Fb2 Kenneth Patchen: Rebel Poet in America ePub
by Larry R. Smith
|Author:||Larry R. Smith|
|Publisher:||Bottom Dog Pr; 1st edition (April 4, 2000)|
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Kenneth Patchen: Rebel Poet in America. Kenneth Patchen (Literary biography) Twayne Series, . Hall Publishers, 1978.
Kenneth Patchen: Rebel Poet in America. A Consortium of Small Presses, 2000/ Rev. 2012. Two docu-drama video programs, written, co-directed and co-produced with Tom Koba; funded through Ohio Humanities Council and Ohio Arts Council: James Wright's Ohio (30 minutes, 1986–1987). Kenneth Patchen: An Art of Engagement (30 and 45 minutes, 1987–1988).
However, a few scholars have published critical books on Patchen, including Raymond Nelson, Herbert P. Hogue, and Larry R. Smith
On January 21, 2008, El Records released the record Rebel Poets in America, which included poetry readings with jazz accompaniment by both Patchen and Lawrence Ferlinghetti, including such Patchen classics as "The Murder of Two Men by a Young Kid Wearing Lemon Colored Gloves" and "I Went to the City. However, a few scholars have published critical books on Patchen, including Raymond Nelson, Herbert P. Smith.
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Kenneth Patchen (1911-1972) was a poet, novelist, artist, performer of poetry-jazz in the tradition of engaged writing which he helped forge in America. Producing a book a year during his writing life, his work and life stand as a huge exposed girder in the structure of American culture and art. His friendships with such writers as James Laughlin, Henry Miller, E. E. Cummings, Muriel Rukeyser, Amos Wilder, Dylan Thomas, Lewis Mumford, Kenneth Rexroth, David Dellinger, Jonathan Williams, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti place him at the center of dissident writing in America.
Larry Smith is the author of the biography Kenneth Patchen: Rebel Poet of America as well as the scriptwriter for a film about . Larry Smith: I discovered Kenneth Patchen as a college sophomore in a survey of American Lit course.
Larry Smith is the author of the biography Kenneth Patchen: Rebel Poet of America as well as the scriptwriter for a film about Patchen that was broadcast on PBS, Kenneth Patchen: Poet of Engagement. He is the author of eight books of poetry and professor of literature at Bowling Green State College in Ohio for forty years. He is the director of publishing for Bottom Dog Press, which has published a book of Patchen’s love poems.
Patchen's early books of poetry were his most political and caused him to be championed, early on, as a Proletariat Poet. Kenneth Patchen: Rebel poet in America. Huron, OH: Bottom Dog Press, 2000. This title, which Patchen rejected, never stuck, since his work varied widely in subject, style, and form. As his career progressed, Patchen continued to push himself into more and more experimental styles and forms, developing, along with writers like Langston Hughes and Kenneth Rexroth, what came to be known as jazz poetry. Huron, Ohio: Bottom Dog Press, 2000.
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Larry Rae Smith, American English and humanities educator. Kenneth Patchen (1911-1972) was a poet, novelist, artist, performer of poetry-jazz in the tradition of engaged writing which he helped forge in America. Recipient citation Ohioana Association/Ohio Libs. Board of directors Firelands United Campuses to Prevent Nuclear War, since 1987. Member Poets and Writers In. Firelands Writing Center (board directors), Voices for Peace.
Kenneth Patchen, Rebel Poet in America. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780933087590 (978-33087-59-0) Softcover, Bottom Dog Pr, 2000. Larry R Smith at LibraryThing.