Loving Without Being Vulnrabul
Besorgung - Lieferbarkeit unbestimmt
BeschreibungPoems that tell stories on many different levels: through sound, visual images, political insights, non-narrative fusion and linguistic music.
Portraitbill bissett originalee from lunaria ovr 300 yeers ago in lunarian timesent by shuttul thru halifax nova scotia originalee wantid 2b dansr n figur skatr became a poet n paintr in my longingsafter 12 operaysyuns reelee preventid me from following thinishul direksyuns--bill bissett bill bissett garnered international attention in the 1960s as a pre-eminent figure of the counterculture movement in Canada and the United Kingdom. In 1964, he founded blewointment press, which published the works of bpNichol and Steve McCaffery, among others. bissett's charged readings, which never fail to amaze his audiences, incorporate sound poetry, chanting and singing, the verve of which is only matched by his prolific writing career--more than seventy books of bissett's poetry have been published. A pioneer of sound, visual and performance poetry--eschewing the artificial hierarchies of meaning and the privileging of things ("proper" nouns) over actions imposed on language by capital letters; the metric limitations imposed on the possibilities of expression by punctuation; and the illusion of formal transparency imposed on the written word by standard (rather than phonetic) spelling--bissett composes his poems as scripts for pure performance and has consistently worked to extend the boundaries of language and visual image, honing a synthesis of the two in the medium of concrete poetry. Whether paying tribute to his hometown lunaria or exercising his native tongue dissent, bissett continues to dance upon upon the cutting edge of poetics and performance works. bill bissett was recently a featured poet on the "Heart of a Poet" series, produced in conjunction with Bravo! TV. Among bissett's many awards are The George Woodcock Lifetime Achievement Award (2007); BC Book Prizes Dorothy Livesay Prize (2003) "peter among th towring boxes / text bites"; BC Book Prizes Dorothy Livesay Prize (1993) "inkorrect thots."
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1997
Seitenanzahl: 144 Seiten