Newsletter published by the cornerstone of the New York poetry community.
Very good +.
THE POETRY PROJECT NEWSLETTER - No. 100 - October 1983
Prints eulogies for Ted Berrigan and Edwin Denby; the first written by Anselm Hollo and the second by Reed Bye. "The delight of Ted Berrigan's presence... generates a unique double vision: one, a down-to-earth, Hand Williams, Janis Joplin, Gordon Lightfoot sense of the surounding space and times, and two, the shared realm of Ezra Pound ('a witness'), William Carlos Williams, Frank O'Hara, Charles Olson, and on and on..."
New York: Poetry Project, 1983. Wraps. 4to. Saddle-stapled self-wraps. Very good plus. Folded once horizontally for mailing (and mailed to poet Terence Winch), showing a bit of toning along fold. Light handling wear; else clean and bright overall. 7pp.
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