Waldman’s Marriage: A Sentence and through Sam Hamill’s translation of Basho’s Narrow Road to the Interior,perhaps the quintessential translation. Now I am in the middle of writing … Continue reading

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