Poetry and polemics have typically gone in opposite directions -- the fine flame of the sonnet, blue cone in orange, versus the raging blazes of oratory. But opposites are alike in every way but...
A spoken word/poetry collaboration by Lydia Lunch and Exene Cervenka, first published in 1982, when both were at the height of their creative powers. Solitary and intertwining, the voices of Lydia...
The Battle for Free Expression$14.95
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Howl and Other Poems, with nearly 1,000,000 copies in print, City Lights presents the story of editing, publishing, and defending the landmark poem...
Rags, Ballads & Harmonium Songs 1971–1974$16.98
On this CD, recorded in the mid-1970s, Ginsberg accompanies himself on his small Benares hand-pumped harmonium (though on some of these performances, Ginsberg hums and grunts 'riffs' that were part...
Poems by Raegan Butcher$15.00
Second collection of work from Crimethinc's poet laureate. 332 (largely short) poems which run the gamut of incarceration, alienation, hope, despair, and all the barbs that society throws at us....
August, Beirut, 1982$17.95
Using as setting the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon and the shelling of Beirut, Darwish re-creates in this sequence of vivid prose poems the sights and sounds of a city under siege. With fighter...
Illustrated by Jacques Lacomblez. A delirious epic poem of love and revolution: Open All Night always always!
More than performance poetry, spoken word, and/or slam, Daphne Gottlieb lives, and breathes, and expresses.....Titled for the last girl left alive in the classic horror movie, Final Girl...
Like Zephaniahs previous poetry collections, The Little Book Of Vegan Poems is aimed at both children and adults. Zephaniah dedicated this collection of 22 new poems to "the caring dedicated young...
A biography of poet, anarchist, wobbly and pioneer of the Beat movement Kenneth Rexroth and analysis of his work by noted American situationist Ken Knabb. Rexroth lead a fascinating life that wound...