Poetry. "LOST AND FOUND is a read-this-&-change-your-life experience: the first great poetic work to emerge from the trauma of September 11. Imagine Frank O'Hara channeling Theodor Adorno with more than a little Marcel Duchamp to modulate the static into a whitenoise reverb feedback loop. It is, in fact, just like that & completely different: three radical works that test our limits as readers & as people. Michael Gottlieb's masterwork is one terrific book"—Ron Silliman.
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Michael Gottlieb is the author of nineteen books including most recently, WHAT WE DO: ESSAYS FOR POETS (Chax Press, 2016), I HAD EVERY INTENTION (Faux Press, 2014), DEAR ALL (Roof Books, 2013), and MEMOIR AND ESSAY (Faux Press, 2010), the authoritative recounting of the early days of the Language school. He was one of the editors of Roof, the foundational 1970s and 80s poetry magazine. A number of his works have been adopted for the stage, including his definitive 9/11 poem, The Dust, hailed by Ron Silliman as one of the "five greatest Language poems." The Dust was staged by Fiona Templeton an company at the Poetry Project at St. Marks on the tenth anniversary of 9/11.Author City: VICTORIA, TX USA