|THE WORLD IN TIME AND SPACE: TOWARDS A HISTORY OF INNOVATIVE AMERICAN POETRY IN OUR TIME|
Edward Foster and Joseph Donahue, Editors
$25.95 | paper | 740 pp.
Nonfiction. Literary History and Criticism. Poetics. This long-awaited history of contemporary American poetry, Talisman Nos. 23-26, is more than 700 pages long. This special volume surveys major developments in avant-garde American poetry from 1970 to the present. THE WORLD IN TIME AND SPACE includes contributions by major critics and poets including Bruce Andrews, Daniel Barbiero, Christopher Beach, Michael Boughn, Peter Bushyeager, David Clippinger, Michel Delville, Brent Edwards, Steve Evans, Dan Featherston, Thomas Fink, Norman Finkelstein, Alan Golding, Jeanne Heuving, W. Scott Howard, Andrew Joron, Burt Kimmelman, David Landrey, Kathryne V. Lindberg, Stephen-Paul Martin, Stephen Paul Miller, Aldon Lynn Nielsen, Alice Notley, Peter O'Leary, Marjorie Perloff, Linda Russo, Standard Schaefer, Julie Schmid, Susan M. Schultz, Leonard Schwartz, Mark Scroggins, Mary Margaret Sloan, Gustaf Sobin, Brian Kim Stefans, Susan Vanderborg, and the editors, Joseph Donahue and Edward Foster.
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