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Author: Hannah Weiner

Hannah Weiner's influence extends from the sixties New York avant-garde, where she was part of an unprecedented confluence of poets, performance and visual artists including Phillip Glass, Andy Warhol, Carolee Schneeman, John Perrault, David Antin, and Bernadette Mayer. Like fellow-traveler Jackson Mac Low, she became an important part of the Language movement of the 70s and 80s, and her influence can be seen today in the so-called "New Narrative" work stemming from the San Francisco Bay Area.

Hannah Weiner's Open House
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Hannah Weiner's Open House

Kenning Editions

Poetry. "HANNAH WEINER'S OPEN HOUSE beckons us into a realm of poetry that bends consciousness in order to open the doors of perception. Weiner is one of the great American linguistic inventors of the last thirty years of the 20th century. She creat...

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Page
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Page

Roof Books

Poetry. Hannah Weiner's PAGE is the final, major, unpublished work of the notorious, clairvoyant poet who died in New York 1997. Completed in 1990, Page uses Weiner's combination of family, TV cartoon, and high-art diction to weave a unique view of ...

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We Speak Silent
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We Speak Silent

Roof Books

Poetry. Hannah Weiner is the author of numerous books of poetry and prose in a publishing career dating from the mid-60's. From The Code Poems (1968), her work displayed language-like signal flags waved from ships at sea. With the publication of Cla...

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