Poet Adrienne Rich grew up in Baltimore and attended Radcliffe College. In 1951, the same year of her college graduation, she received the Yale Series of Younger Poets prize for her first book of poetry, A Change of World.
She finished her second book, The Diamond Cutters (1955), early on in her
Pop Shaman, ManWoman is Canada's spiritual gift to the Pop Art Movement. Defender of the sacred symbol the swastika he has dedicated his life and practice to recounting his spiritual awakenings through paintings, prints, poetry and even the creation of musical instruments. His work is owned in multip
PennSound offers the kind of luxury that, soon upon its discovery, feels indispensable. It is a mammoth source of audio recordings – readings, interviews, sound art – both new and preserved, headed by the eminent Charles Bernstein and Al Filreis. The site is inclusive despite its natural tenden
The brainchild of Danny Snelson and Phoebe Springstubb, the young Aphasic Letters produces more interesting work than the vast majority of otherwise like-minded arts and literary institutions. Snelson and Springstubb – whose other endeavors find them wending through the Ontological Hysterical Thea