Language poets
The Affordable House Band performing the Alex Lord and Ollie Sykes number The Ordinary Language Poets at the Civic Design Christmas Social at Bumper, Hardman...
Castalian Band
The Castalian Band is a modern name given to a supposed grouping of Scottish Jacobean poets, or makars, which is said to have flourished between the 1580s and early 1590s in the court of James VI and ...
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Objectivist poets
The Objectivist poets were a loose-knit group of second-generation Modernists who emerged in the 1930s. They were mainly American and were influenced by, amongst others, Ezra Pound and William Carlos ...
Ottoman poetry
The poetry of the Ottoman Empire, or Ottoman Divan poetry, is fairly little known outside of modern Turkey, which forms the heartland of what was once the Ottoman Empire. It is, however, a rich and an...
L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E (magazine)
L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E was an avant garde poetry magazine edited by Charles Bernstein and Bruce Andrews that ran thirteen issues from 1978 to 1981. Along with This (journal), it is the magazine most often re...
Annex Press
ANNEX PRESS is an experimental small press founded in 1973 by Julian Kabza, aka Tod Kabza, writer, publisher, editor, visual artist. In the 1970s and 80's, Annex published work of new music documentat...
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David Melnick
David Melnick (born in 1938) is an American poet. Melnick has written four books of poetry to date: Eclogs (1972); PCOET (1975); Men in Aida, Book One (1983), and A Pin's Fee.Melnick is commonly regar...
Biker poetry
Biker poetry is a movement of poetry that grew out of the predominantly American lifestyle of the Biker and Motorcycle clubs following World War II.
Poets such as Hunter S. Thompson are credited ...
Jill Alexander Essbaum
Jill Alexander Essbaum (born 1971 in Bay City, Texas) is an American poet, writer, and professor. Her most recent collections are the full-length manuscripts Harlot (No Tell Motel, 2007) and Necropol...
John Cournos
John Cournos, born Ivan Grigorievich Korshun (Иван Григорьевич Коршун; he himself used the form Johann Gregorevich for his original name) (6 March 1881 – 27 August 1966), was a writer and translator o...
T. E. Hulme
Thomas Ernest Hulme (/hjuːm/; 16 September 1883 – 28 September 1917) was an English critic and poet who, through his writings on art, literature and politics, had a notable influence upon modern...
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Danrin school
The Danrin school is a school of haikai poetry founded by the poet Nishiyama Sōin (1605 to 1682). The name literally means 'talkative forest'. It aimed to move away from the serious 'bookishness' popu...
P. Inman
Peter Inman (writing as P. Inman) is an American poet who was born in 1947 and raised on Long Island. He is a graduate of Georgetown University. Since 1980 he has worked at the Library of Congress, wh...
Dietmar Kirves
Dietmar Kirves (born 1941 in Fürstenwalde, Germany).
Since 1964 he works in the field of mixed media works with film, photos, music, sculptures and environments. In 1970 he created the mediacontac...
Fanny Howe
Fanny Howe (born October 15, 1940 in Buffalo, New York) is an American poet, novelist, and short story writer. She has written many novels in prose collection. Howe was awarded the 2009 Ruth Lilly Poe...
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William Fowler (makar)
William Fowler (c. 1560–1612) was a Scottish poet, writer, courtier, and translator, active from 1581 to 1612.He was the son of Janet Fockhart and William Fowler, a well connected Edinburgh burgess. H...
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Graveyard poets
The "Graveyard Poets", also termed “Churchyard Poets” or "the Boneyard Boys” were a number of pre-Romantic English poets of the 18th century characterised by their gloomy meditations on mortality, '...
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Sepid Persian Poetry
Sepid poetry (sepid, "white") or "White Poetry" is a free verse movement of Modern Persian poetry that departs from Classical Persian prosody and adopts "new content, viewpoint, and diction". Ahmad Sh...
Alexander Hume
Alexander Hume (c. 1560 – 4 December 1609) was a Scottish poet.The son of Patrick, 5th Lord Polwarth, he was educated at the University of St. Andrews and on the Continent. He was originally destined ...
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Australiana (single)
"Australiana" is a spoken-word comedy single by Austen Tayshus, written by Billy Birmingham and recorded live at The Comedy Store, Sydney, in 1983. It was only available on 12″. It is Australia'...
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The Fenyeit Freir of Tungland
The Fenyeit Freir of Tungland, also known more fully as Ane Ballat of the Fenyeit Frier of Tungland, How He Fell in the Myre Fleand to Turkiland. is a comic, satirical poem in Scots by William Dunbar ...
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Haptic poetry
Haptic poetry, like visual poetry and sound poetry, is a liminal art form combining characteristics of typography and sculpture to create objects not only to be seen, but to be touched and manipulated...