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Author Eshleman, Clayton.
Title The price of experience / Clayton Eshleman.
Imprint Boston, MA : Black Widow Press, c2012.
ISBN 9780985612207
OCLC No. 800024039
Description 483 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Contents A note on Carolee Schneemann's Fuses ; The moistinsplendor ; Three New York City stories ; Adhesive love ; A note on Leland Hickman's Tiresias I: 9:B: Great slave lake suite ; The answer man. -- Our journey around the drowned city of is -- Paul Blackburn's parallel voyages ; Apprenticehood ; Leon Golub at Barbara Gladstone ; From Sulfur: noticings 1 ; Call who Ishmael? ; From Sulfur: Noticings 2 ; Vallejo's succulent snack of unity ; From Sulfur: noticing 3 ; A note on Medusa's sources ; The first strophe of Aimé Césaire's Notebook of a return to the native land ; A note on Rodin and Upper Paleolithic cave wall engravings and sculpture ; Soutine impacted ; Daumier moments ; A note on Antinoff's "Spiritual Atheism" ; Adrienne Rich's Telephone ringing in the Labyrinth. -- Lectures on the ice age painted caves of southwestern France ; Approaching the caves ; The Laussel Bas-relief sculptures ; Rouffignac and Combarelles ; Font-de-Gaume ; Lascaux ; Cougnac ; Pech Merle ; Bernifal ; St.-Cirq ; Gargas ; Niaux. -- Spelunking with Clayton: an interview by Jared Demick ; From an interview with Khaled al-Masri ; Jacket #36 interview: CE in conversation with Ian Irvine ; Sulfur & New American Writings: a trialogue ; 20 questions for Robert Kelly ; Letter to the Editors of The American Poetry Review. -- Henri Michaux: Movements [1951] ; Aimé Césaire's lost, found, scattered body ; Glosses on the first 12 poems of Laura Solórzano's Lip Wolf ; Organized Nomadistorms of broken oases ; Erratics ; An anatomy of the night.
Summary "Clayton Eshleman's The Price of Experience-the title comes from "Night Two" of William Blake's The Four Zoas-is a literary anatomy, including two long poems ("The Moistinsplendor" and "An Anatomy of the Night"); three New York City stories; a journal kept during a 1985 trip to Brittany; essays on Paul Blackburn, César Vallejo, Pierre Joris and Aimé Césaire; reviews of works by Lee Hickman, Charles Olson, Chaim Soutine, and Leon Golub; eleven lectures on the Upper Paleolithic painted caves of southwestern France; notes on Carolee Schneemann, aprenticehood, the Medusa, and Rodin; four interviews and a conversation with Robert Kelly; prose poems inspired by the work of Daumier and Laura Solorzano; and "Erratics," a collection of sightings, aphorisms, tiny poems, quotations, gists and piths."--Publisher's website.
Author Eshleman, Clayton.
Series Black Widow Press modern poetry series.
Black Widow Press modern poetry series.

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