Category Archives: William Carlos Williams

Roundup of Recent “New York School of Poetry” News and Links (5/16/18)

Here’s the latest roundup of recent links, new publications, and news related to the New York School of poets.  (For my most recent roundup, see here). – They Knew What They Wanted, the gorgeous new collection of John Ashbery’s collages … Continue reading

Posted in Alex Katz, Alice Notley, Andy Warhol, Anne Waldman, Bernadette Mayer, collaboration, David Shapiro, Frank O'Hara, Gerard Malanga, Interview, Jane Freilicher, Jim Carroll, Jim Jarmusch, Joe Brainard, John Ashbery, John Wieners, John Yau, Joseph Lease, Kenneth Koch, Laurie Anderson, Lou Reed, NY School Influence, Patti Smith, Paul Violi, Poems, Poetry Project at St. Marks, Ron Padgett, Roundup, Velvet Underground, Visual Art, William Carlos Williams | 2 Comments

Roundup of Recent “New York School of Poetry” News and Links (4/2/18)

Here’s the latest roundup of recent links, new publications, and news related to the New York School of poets.  (For my most recent roundup, see here). — Jeremy Noel-Tod reviews Karin Roffman’s biography of John Ashbery’s early years and reflects … Continue reading

Posted in Aime Cesaire, Allen Ginsberg, Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones), Book Review, Charles North, Criticism, Douglas Crase, Eileen Myles, Elizabeth BIshop, Interview, Jack Spicer, James Schuyler, Joe Brainard, John Ashbery, John Koethe, John Yau, Kenward Elmslie, Kevin Killian, Music, NY School Influence, Patti Smith, Peter Gizzi, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Roundup, Ted Berrigan, Uncategorized, Visual Art, Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams | 3 Comments

Kenneth Koch on His Bad Teenage Poetry, His Influences, and Teaching Poetry to Children

In his groundbreaking books Wishes, Lies, and Dreams and Rose, Where Did You Get that Red?, Kenneth Koch laid out a set of creative and inspiring ideas about teaching children how to write poetry that continue to serve as an invaluable resource for teachers and … Continue reading

Posted in Kenneth Koch, Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams

“This is Just To Say,” Twitter, and Kenneth Koch’s WCW Parody

  The website Jezebel, of all places, recently posted an interesting item about the afterlife of William Carlos Williams’s famous poem “This is Just to Say” — especially as it has been reworked and spoofed on Twitter in recent years. The … Continue reading

Posted in Influences on the NY School, Kenneth Koch, Uncategorized, William Carlos Williams | 1 Comment