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Kostelanetz, Richard

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Found in 175 Collections and/or Records:

No.155: Literature / Asphodel Book Shop ; Kostelanetz R ; levy da ; Johnson R ; Sanders E ; Schmidt A., 1993

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Identifier: CC-26555-27024
Scope and Contents

Lowell mentions Larry Walrich's (the bookseller) death in this catalogue. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1993

Ole: For Poets Only. No.2/Mar / Douglas Blazek, editor ; Richman G ; Bukowski C ; Lowenfels W ; Norse H ; levy da ; Wagner Dr ; Sanders E ; Williams J ; Wantling W ; Locke D ; Eigner L ; Larsen C ; Taylor K ; Billera J ; Blazek D., 1965

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Identifier: CC-48289-69314
Scope and Contents This issue includes da levy's poem "Bourgeoisie Chant." Duane Locke contributes an essay, "The Avante-Garde and Poetry" in which he comments on Concrete Poetry. He states that "Concrete Poetry, in divorcing language from its referential base, creates a vehicle capable only of divorcing a very limited and not very worthwhile experience. Words are not colors or musical sounds, and have an extremely limited force when used for spatial and sound effects per se. Dave Cunliffe of Poetmeat reports that concrete poetry is speading over England, and I am certain that a group of unreflective and unfeeling poets will soon vociferously distribute it over America." Note: Duane Locke has a Doctor of Philosophy degree, specializing in poetry from Donne to Marvell. During his academic career at a less-than-mediocre university (Tampa) which he considers a waste of his life he taught varied courses in poetry from Homer to Michael Palmer. He has had over 5,000 poems published as of August 2005,...
Dates: 1965

On Contemporary Literature, 1969

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Identifier: CC-48566-69597
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This is the 2nd edition. The 1st edition (1964) edited by Kostelanetz and Raymond Federman marked the first appearance of Federman in print with an essay on Samuel Beckett. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1969

One Million Words of Book Notes 1958-1993 / Kostelanetz, Richard ; Antin D ; Apollinaire G ; Arnheim R ; Atchley D ; Atwood M ; Beckett S ; Berrigan T ; Biederman C ; Bowler B ; Bowles J ; Breton A ; Bukowski C ; Burke K ; Burroughs WS ; Gysin B ; Butor M ; Cage J ; Carroll L ; Celant G ; Cendrars B ; Clark T ; Cohen A ; Colombo JR ; Coolidge C ; Creeley R ; Davey F ; Dawson F ; Denby E ; Depew W ; Dickey J ; Duncan R ; Ehrenburg I ; Ellmann R ; Federman R ; Ferlinghetti L ; Ford CH ; Fox H ; Gass W ; Ginsberg A ; Gins M ; Giorno J ; Gray C ; Groh K ; Gross R ; Quasha G ; Grossinger R ; Henri A ; Herman J ; Ploog J ; Weissner C ; Higgins D ; Hill A ; Artaud A ; Hirschman J ; Hoffman A ; Hollander J ; Jandl E ; Jarry A ; Johnson R ; Joyce J ; Kerouac J ; Kesey K ; Kirby M ; Kostelanetz R ; Kriwet F ; Lamantia P ; Lewis WP ; Lissitzky E ; Lissitzky-Kuppers S ; Lucie-Smith E ; MacLow J ; MacLennan T ; Malanga G ; Malevich K ; Mallarme S ; Marcus G ; Massin ; Mathews H ; McClure M ; McLuhan M ; Saleh D ; Meltzer D ; Merton T ; Lax R ; Michaux H ; Micheline J ; Miller H ; Moholy-Nagy L ; Morgenstern C ; Nichol bp ; Nuttall J ; Ockerse T ; Ono Y ; Patchen K ; Perchik S ; Phillips MJ ; Phillips T ; Porter B ; Pritchard NH-II ; Rothenberg J ; Queneau R ; Ray M ; Reinhardt A ; Rickey G ; Rose B ; Oldenburg C ; Roseliep R ; Ruscha E ; Sanders E ; Saroyan A ; Schafer RM ; Shattuck R ; Smith WJ ; Snodgrass W ; Sohm H ; Stein G ; Steiner W ; Steinitz K ; Sukenick R ; Swenson M ; Thomas D ; Thomson V ; Tschichold J ; VanDoesburg T ; Vonnegut KJr ; Waldrop K ; Waldrop R ; Warhol A ; Williams E ; Williams J ; Young L ; Zukofsky L., 1996

