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A different beat : writings by women of the beat generation, edited by Richard Peabody

Label
A different beat : writings by women of the beat generation
Title
A different beat
Title remainder
writings by women of the beat generation
Statement of responsibility
edited by Richard Peabody
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
An anthology of works by 27 women writers of the beat generation
Member of
Cataloging source
UKV3G
Dewey number
810.809287
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1951-
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Peabody, Richard
Series statement
High risk books
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  • American literature
  • Beats (Persons)
  • American literature
Label
A different beat : writings by women of the beat generation, edited by Richard Peabody
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Carolyn Cassady
  • Piscean Hokusai
  • Moraff to Hokusai
  • Hokusai at home
  • Craft
  • Poetics
  • The way John told it
  • Mary's testament
  • Barbara Moraff
  • George Washington : a dialogue between mother & daughter
  • Daisy
  • "At the acting class"
  • Chinatown
  • Mother's Day
  • Tweeds
  • For my mother
  • "The bridge of all bridges"
  • "The smell of the fish market"
  • "The fog in Washington Square Park"
  • First asparagus of spring
  • Brigid Murnaghan
  • Come winter
  • "Dear God of the bent trees of Fifth Avenue"
  • Ecstacy is a number
  • On seeing an old man die in the street
  • Any little boy wanting to be President
  • St. Margaret stepping from the belly of the dragon
  • Untitled, unnumbered
  • Number 5
  • Thelonius
  • Still life with ketchup
  • Of our time
  • Gesture
  • "Death I'm coming"
  • Margaret Randall
  • Pinpoint
  • Letter three
  • Third generation
  • Sargasso Sea
  • Manhattan as a Japanese print
  • Celebration in Oregon
  • Aphrodite declining
  • McNichols Road, 1951
  • Te Deum
  • "I took the skin of corpses"
  • Laura Ulewicz
  • "Poem to your lean face, leaning down eyes"
  • "Thrumming with it Lord thrumming with it"
  • Poem against endless mass poetry readings
  • Junk (& the old man) changes
  • Poem/exhortation
  • Janine Pommy Vega
  • After "Les fleurs"
  • College under water
  • The blue that reminds me of the boat when she left
  • "I wanted a cunt of golden pleasure"
  • The De Carlo lots
  • How the sestina (yawn) works
  • Anne Waldman
  • from The brink
  • Ruth Weiss
  • "If it weren't for love I'd snooze all day"
  • "The sound now in the street is the echo of a long"
  • "Trust yourself-but not too far"
  • Elise Cowen
  • from The second story man
  • Elise Cowen : a brief memoir of the fifties
  • Leo Skir
  • The quarrel
  • Requiem
  • Minor arcana
  • The window
  • For Zella, painting
  • from Memoirs of a beatnik
  • Diane di Prima
  • Breaking out of D.C. (1959)
  • Mimi Albert
  • Brenda Frazer
  • Farewell poems
  • About my life at that time
  • Postscript
  • Julian
  • The seed
  • Cancer
  • Burning with mist
  • There are no limits to my system
  • Sandra Hochman
  • Tessa's song
  • from Minor characters
  • Joyce Johnson
  • Proximity
  • Poems from Paris
  • Kay Johnson
  • from How I became Hettie Jones
  • Hettie Jones
  • First they slaughtered the angels
  • Love-lust poem
  • Junk/angel
  • Pavane for the white queen
  • Blues for Sister Sally
  • Lenore Kandel
  • from Who wouldn't walk with tigers
  • Eileen Kaufman
  • from You'll be okay
  • Frankie "Edie" Kerouac-Parker
  • from Baby driver
  • from Trainsong
  • Jan Kerouac
  • from Nobody's wife
  • Chant for half the world
  • Joan Haverty Kerouac
  • Tapestry
  • "Waiting again"
  • "They are constructing a craft"
  • "It is lonely"
  • The hunt in the wood : Paolo Uccello
  • Waiting
  • "The persimmons are falling"
  • The pigs for Circe in May
  • Joanne Kyger
  • Etching
  • The ballad of the sad young men
  • "She" (for Hanja)
  • The princess from Flatbush
  • Spring can really hang you up the most
  • It's only a movie
  • Why
  • Homecoming
  • Where the blues begin
  • All that fall (for Ernie)
  • The decline of the west
  • Carol Bergé
  • Fran Landesman
  • Duties of a lady female
  • Sheri Martinelli
  • 1957
  • Sound poem
  • Ocotillo
  • A Chinese painting
  • 7-21-61
  • Wolf poem I
  • Wolf poem II
  • from Off the road : my years with Cassady, Kerouac, and Ginsberg
  • Outside Tucson
  • 30th birthday : haiku
  • A vacancy
  • Hollywood
  • More blessed to give
  • Joanna McClure
  • "And Tom, the existentialiste, drives, off..."
