San Francisco Beat: Talking with the Poets

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San Francisco Beat is an essential archive of the Beat Generation, a rich moment in a fortunate place. America, somnolent, conformist, and paranoid in the 1950s, was changed forever by a handful of people who refused an existence of drudgery and enterprise, opting instead for a life of personal, spiritual, and artistic adventure. In these intimate, free-wheeling conversations, a baker's dozen of the poets of San Francisco talk about the scene then and now, the traditions of poetry, and about anarchism, globalism, Zen, the Bomb, the Kabbalah, and the Internet.

Diane di Prima, William Everson, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Jack Hirschman, Joanne Kyger, Philip Lamantia, Michael McClure, David Meltzer, Jack Micheline, Kenneth Rexroth, Gary Snyder, Lew Welch, Philip Whalen

". . .as we begin to slip into a national slumber somewhat akin to that of the Eisenhower years, it’s exhilarating to have this squall line of Beats pass through our consciousness." —Kirkus Reviews

". . .fierce engagement executed with humor and vernacular sensitivity." — Dale Smith, Austin Chronicle

David Meltzer (1937-2016) was the author of many books of poetry, including Tens, The Name, Arrows: Selected Poetry 1957-1992, and Two-Way Mirror (City Lights). He was the editor of Birth, The Secret Garden, Reading Jazz, and Writing Jazz, among other collections. His agit-smut fictions include The Agency Trilogy. Meltzer read poetry at the Jazz Cellar in the 1950s and in the 1960s fronted the band, "Serpent Power."


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Meltzer, a poet who's maintained the edge he sharpened fighting conformity back in the heady days of the Beats, carries the battle forward in this engrossing volume of in-depth interviews with such fellow travelers as Gary Snyder and Philip Whalen, who have thrived over the decades and become tremendously influential poets and spiritual leaders. The true legacy of the Beat era was the entwining of art with social awareness and spiritual quests, and the resonance from this brief but indelible revolution is felt in both Meltzer's vintage and recent interviews. His 1969 encounters with the late great poets William Everson, Kenneth Rexroth, and Lew Welch capture the intensity and probity of that inspired time and are invaluable works of oral history, as are the striking juxtapositions between Meltzer's past and present discussions with the still radical and thrilling Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Michael McClure. Eloquent and knowledgeable, these poets and others, including Diane di Prima and Joanne Kyger, speak creatively and ardently about things that matter: poetry, music, war, capitalism, ecology, religion, philosophy, justice, liberty, and love. Donna Seaman
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