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A secret location on the Lower East Side

adventures in writing, 1960-1980 : a sourcebook of information

by Steven Clay

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  • 16 Currently reading

Published by New York Public Library, Granary Books in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • American poetry -- 20th century -- Bibliography -- Exhibitions,
    • Postmodernism (Literature) -- United States -- Exhibitions,
    • Books -- History -- Exhibitions,
    • Literature publishing -- United States -- Exhibitions,
    • Small presses -- United States -- Exhibitions

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Steven Clay and Rodney Phillips.
      GenreExhibitions.
      ContributionsPhillips, Rodney, 1946-, New York Public Library., Granary Books (Firm), Press Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ1231.P7 C58 1998, PS325 C58 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination342 p. :
      Number of Pages342
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL363772M
      ISBN 101887123199, 1887123202
      LC Control Number98024027

      After quickly becoming a local and international sensation, locations opened up all over Rome. Trapizzino can now also be found in Florence, Milan, Trieste and Turin. The first U.S location is located on New York's historic Lower East Side. Menus.   Hidden Movie Theater. Lower East Side Behind this façade was once a glorious movie theater. Today, the interior isn’t looking so good, but here’s the perfect date night -- .

      A New Yorker’s Insider Guide to the Lower East Side. By Lauren Matison Ap Here’s a secret New Yorkers don’t like to admit: we don’t get out a lot. a space of less than half a square mile located between the Bowery and the East River and Canal and Houston, tells the story of how New York came to be the ethnically rich city. What started out as squatters taking over an abandoned city-owned building at 21 Avenue C on the Lower East Side, later became a successfully run affordable housing : Devin Gannon.

      In its earliest versions, it was called “East Side Story,” and depicted a gang conflict between Jews and Irish Catholics on the Lower East Side. The book for Cole Porter’s musical “Kiss Me Author: Seth Rogovoy.   A swanky Lower East Side nightclub appears to have violated social-distancing rules and hosted a secret “invite-only” party for affluent insiders, a Author: Melkorka Licea.


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Like every Granary book I have ever seen, A Secret Location on The Lower East Side cuts a very stylish look, on the bookshelf, yes, but more so laid sloppily slanty on the coffee table or sofa arm; this is because the front and back covers look like stapled type-written pages, much like you'd find in a poetry magazine of the by: 1.

Based on an acclaimed exhibition at The New York Public Library, A Secret Location on the Lower East Side: Adventures in Writing, offers a glimpse into that Mimeo Revolution, focusing on the small press publishing scene in San Francisco and in downtown New York City/5.

Based on an acclaimed exhibition at The New York Public Library, A Secret Location on the Lower East Side: Adventures in Writing, offers a glimpse into that Mimeo Revolution.

A Secret Location on the Lower East Side: Adventures in Writing,based on an acclaimed exhibition at The New York Public Library, documents a period of intense exploration and experimentation in American writing and literary publishing. Poets & Writers lists readings, workshops, and other literary events held in cities across the country.

Whether you are an author on book tour or the curator of a reading series, the Literary Events Calendar can help you find your audience. InRodney Phillips and I began curating the exhibition, “A Secret Location on the Lower East Side,” which took place at the New York Public Library from January 24 – Jfollowed by a book of the same title published by NYPL and Granary Books.

We had the fond hope to someday significantly broaden our view beyond the New York City / San Francisco / New American Poetry vortex — to. A Secret Location on the Lower East Side: Adventures in Writing, A Sourcebook of Information. by Steven Clay, Rodney Phillips "Genuinely a must-have book." - Ron Silliman With a Pre-Face by Jerome Rothenberg, this book documents and expands upon the acclaimed exhibit at the New York Public Library (January-July, ).

A Secret Location on the Lower East Side Adventures in Writing, A Sourcebook of Information Steven Clay, Rodney Phillips & New York Public Library ()Cited by: 3. "A library is a living organism. I consider my book collection a beneficial and benevolent version of the Burroughsian virus. The books on my shelves are fluid, mutating, multiplying.

After close to twenty years of intense collecting, it has become obvious as I scan the bookshelves that I am no longer strictly a William Burroughs.

A Secret Location on the Lower East Side - Adventures in Writing Clay, Steven and Rodney Phillips. Exhibition catalogue. Wonderful reference of small presses, their publications, various schools of writings and, not exclusively but close, illustrated with ephemeral items; pp.

A Secret Location on the Lower East Side, based on a exhibition at The New York Public Library, documents the confluence of the New American Poetry with the mimeo revolution.

A Secret Location on the Lower East Side: Adventures in Writing by Clay, Steven and Rodney Phillips. New York Public Library and Granary Books, Trade Paperback.

Fine/no jacket. p, illustrations, 23cm tall, octavo. This title is based on a exhibition at the New York Public Library documenting a period of exploration and experimentation in American writing and publishing.

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GRANARY BOOKS A Secret Location On The Lower East Side: Adventures in Writing By Jerome Rothenberg. Contributions by Steven Clay, Rodney Phillips.

A Secret Location on the Lower East Side: Adventures in Writing by. Steven Clay, Too much literary analysisin depth discussion of each novel and biography (which I began skipping halfway through the book)but the biographical material is great." 12 hours, 47 min ago see review/5.

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From Poetics & Polemics (forthcoming): "A Secret Location on the Lower East Side" Pre-Face to Catalogue for New York Public Library Exhibit January Since everyone loves a paradox let me start off with this now familiar one: the mainstream of American poetry, the part by which it has been & will be known, has long been in the margins.

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Here, though, is what most can agree is the indisputable core of the Lower East : Robert Amell. The neighborhood converging at the intersections of Essex Street, Rutgers Street, Canal Street and East Broadway on the Lower East Side — officially called Straus Square** — somehow seems exactly as it might have looked years ago.

Anchored by Seward Park and its beautiful Carnegie library, it retains some of its turn-of-the-century character, while allowing for both Chinese .Can't get enough of Boarwalk Empire, get on down to the lower east side of Manhattan and head down to the subterraneum restaurant, cafe, lounge known as Chloe Pale yellow subway tile, low lighting, secret rooms and clubby banquettes all smell "in crowd".