Thursday, August 15

The Black Mountain Review


"First impressions. Some people take their cue from a handshake, the eyes, a bank statement, or the shine of one’s shoes. I make a beeline for the bookshelves. Forget reading palms. One’s library is a window into one’s soul. Go through my books and I stand naked before you. So I was excited to get a series of e-mails from Steve Clay of Granary Books attaching selections from the library of Robert Creeley. The institutions had first crack at the lot and, if there were no takers, the doors were thrown open to the collectors."
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W - Black Mountain poets
Poetry Foundation: "Projective Verse" (1950) by Charles Olson
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YouTube: The Rise of The Black Mountain Review

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