Snows Gone by: New and Uncollected Poems 1964-2002
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BeschreibungA broad retrospective of the long writing life of James Koller.
PortraitIn 1960 poet James Koller moved to the Bay Area from the Midwest. He was drawn to what has since become known as the San Francisco Poetry Renaissance and soon became friends with Joanne Kyger, Philip Whalen, Lew Welch, Gary Snyder, Bill Brown, and many others of the time. Since 1964 he has edited the seminal Coyote's Journal, one of the earliest publications advocating a poetics that would lead to the ecological movement. With Richard Brautigan, Koller was part of the Digger's Communication Company, distributing their free publications in Haight Ashbury. He has been a heavy traveller, criss-crossing North America and Europe, settling in Maine in 1972. Author of over forty books of poetry, fiction, and essays, his writing has been translated into Italian, French, German, Dutch, and Swedish. In recent years in Europe Koller has taught with German poet Stefan Hyner and Swedish poet Reidar Ekner on the Icelandic Sagas; and he has also worked with the Italian Bioregional movement. He lives in rural Maine.
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: LA ALAMEDA PR
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2004
Seitenanzahl: 136 Seiten