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Identifier: CC-30033-31427
Scope and Contents Kostelanetz has written terse, pithy, highly opinionated, reviews of books that he read from 1958-1993, including reviews of his own books on rereading them. He closes each review with a grade. The following books that he reviewed and graded are held by the Sackner Archive. He provides dates of publication that might differ from those listed in the Sackner Archive database.David Antin: Code of Flag Behavior (1968) FAIR; Talking (1972) FAIR; Talking at the Boundaries (1976) GOOD; Tuning (1984) GOOD. Dana Atchley: Space Atlas (1971) GOOD.Ted Berrigan: The Sonnets (1967) FAIR. Charles Biederman: Art as the Evolution of Visual Knowledge (1948) VERY GOOD. Berjouhi Bowler: The Word as Image (1970) FAIR. Jerry Bowles: Art Work, No Commercial Value (1972) FAIR. Kenneth Burke: Collected Poems 1915-1967 (1968) VERY GOOD. William S. Burroughs and Brion Gysin: The Third Mind (1979) VERY GOOD. Michel Butor: Mobile (1962) VERY GOOD.John Cage: Silence (1961) FAIR; A Year from Monday (1967) VERY...
Dates: 1996

Partitions [A Cycle of Poems] / Kostelanetz, Richard ; Young K., 1992

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Identifier: CC-53075-74221
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Each page depicts a single word and the words that can be formed from it with adjacent letters. The covers were designed by Wally Depew. There are four copies of covers with purple and two copies with red backgrounds. One red copy is stored in a Kostelanetz box, the others in a Depew box. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1992

Portraits From Memory, 1975

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Identifier: CC-39125-41067
Scope and Contents

Van der Donk comments: "First edition of this fictional series of "portraits from memory" of female sexual conquests, the descriptive words forming visual poems in the author's hand, lithographically reproduced here. The memories of the encounters (which again are fictional - fact which is emphasied by dates which certainly precede the dawn of the author's sexual activity) are fundamentally a series of quick judgements, mean-spirited physical descriptions and occasionally, fond remembrances. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1975

Portraits From Memory / Kostelanetz, Richard., 1975

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Identifier: CC-39126-41068
Scope and Contents

Van der Donk comments: "First edition of this fictional series of "portraits from memory" of female sexual conquests, the descriptive words forming visual poems in the author's hand, lithographically reproduced here. The memories of the encounters (which again are fictional - fact which is emphasied by dates which certainly precede the dawn of the author's sexual activity) are fundamentally a series of quick judgements, mean-spirited physical descriptions and occasionally, fond remembrances. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1975

Possibilities of Poetry, 1970

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Identifier: CC-37074-38915
Scope and Contents

Most of the poems in this anthology are conventional; only a small number are concrete poems. Gerd Stern's concrete poetic objects are depicted in three illustrations. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1970

Possibilities of Poetry / Kostelanetz, Richard, editor ; Olson C ; Zukofsky L ; Cage J ; Giorno J ; Graham D ; Snodgrass W ; Ginsberg A ; Lamantia P ; Atwood M ; Ashbery J ; Hollander J ; Nichol bp ; Kostelanetz R ; Solt ME ; O'Gallagher L ; Stern G ; Schwerner A ; Berrigan T., 1970

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Identifier: CC-37073-38914
Scope and Contents

Most of the poems in this anthology are conventional; only a small number are concrete poems. Gerd Stern's concrete poetic objects are depicted in three illustrations. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1970

Project Art Annexation / De Rook, G.J.; Groh K; Sarenco; Ben; Kostelanetz R; Crozier R., 1970

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Identifier: CC-15642-15970
Scope and Contents

Envelope is addressed to Peter Finch. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1970

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Concrete poetry 43
Critical text 38
Conventional poetry 21
Documentation 17
Visual art 14