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by Clark Coolidge

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  • ISBN 0970876378
  • ISBN13 978-0970876379
  • Language English
  • Author Clark Coolidge
  • Publisher Combo Books (March 1, 2010)
  • Pages 237
  • Formats lrf doc azw mbr
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Poetry
  • Size ePub 1115 kb
  • Size Fb2 1320 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 494

Poetry. "Clark Coolidge's THE ACT OF PROVIDENCE is the first book since Ashbery's Flowchart to remind me of the particular pleasure reading once was. It is as if Dylan Thomas and Jack Kerouac danced together in the cemetery of Spoon River in the light of a projected image of Joe Brainard flickering on fleeting clouds, while teaching the intricate steps to the ghost of Maximus"--Tom Raworth.

Clark Coolidge (born February 26, 1939) is an American poet. As a teenager, Coolidge attended Classical High School in Providence, Rhode Island. Coolidge attended Brown University, where his father taught in the music department.

Clark Coolidge (born February 26, 1939) is an American poet. In 1967, Coolidge moved to San Francisco and joined David Meltzer's band, The Serpent Power, as a drummer

Clark Coolidge's THE ACT OF PROVIDENCE is the first book since Ashbery's Flowchart to remind me of the . This sample, even in this late day, will probably read very strangely to those not familiar with Clark Coolidge, or with ‘experimental’ poetry in general.

Clark Coolidge's THE ACT OF PROVIDENCE is the first book since Ashbery's Flowchart to remind me of the particular pleasure reading once was. It is as if Dylan Thomas and Jack Kerouac danced together in the cemetery of Spoon River in the light of a projected image of Joe Brainard flickering on fleeting clouds, while teaching the intricate steps to the ghost of Maxi Poetry.

Clark Coolidge-Jack Kerouac School Summer Writing Program 2016. Counting on Planet Zero, (Wendell, MA : Fewer & Further Press, 2007). The Act of Providence, (Qua Press, 2010). This Time We Are Both, (Ugly Duckling Press, 2010). Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhaagi Si (for Clark Coolidge), 2009. I have to go back to the first year that I came to the Kerouac school was 1977 and I believe the school opened in 74 so I was almost there at the beginning. Book Beginning What and Ending Away, (Fence Books, 2013). 88 Sonnets, (Fence Books, 2013). Selected Poems: 1962-1985, (Station Hill Press, 2017).

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Clark Coolidge: from The Act of Providence, 2010. I think this new book of Clark's aims for being a sort of Doctor Sax of Providence. But then I find that along with the confusion, old age induces a sort of simplicity of view

Clark Coolidge: from The Act of Providence, 2010. But then I find that along with the confusion, old age induces a sort of simplicity of view. Undoubtedly this is a biological mechanism intended for the convenience of extending survival, if only by a bi. It is as if Dylan Thomas and Jack Kerouac danced together in the cemetery of Spoon River in the light of a projected image of Joe Brainard. It is as if Dylan Thomas and Jack Kerouac danced together in the cemetery of Spoon River in the light of a projected image of Joe Brainard flickering on fleeting clouds, while teaching the intricate steps to the ghost of Maximus"-Tom Raworth. Coolidge was born and grew up in Providence, Rhode Island. As a teenager, he attended Classicl High School in Providence. He has lived, among other places, in Manhattan (New York City), Cambridge, Massachusetts, San Francisco, Rome (Italy), and the Berkshire Hills. He currently lives in Petaluma, California.

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Clark Coolidge is a revered figure in the world of American and world experimental poetry. This Selected Poems will be how Coolidge's revolutionary early works will be read for generations to come. The volume includes an Introduction by Bill Berkson.