The Second Set: The Jazz Poetry Anthology, Volume 2

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Indiana University Press, 1996 - 250 páginas

With The Jazz Poetry Anthology, this volume offers a comprehensive exploration of the history of jazz poetry. The Second Set gathers many poets omitted from The Jazz Poetry Anthology, including Gwendolyn Brooks, Arthur Brown, Diane di Prima, Henry Dumas, Nikki Giovanni, David Henderson, Anselm Hollo, Haki Madhubuti, Michael McClure, Larry Neal, Dudley Randall, Eugene B. Redmond, Carolyn M. Rodgers, Ntozake Shange, A. B. Spellman, and Jay Wright. The Second Set fills out the history of jazz poetry with poems written before World War II, as well as those from the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s, and includes contemporary writers from a range of cultural backgrounds, including Ai, Rita Dove, Yusef Komunyakaa, Martín Espada, Joy Harjo, Keorapetse Kgositsile, Michael Longley, Mwatabu Okantah, Charles Simic, Lorenzo Thomas, Derek Walcott, Ron Welburn, and Yevgeny Yevtushenko.

Embracing a wide variety of poems informed by jazz, The Second Set also includes statements of poetics by many of the poets anthologized.

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Contenido

Ai Archangel
1
Houston A Baker Jr Tobacco Warehouse Blues
7
Arthur Brown The Assassination of Charlie Parker
20
Michael Castro Blew It
26
Stanley Crouch The Revelation
32
Robert Dana
38
Mark Doty
44
James A Emanuel
51
Rick Madigan Curtis Fuller
125
Thomas McGrath Guiffres Nightmusic
131
1182
137
Ernst Moerman
139
Mwatabu Okantah
148
Dudley Randall
156
Bunk Johnson Blouring
163
Lorenzo Thomas Historiography
169

Sascha Feinstein
58
After the War When Coltrane Only Wanted
64
Sam Greenlee Memorial for Trane
65
Joe Heithaus What a Little Moonlight Can Do
72
Edward Hirsch Art Pepper
82
T R Hummer Poem in the Shape of a Saxophone
89
David Jauss After the End of the World
99
Allison Joseph My Fathers Heroes
105
Keorapetse Kgositsile Acknowledgement
109
Vachel Lindsay The Jazz of This Hotel
115
Derek Walcott Blues
176
David Wojahn John Berryman Listening to Robert Johnsons
185
Al Young Dance of the Infidels
191
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES AND STATEMENTS OF POETICS
197
Nikki Giovanni
211
MUSIC APPENDIX
237
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
243
A B Spellman
249
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SASCHA FEINSTEIN teaches creative writing and literature at Lycoming College. He is the author of Jazz Poetry: From the 1920s to the Present and A Bibliographic Guide to Jazz Poetry. His poems and essays have appeared in Southern Review, New England Review, and North American Review. YUSEF KOMUNYAKAA, Professor of Creative Writing at Princeton University, has published nine books of poetry: Copacetic, I Apologize for the Eyes in My Head, Dien Cai Dau, Magic City, and Neon Vernacular (winner of the Pulitzer Prize).

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