Revolutionary Letters 9 – 11, by Diane di Prima

Di Prima REVOLUTIONARY LETTERs 10-13

Revolutionary Letter #4, by Diane di Prima

DiPrima - Revolutionary Letter 4

Revolutionary Letters 1-3, by Diane DiPrima

DiPrima - Revolutionary Letters 1-3

A Modern Dunciad, by Richard Nason, introduced by Joe Safdie

A Modern Dunciad Books 2 & 3 A Modern Dunciad Book 4 & Epilogue See also “Permanent Revolution: The Value of Bitterness,” Joe Safdie on Nason…

Thomas McGrath

     [2016 is the 100-year anniversary of the birth of the great revolutionary poet Thomas McGrath.]

A Modern Dunciad, Book 4 & Epilogue, by Richard Nason

A Modern Dunciad Book 1, introduced by Joe Safdie A Modern Dunciad Books 2&3 See also "Permanent Revolution: The Value of Bitterness," Joe Safdie…

Charles Olson’s reading for the Creeleys (early 1960s), from Larry Goodell

Check out Larry's site at: https://duende.bandcamp.com/album/charles-olsons-reading-for-the-creeleys Charles Olson's Reading for the Creeleys by…

Ted Byrne interviews Ralph Maud, 18 August 2012

I recently found an interview that I did with Ralph in 2012. I’d actually forgotten about it. We were sitting at his kitchen table chatting and…

Manifesto for an Independent Revolutionary Art

The Manifesto for a Free and Revolutionary Art was written in summer of 1938, in Coyoacán, Mexico, where the Surrealist poet André Breton was holding…

Infrarrealista – by way of a brief introduction

The infrarrealista movement constituted a neo-avant-garde literary community that emerged in Mexico City in the 1970s. As the prefix "infra implies,…

Prize list II, by Kent Johnson

Prize List II dispatches

Revolutionary Letter # 5, by Diane Di Prima

at some point you may be called upon to keep going for several days without sleep: keep some ups around, to be clearheaded, avoid ‘comedown’ as much…

Laura Riding Jackson on women and sociology, from “How Now To Think Of Women?“ 

"What next? it has been asked of me – in the sense, how to go about reaching the destination I define. All directions for getting somewhere beyond…

Edward Pavlić, from Let’s Let That Are Not Yet : INFERNO /

You find that you have been taking a subconscious inventory of the crashed prison camp: cement barriers; the lackadaisical saunter of guards; towers…

Photos from Onetto’s in Buffalo, 1965 – by Fred Wah

Jack Clarke, Penny Rodefer, Stephen Rodefer, Pauline Butling, Charles Olson, John Weiners John Clarke, Charles Olson   John Clarke, Fred…

BILL BERKSON IN CONVERSATION WITH DAVID LEVI STRAUSS

[On April 25 [2006], poet and critic Bill Berkson came to Rail headquarters in Greenpoint and sat down to discuss his life and work with David Levi…