A Welcome New Selection of Cid Corman’s Poetry

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  1. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison March 21, 2008 at 10:49 pm .

    Hello, Bill—<BR/><BR/>Back in 1990 The Lapis Press did a beautiful 2-volume edition of Corman’s translations (I recognized many of them as such, at least, although nowhere are they <I>called</I> translations): the first volume is 750 pages, the second 760. And there were 2 <I>more</I> volumes in manuscript, a selection of which is included in <I>The Next One Thousand Years</I>. Here’s one of my

  2. Bill Knott
    Bill Knott March 21, 2008 at 9:05 pm .

    Silliman had a squib on his blog comparing Corman with Creeley to the detriment of the former, which I wished reading it he had elaborated upon . . . I would love to have Corman’s Collected Translations, and maybe a 60-page Selected Poems …

  3. Reginald Shepherd
    Reginald Shepherd March 13, 2008 at 6:56 pm .

    Hi Joseph,<BR/><BR/>I hope that you are doing well. I have been incredibly sick the past couple of weeks, mostly the flu and new chemo side effects, but am slowly recovering, knock on wood.<BR/><BR/>Thanks for this post about the new Cid Corman selected poems volume, of which I had not heard. I saw him read at my undergraduate colllege many a year ago; I didn’t know that he had died.<BR/><BR/>I

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