Poetry. Richard Blevins, well-known editor of the CHARLES OLSON-ROBERT CREELEY LETTERS and former publisher of Zelot Press/Clarel Editions, has a long track-record of distinguished books and chapbooks ranging from COURT OF HALF-KING (1980) to CLAREL'S MOTEL (1987) to LONGPLAYING (1994). He is also the editor of George F. Butterick's COLLECTED EARLY POEMS. A professor of English at University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, his essays on poetry and poetics have appeared in SAGETRIEB, TALISMAN, and POETICS JOURNAL, among others. Low in the seat of my car in your street/ I doze, below the snapbrim horizon, // the dream of not having to/ make love with our shoes on. (Poem Noire) Perfectbound chapbook. Also available as part of an 8 book set for $21. Please see listing under Jensen/Daniels set.
Rich Blevins writes the long poem in the tradition of Pound, H.D, and Duncan. His books include NAKED NOAH (Spuyten Duyvil, 2014), CAPTIVITY NARRATIVES (Meeting Eyes Bindery, 2009), and with co-author Tod Thilleman, BREATHING BOLANO: BREATHING BY TOD THILLEMAN & FROM CORRIDO OF BOLANO by Richard Blevins (Spuyten Duyvil, 2009). He followed George Butterick as the editor of the Charles Olson/Robert Creeley correspondence. He is an emeritus professor of the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg.Author City: GREENSBURG, PA USA