Voznesenskiĭ, Andreĭ, 1933-2010
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Describes the experiences of Andrei Voznesensky as a poet in residence at the University of Pennsylvania in 1991. During that stay, Voznesensky visited the Sackner Archive one Sunday morning after a poetry reading in Miami. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
Marrahwanna Quarterly: Shit. No.2 / da levy, editor ; Voznesensky A ; Kupferberg T ; Blazek D ; Cornillon J ; Szabo M ; Harris M ; Richmond S ; levy da ; Taylor K ; Taylor K., 1964 - 1965
The theme of this issue is mainly scatologic. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
No.59: Poetry / Am Here Books ; Thomas D ; Vangelisti P ; Voznesensky A ; Wagner Dr ; Was E ; Wheatley D ; Williams J ; Yevtushenko Y ; Zukofsky L ; Furnival J ; Zurbrugg N ; Young K., 1992
No.99: Books T-V / Am Here Books ; Tarn N ; Taylor K ; Thomas D ; Turnbull G ; Vostell W ; Voznesensky A., 1995
Poor Old Tired Horse. No.5 / Ian Hamilton Finlay, editor ; Voznesensky A ; cummings ee ; Riddell A ; Brown P ; Schwerner A ; Arp H ; Neruda P ; Enslin T ; Malone M ; McNeish A., 1961 - 1967
Note that the duplicate copy does not have the inserted broadside. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
The Sackner Archive also holds an unsigned copy of the book. Both covers depict the same photographic portrait of the poet but the shading and cropping differ. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
The transliterated name Andrej Voznesenskij that appears in this book is not used for author designation. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.
Topolski's Chronicle: International Poetry at tht Royal Albert Hall London. No.5-6 / Alexander Trocchi, editor ; Ferlinghetti L ; Horovitz M ; Morgan E ; Brown P ; Mitchell A ; Smith St ; Jandl E ; Ginsberg A ; Lucie-Smith E ; Voznesensky A ; Corso G ; Hollo A ; Neruda P ; Trocchi A., 1965
This issue consists of lithographed reproductions of poems read on June 11, 1965 at the Royal Albert Hall that Trocchi described as a "Happening" because of the unexpected crowd that attended an avant-garde event in a conservative place. Topolski contributed charcoal sketches of the participants. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.