  • You, phoebusapollo
  • Hokusai & Moraff
  • Hokusai got drunk
  • Mimi Albert -- Carol Bergé -- Carolyn Cassady -- Elise Cowen -- Leo Skir -- Diane di Prima -- Brenda Frazer -- Sandra Hochman -- Joyce Johnson -- Hettie Jones -- Lenore Kandel -- Eileen Kaufman -- Frankie "Edie" Kerouac-Parker -- Jan Kerouac -- Joan Haverty Kerouac --- Joanne Kyger -- Fran Landesman -- Sheri Martinelli -- Joanna McClure -- Barbara Moraff -- Brigid Murnaghan -- Margaret Randall -- Laura Ulewicz -- Janine Pommy Vega -- Anne Waldman -- ruth weiss
Control code
59603917
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
x, 235 pages
Isbn
9781852424312
Lccn
96725581
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)59603917
  • 39300200
Label
A different beat : writings by women of the beat generation, edited by Richard Peabody
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Carolyn Cassady
  • Piscean Hokusai
  • Moraff to Hokusai
  • Hokusai at home
  • Craft
  • Poetics
  • The way John told it
  • Mary's testament
  • Barbara Moraff
  • George Washington : a dialogue between mother & daughter
  • Daisy
  • "At the acting class"
  • Chinatown
  • Mother's Day
  • Tweeds
  • For my mother
  • "The bridge of all bridges"
  • "The smell of the fish market"
  • "The fog in Washington Square Park"
  • First asparagus of spring
  • Brigid Murnaghan
  • Come winter
  • "Dear God of the bent trees of Fifth Avenue"
  • Ecstacy is a number
  • On seeing an old man die in the street
  • Any little boy wanting to be President
  • St. Margaret stepping from the belly of the dragon
  • Untitled, unnumbered
  • Number 5
  • Thelonius
  • Still life with ketchup
  • Of our time
  • Gesture
  • "Death I'm coming"
  • Margaret Randall
  • Pinpoint
  • Letter three
  • Third generation
  • Sargasso Sea
  • Manhattan as a Japanese print
  • Celebration in Oregon
  • Aphrodite declining
  • McNichols Road, 1951
  • Te Deum
  • "I took the skin of corpses"
  • Laura Ulewicz
  • "Poem to your lean face, leaning down eyes"
  • "Thrumming with it Lord thrumming with it"
  • Poem against endless mass poetry readings
  • Junk (& the old man) changes
  • Poem/exhortation
  • Janine Pommy Vega
  • After "Les fleurs"
  • College under water
  • The blue that reminds me of the boat when she left
  • "I wanted a cunt of golden pleasure"
  • The De Carlo lots
  • How the sestina (yawn) works
  • Anne Waldman
  • from The brink
  • Ruth Weiss
  • "If it weren't for love I'd snooze all day"
  • "The sound now in the street is the echo of a long"
  • "Trust yourself-but not too far"
  • Elise Cowen
  • from The second story man
  • Elise Cowen : a brief memoir of the fifties
  • Leo Skir
  • The quarrel
  • Requiem
  • Minor arcana
  • The window
  • For Zella, painting
  • from Memoirs of a beatnik
  • Diane di Prima
  • Breaking out of D.C. (1959)
  • Mimi Albert
  • Brenda Frazer
  • Farewell poems
  • About my life at that time
  • Postscript
  • Julian
  • The seed
  • Cancer
  • Burning with mist
  • There are no limits to my system
  • Sandra Hochman
  • Tessa's song
  • from Minor characters
  • Joyce Johnson
  • Proximity
  • Poems from Paris
  • Kay Johnson
  • from How I became Hettie Jones
  • Hettie Jones
  • First they slaughtered the angels
  • Love-lust poem
  • Junk/angel
  • Pavane for the white queen
  • Blues for Sister Sally
  • Lenore Kandel
  • from Who wouldn't walk with tigers
  • Eileen Kaufman
  • from You'll be okay
  • Frankie "Edie" Kerouac-Parker
  • from Baby driver
  • from Trainsong
  • Jan Kerouac
  • from Nobody's wife
  • Chant for half the world
  • Joan Haverty Kerouac
  • Tapestry
  • "Waiting again"
  • "They are constructing a craft"
  • "It is lonely"
  • The hunt in the wood : Paolo Uccello
  • Waiting
  • "The persimmons are falling"
  • The pigs for Circe in May
  • Joanne Kyger
  • Etching
  • The ballad of the sad young men
  • "She" (for Hanja)
  • The princess from Flatbush
  • Spring can really hang you up the most
  • It's only a movie
  • Why
  • Homecoming
  • Where the blues begin
  • All that fall (for Ernie)
  • The decline of the west
  • Carol Bergé
  • Fran Landesman
  • Duties of a lady female
  • Sheri Martinelli
  • 1957
  • Sound poem
  • Ocotillo
  • A Chinese painting
  • 7-21-61
  • Wolf poem I
  • Wolf poem II
  • from Off the road : my years with Cassady, Kerouac, and Ginsberg
  • Outside Tucson
  • 30th birthday : haiku
  • A vacancy
  • Hollywood
  • More blessed to give
  • Joanna McClure
  • "And Tom, the existentialiste, drives, off..."
  • You, phoebusapollo
  • Hokusai & Moraff
  • Hokusai got drunk
  • Mimi Albert -- Carol Bergé -- Carolyn Cassady -- Elise Cowen -- Leo Skir -- Diane di Prima -- Brenda Frazer -- Sandra Hochman -- Joyce Johnson -- Hettie Jones -- Lenore Kandel -- Eileen Kaufman -- Frankie "Edie" Kerouac-Parker -- Jan Kerouac -- Joan Haverty Kerouac --- Joanne Kyger -- Fran Landesman -- Sheri Martinelli -- Joanna McClure -- Barbara Moraff -- Brigid Murnaghan -- Margaret Randall -- Laura Ulewicz -- Janine Pommy Vega -- Anne Waldman -- ruth weiss
Control code
59603917
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
x, 235 pages
Isbn
9781852424312
Lccn
96725581
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)59603917
  • 39300200

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