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Leftwich, Jim



  • Existence: 1956-

Found in 139 Collections and/or Records:

Acts Book One / Crouse, John ; Leftwich, Jim., 2007

Identifier: CC-46556-49285
Scope and Contents

Each page has several one line poems by one of the authors followed by a one line poem response by the other. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2007

American Avant Garde, An: Second Wave / John M. Bennett, curator ; Leftwich J ; Ford CH ; Isou I ; Burroughs WS ; Chopin H ; MacLow J ; Porter B ; Weiss I ; Higgins D ; Helmes S ; Sackner RK ; Sackner MA ; LaCook L ; MacLeod S ; Martin H ; Cole D ; Rosenberg MR ; Crozier R ; Huttinger P ; Danon B ; Kostelanetz R ; Blaine J ; Hompson DD ; Strangulensis F ; Bulatov D ; And M ; Was E ; Tomoyasu L ; Wood R ; Murphy S ; Ackerman A ; Bertola C ; Clinefelter J ; Altemus R ; Taylor T ; Basinski M ; Vollmann W ; Magazinnik M ; Huth G ; Lipman J ; Perlman J ; Coolidge C ; Waldrop K ; Selby S ; Grumman B ; Ganick P ; Ferri G ; Hill C ; Hartman A ; Byrum J ; Arguelles I ; Nettelbeck FA ; Raphael D ; Heman B ; Perchik S ; Garnier I ; Garnier P ; Luis CM ; levy da ; Beining G ; Evason G ; Berry J ; Paz O ; Ernst KS., 2002

Identifier: CC-39175-41119
Scope and Contents

This catalogue was presented at the conference and exhibition sponsored by OSU Rare Books and Manuscripts Library. The exhibition was curated by John M Bennett who organized the event, edited the catalogue and conducted the presentations. Marvin Sackner was the keynote speaker for the conference and presented a powerpoint talk, "A Survey of the Sackner Archive." Geoffrey D. Smith, Director of Rare Books, wrote an inciteful essay, "Collecting the New." John M. Bennett contributed "The Blank Generation: An American Avant Garde." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2002

Asemia / Gaze,Tim ; Leftwich, Jim ; Tourney, Louise ; Maneri, Joe ; Diarra, Abdourahamane., 2003

Identifier: CC-42020-44017
Scope and Contents Basinski reviewed this book on the WEB: "A form or branch of verbo-visual poetry, Asemic writing is an original progression within this genre. Thank the Gods (and Pixies) some poets are getting beyond the 1960s and into something other than simulations of Finlay or Cobbing, although, thank the Gods if these had a proto-generator it might be Cobbing. But, nevertheless, Asemia strikes out boldly into a form of writing that locates itself in primitive emotive states, pre-aural, pre-intellectual, when the sound of emotions took forms like these. Carefully rendered glyphs of proto or other writing the works ask the reader to fully engage them via what senses might be strongest in their particular reading field. They are not puzzles. Not riddles waiting to be solved but works that form a state of being that might be or should be the imaginative state. Like keyholes into the substructure of the spiritual life of letters and words enter and enjoy. Maneri writes a sequence of 24 spirit...
Dates: 2003

Brain Cell: No.144 [A View] / Cohen, Ryosuke; Leftwich J; Angelo L; Stone D; Dellafiora D., 1989

Identifier: CC-52681-73817
Scope and Contents

This broadside in an unfolded state together with other Ryosuke Cohen's Brain Cells and cards are stored in a large green & black folder. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1989

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Text over text 60
Visual poetry 53
Language poetry 18
Fragmented text 15
Artist book 13