Authors: Anselm Hollo, Anne Waldman, and Jack Collom
Publisher: Autonomedia (1998)
Poetry and polemics have typically gone in opposite directions—the fine flame of the sonnet, blue cone in orange, versus the raging blazes of oratory. But opposites are alike in every way but one, and when poets have bcome politically aroused, Areopagiticas of language have been ignited (look it up!). Now three poets long associated with the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa in Boulder have joined their linguistic bonfires in a volume of polemical poems. Put a dark glass over your mind's eye and read!