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Polkinhorn, Harry



  • Existence: 1945-03-03-

Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:

Access: deep square wave structure. No.1 / Karl Kempton ; Harry Polkinhorn., 1987

Identifier: CC-51871-72971
Scope and Contents

Stored with Karl Kempton material. Polkinhorn provided a critical analysis of Kempton's poetry and philosophy. Ruth Showalter and De Villo Sloan, the Editors, conducted an interview of Kempton. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1987

Atticus Review. No.10 / Guy R. Beining ; Polkinhorn H., 1985

Identifier: CC-31032-32494
Scope and Contents

This issue was edited by Harry Polkinhorn. It is a survey of Beining's work beginning with a critical essay by Polkinhorn, an interview of Beining, stoma poems of Beining, photocopied visual and visual poetic collages, and photocopied reproducions of concrete and typewriter poems. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1985

Bridges Of Skin Money (Deluxe Edition) / Polkinhorn, Harry., 1986

Identifier: CC-48879-69916
Scope and Contents

This copy has a unique, recycled hard cover binding. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1986

Bridges Of Skin Money / Polkinhorn, Harry ; And M., 2008

Identifier: CC-48881-69918
Scope and Contents

This is a digital version of the deluxe handcolored edition of the book published in 1986 (the Sackner Archive does not hold a copy of this version). -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2008

Mount Soledad / Polkinhorn, Harry ; Young K., 1996

Identifier: CC-27882-29021
Scope and Contents

Polkinhorn's story revolves around his romance with a Cuban-American woman. The book is written in a stream of consciousness as a literary collage without punctuation. Karl Young provides an introduction. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1996

Poetics and Visuality; a trajectory of contemporary brazilian poetry / Menezes, Philadelpho ; Harry Polkinhorn, translator ; Gullar F ; Azeredo R ; DeCampos A ; Pignatari D ; DeCampos H ; Dias-Pino W ; Xisto P ; Braga E ; Menezes P., 1994

Identifier: CC-47766-68785
Scope and Contents

Polkinhorn provides an English translation of Menezes' "Poetica e Visualidad," that was first published in 1991. The latter is held by the Sackner Archive. Menezes provides a critical review of Brazilian concrete poetry and its evolution, e.g., visual poetry, semiotic poetry, poema-processo, photomontage poetry, etc. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1994

Reinventing the Emblem: Contemporary Artists Recreate a Renaissance Idea / Allison B. Leader, curator ; Leslie K. Baiier, curator ; Neaderland L ; Polkinhorn H ; McCarney S ; Zelevansky P ; Bruskin G ; Dill L ; Hamady W ; Horvitz SR ; Kosuth J ; Rosenberg MR ; Greenaway P ; O'Connell M ; Rothenberg E ; Solomon C ; Weiner L ; Wiley WT ; Colonna F ; Cohen A ; Cumming R ; Gilbert S ; Hammond J ; Higgins EF-III ; Nadin P ; Nagy P ; Nechvatal J ; Tompkins B ; Zelevansky P., 1995

Identifier: CC-03675-3740
Scope and Contents

The Emblem poem of the 16th and 17th century consisted of motto, image and verse. In the classification system utilized by the Sackner Archive, emblem poems are designated Picture Poems and consist of title (motto), image and verse on the same page, i.e., a single poem which if presented as facing pages collection of poems and poetry in a book would be designated an Illustrated Book. Examples of contemporary picture poems are those composed by Kenneth Patchen. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1995

Additional filters:

Critical text 9
Concrete poetry 8
Experimental fiction 5
Visual poetry 4
Conventional poetry 3