7 edition of Hannah Weiner"s Open House found in the catalog.
March 1, 2006
by Kenning Editions
|Contributions||Patrick F. Durgin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||178|
Hannah Weiner, ed. Patrick Durgin | Hannah Weiner’s Open House | Kenning Editions | Not much to add to what oft’s been thought and mostly already been said about this needed book. A phenomenal display of Weiner’s talent and capability. Surely everyone should have read this by now, or else you’re the most unhip gluon. Creative strategist in Boston. Working with words, design, community, etc.
Hannah Adelle Weiner was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and died in Manhattan, New York. She was a member of the "language-centered" group of writers. Author's Timeline: (Unknown) County Hannah Weiner was born Hannah Adelle Finegold in Providence, Rhode Island, in New York County Hannah Weiner died in Manhattan, New York, in. Hannah Weiner’s poetry captures language where it happens, by listening or looking. With her roots in the s avant-garde of New York, she thus transformed the ways language appears. Her art could be called poetry or lyrics; her works are as much performances as images. Hannah Weiner was born in Providence, Rhode Island, in
Hannah Weiner reads The Clairvoyant Journal on Public Access Poetry, Dec. 29, Reading with her are Sharron Mattlin and Peggy De Coursey. Courtesy the Poetry Project. Hannah Weiner burned all her documentation and became a clairvoyant poet. (8) ’s Little Books / Indians lived quite literally by its name. The “large-sheet” poems were organized into “little books,” while the sentences were more often cut short so as to resemble verse. Weiner’s interest in the AIM became the focus of the ideological.
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HANNAH WEINER'S OPEN HOUSE provides the only single volume introduction to the full range of Weiner's vibrant, enthralling, and unique contribution to the poetry of the Americas. --Charles Bernstein HANNAH WEINER'S OPEN HOUSE, edited by Patrick Durgin, is one of the most lovingly assembled and attractively designed selected works collections I have ever by: 1.
"HANNAH WEINER'S OPEN HOUSE beckons us into a realm of poetry that bends consciousness in order to open the doors of perception. Weiner is one of the great American linguistic inventors of the last thirty years of the 20th century/5. By Hannah Weiner - Hannah Weiner's Open House (12/16/05) [Hannah Weiner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
HANNAH WEINER’S OPEN HOUSE aims to remedy this with previously uncollected (and mostly never-published) work, including performance texts, early New York School influenced lyric poems, odes and remembrances to / of Mac Low and Ted Berrigan, and later “clair-style” works.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Poems. The manuscripts of these poems are located in the Archive for New Poetry, Mandeville Special Collections Library, University of California, San Diego. Hannah Weiner, Hannah Weiner's Open House. Edited by Patrick F. Durgin. Ypsilanti, MI: Kenning Editions, pp.
$ The first, if not quite the earliest, text reproduced in this highly instructive selected works is an invitation from the Gain Ground gallery to one of Weiner's early performances ("HANNAH WEINER AT HER JOB," undated, though probably or '71). Patrick Durgin's Hannah Weiner's Open House: The Poetry Project Performance Patrick Durgin, poet and and publisher of Kenning Editions, recently released Open House (), a selection of the poems of Hannah Weiner, an experimental poet whose work has become one of the bridges between New York School and Language Poetry, and then took her work on the road, as in the above Author: Philip Metres.
The gathering of poets, artists, friends, acolytes and scholars of Weiner’s work came about around the recent publication of Hannah Weiner’s Open House, a selection of Weiner’s work edited, introduced, designed and published by Patrick Durgin through his distinguished Kenning Editions ().
The invitation to Hannah Weiner's Open House, the eponymous performance/be-in, Read More. Hannah Weiner's Open House by Hannah Weiner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In the s, she began to compose poems (her “clairvoyant poems”) based on the words she saw on her forehead and other ing the work Hannah Weiner’s Open House () in the Boston Review, poet and critic Joyelle McSweeney noted that Wiener’s work “continually tests and knocks against the visual boundaries of text as it attempts to create an audial-visionary experience no.
Hannah Weiner’s Open House aims to remedy this with previously uncollected (and mostly never-published) work, including performance texts, early New York School influenced lyric poems, odes and remembrances to / of Mac Low and Ted Berrigan, and later “clair-style” works.
Hannah Weiner's Open House by Hannah Weiner and Patrick F. Durgin, Kenning Editions, “HANNAH WEINER'S OPEN HOUSE beckons us into a realm of poetry that bends consciousness in order to open the doors of perception. Weiner is one of the great American linguistic inventors of the last thirty years of the 20th century.
REVIEWS Hannah Weiner, Hannah Weiner’s Open House. Edited by Patrick F. Durgin. Ypsilanti, MI: Kenning Editions, pp. $ The ﬁrst, if not quite the earliest, text reproduced in this highly instruc-tive selected works is an invitation from the Gain Ground gallery to one of.
Carollee Schneemann on Weiner; Ira Joel Haber on Weiner and the Max's poster (with images of his and Weiner's own version); Patrick Durgin, BIG SENSIBLE, introductory remarks on Hannah Weiner's Clairvoyant Journal (Jacket 2, ) Patrcik Durgin, "New Life Writing" (Jacket2, )Thom Donvan, Hannah Weiner and Intense Autobiography (Jacket2, ) Joyelle McSweeney, "What Hannah Weiner.
Hannah Weiner’s Open House is the latest of these efforts, a labor of love on the part of Kenning Editions editor Patrick Durgin and poet-critic Charles Bernstein, Weiner’s close friend and executor who encouraged Durgin to take up this and earlier projects working with Weiner’s archival materials and published texts.
For this new volume Durgin has assembled press releases, artist statements, early. Perhaps the most shocking revelation in Hannah Weiner’s Open House, out this past spring from Kenning Editions, comes in the very last sentence of Patrick F.
Durgin’s excellent introduction. It’s not the fact of just how many of Weiner’s books are out of print, nor how lucid & unpsychotic Weiner’s pre-“clairvoyant” writing is, nor even how lucid & unpsychotic some of her later.
Hannah Weiner on PennSound Daily. Ma "Hannah Weiner: Segue Series Reading at the Ear Inn, " Novem "A Celebration of Hannah Weiner's Open House" August 8, "Patrick F. Durgin on Mad River Anthology" These sound recordings are being made available for noncommercial and educational use only.
The Book Of Revelations, opened. By permission of Charles Bernstein for Hannah Weiner in trust. The syncopal nature of the notebook reminds us, too, of another of its conditions.
The Book Of Revelations is a limit case of translation — a translation without an original, a text transmitted from an unnameable source that can never be recovered. Abstract. Hannah Weiner’s performance of Clairvoyant Journal on Public Access Poetry and Dora García’s Hearing Voices Café question normative linguistic performance and the boundaries of individual Weiner and García stage linguistic disruptions of the clean separations between inside and outside, sanity and insanity, rationality and irrationality, and singularity and Author: Andrew McEwan.Marjorie Strider worked with Hannah Weiner and John Perreault on “Street Works” ().
Weiner wrote two poems for Strider. (Reprinted from Hannah Weiener's Open House, ed. Patrick Durgin.). FLOWERS: MARJORIE STRIDER. Connecticut: hills and shadows winding over the you can’t see.Hannah Weiner's Open House(1st Edition) by Hannah Weiner, Patrick F.
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