Category Archives: collaboration

John Latta on the Kenneth Koch-Frank O’Hara poems in Semi-Colon

John Latta does us a valuable service on his always interesting blog, Isola di Rifiuti, by posting and commenting on several fugitive, little-known New York School poems that appeared in the mid-1950s in the little four-page broadside called Semi-Colon, edited by John Bernard Myers … Continue reading

Posted in collaboration, Fairfield Porter, Frank O'Hara, John Bernard Myers, Kenneth Koch, Poems

Collaboration and New York School poetry — a new essay collection

If you are interested in the phenomenon of literary and artistic collaboration — both within New York School aesthetics and more broadly — you’re in luck.  A valuable new collection of essays called New York School Collaborations: The Color of Vowels has just … Continue reading

Posted in Books, collaboration, Criticism, Uncategorized

Ted Berrigan and Anne Waldman reading “Memorial Day,” c. 1973

This rare video of Ted Berrigan and Anne Waldman reading their long collaborative poem “Memorial Day” in 1973 was just published yesterday on the Smithsonian’s youtube channel (perhaps in honor of the holiday just passed).  It’s great to have it … Continue reading

Posted in Anne Waldman, collaboration, Ted Berrigan, Video