All Poets Welcome: The Lower East Side Poetry Scene in the 1960s

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The section of chapter 3 relating to Ed Sanders and Fuck You / a magazine of the arts was previously published in a slightly different form in Arshile: A Magazine of the Arts 11 (1999): 82–111. Reprinted by permission.

Grateful acknowledgment is made for permission to print or reproduce material from the following sources:


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Vito Acconci, letter to Clayton Eshleman, March 26, 1969, from the Clayton Eshleman Archives, Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, Fales Library, New York University. Reproduced by permission of Vito Acconci.

Bruce Andrews, personal interview at Andrews’s home, May 10, 1999.

John Ashbery, personal interview at Ashbery’s home, February 1999.

Bill Berkson, e-mail to the author. February 21, 1999.

Charles Bernstein, personal interview at Bernstein’s home, March 15, 1999.

Ted Berrigan, Untitled poem, from Poets at Le Metro 7 (1963). “Homage to Jim Brodey,” from Poets at Le Metro 8 (1963). Diary entries dated December 4, 1962, December 18, 1962, February 22, 1963, March 14, 1963, April 13, 1963, April 28, 1963, May 1963, May 19, 1963, June 9, 1963, August 6, 1963, September 13, 1963, April 8, 1964, and April 1965, from the Ted Berrigan Papers, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University. All reproduced by permission of Alice Notley, Literary Executrix of the Estate of Ted Berrigan. Letters to Sandy Alper Berrigan dated March 6, 1962, March 17, 1962, March 19, 1962, March 20, 1962, March 26, 1962, and August 1963, from the Ted Berrigan Papers, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University. Reproduced by permission of Sandy Alper Berrigan.

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