“Warren is an iconoclastic, slashing writer-the piratical, pugnacious, bunny rabbit on the cover of this exciting book swings a mean cutlass. It figures that he learned his craft reviewing rock ‘n roll. He justifies his “cartoonish title” because it evokes “the street punk lineage of bop-bop romanticism and bravado scholarship that Gregory Corso and Charles Olson deposited ay SUNY Buffalo,” where Warren studied in the 1970s. For years, Warren has edited and published a simple folded newsletter/ pamphlet called House Organ, home for fugitive poets and many of these essays-a publication of large ideas in small print that is one of the best things going in the many worlds of poetry. Here, he engages a stunning number of poets, many of whom this reviewer has never heard. “
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