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Cross Worlds - Transcultural Poetics: An Anthology (Paperback): Anne Waldman, Laura Wright
Cross Worlds - Transcultural Poetics: An Anthology (Paperback): Anne Waldman, Laura Wright

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Anne Waldman, Laura Wright

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A follow-up to Beats at Naropa, Cross Worlds offers another view into the Naropa University archives, focusing on material that addresses cross cultural and hybridized work and collaborationsContributors to the anthology represent a broad spectrum of voices, both demographically and aesthetically, and include major figures including Allen Ginsberg, Eileen Myles, Bei Dao, and Sherwin BitsuiThe anthology addresses important questions of poetry in an increasingly globalized and post-colonial political and literary landscapeCoffee House is closely associated with Naropa, and this deepens that relationship while also fulfilling our mission of publishing books that encourage and enable the production of new artContributions to the anthology stretch from aboriginal songmen to modernist theater and has a varied, almost conversational discourse is as lively as it is far-reaching and ambitious

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Imprint: Coffee House Press
Country of origin: United States
Release date: July 2014
First published: July 2014
Editors: Anne Waldman • Laura Wright
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 25mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 366
ISBN-13: 978-1-56689-358-9
Barcode: 9781566893589
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LSN: 1-56689-358-5

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