Anne Waldman 




Stereo الانجليزية

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Without Stitching Closed the Eye of the Falcon الانجليزية

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Problem-Not-Solving الانجليزية

Corset (Emma Goldman) الانجليزية

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Neuralinguistically : This Is The Writing Dance الانجليزية

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Fossil Fuel الانجليزية

Manatee/Humanity الانجليزية

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Pieces of an Hour الانجليزية

HOLY 21st Century الانجليزية

Anne Waldman 

* 02.04.1945, New York, الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية
يعيش في: New York, الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية

Poet Anne Waldman has been an active member of the “Outrider” experimental poetry community for over 40 years as writer, sprechstimme performer, professor, editor, magpie scholar, infra-structure and cultural/political activist.

Her published work is prodigious and she has concentrated on the long poem as a cultural intervention with such projects as Marriage :A Sentence, Structure of The World Compared to a Bubble, the recent Manatee/Humanity (Penguin Poets 2009) which is a book-length rhizomic meditation on evolution and endangered species, and the 800 page Iovis Trilogy :“Colors In The Mechanism of Concealment”, published by Coffee House press in 2011.

She has also collaborated extensively with a number of artists, musicians, and dancers, most recently artists Pat Steir and Kiki Smith and the theatre director Judith Malina. She has also been working most recently with other media including film and video, with her husband, writer and video/film director Ed Bowes.

Anne Waldman grew up on Macdougal Street in the heart of Greenwich Village where she still lives, and bi-furcated to Boulder, Colorado in 1974 when she co-founded The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics with Allen Ginsberg at Naropa University, the first Buddhist inspired school in the West, where she currently serves as Artistic Director of its celebrated Summer Writing program. During their long friendship and work together, Allen Ginsberg called her his “spiritual wife” and she has spiritedly continued their vision of keeping the world safe for poetry (& everything else!).

She published 40 books and chapbooks of poetry and selected poetic texts such as Outrider which includes an interview with Ernesto Cardenal.

She is editor of The Beat Book (Shambhala Publications) and co-editor of The Angel Hair Anthology (Granary Books), Civil Disobediences: Poetics and Politics in Action (Coffee House) and Beats at Naropa (Coffee House, 2009), with previously unpublished work by Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder, Diane diPrima, Joanne Kyger and William Burroughs, among others.

Her play RED NOIR played two and a half months on off off Broadway in New York City, in 2009/10. She is the co-author of the script of her husband Ed Bowes’s latest movie “Entanglement”. She also performs with her son. musician and composer Ambrose Bye. Their latest CD is “Matching Half” with Akilah Oliver.

Waldman has worked actively for social change, and has been involved with the Rocky Flats Truth Force and was arrested in the 1970s with Daniel Ellsberg & Allen Ginsberg protesting the site of Rocky Flats which was bringing plutonium onto property 10 miles from Boulder for the manufacture of “triggers” for nuclear warheads.

She has been involved with clean-up issues and also with Poets Against the War, organizing protests in New York and Washington, D.C. , and with the Poetry Is News events, co-curated with poet and translator Ammiel Alcalay.

She took a vow at the Berkeley Poetry Conference in 1965 to devote her life to poetry and artistic “community”. She helped found and direct The Poetry Project at St Mark’s Church In-the-Bowery where she worked as first assistant director and then director a decade. She also recently served on the Board of the Bowery Poetry Club, under the guidance of poet Bob Holman, and Issue Project Room in New York City and is on the Friends Committee for the Poetry Project.

Waldman has been a student of Buddhism a number of years, a cultural activist, and an ambassador for the oral revival of poetry, appearing on stages from Berlin to Caracas , from Mumbai to Beijing. Her poetry has been translated into various languages. She is the co-translator of Songs of the Sons & Daughters of Buddha (Shambhala Publications), from the Buddhist Indian tradition of the Therigata. Her extensive historical literary, art and tape Archive resides at the Hatcher Graduate Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

  • Baby Breakdown

    Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1970

  • Life Notes - Selected Poems

    Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1973

  • Fast Speaking Woman and Other Chants

    (revised edition, 1978)

    San Francisco: City Lights, 1975

  • Journals and Dreams

    New York: Stonehill, 1976

  • Skin Meat Bones

    Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 1985

  • Helping the Dreamer

    New and Selected Poems: 1966-1988

    Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 1989

  • lovis: All Is Full of Jove

    Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 1993

  • Fast Speaking Woman

    20th Anniversary Edition

    San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1996

  • Kill or Cure

    (Penguin poets)

    New York: Penguin Books, 1996

  • Iovis II

    Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 1997

  • Marriage: A Sentence

    (Penguin poets)

    New York: Penguin Books, 2000

  • Vow to Poetry: Essays, Interviews, & Manifestos

    Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 2001

  • In the Room of Never Grieve

    New & Selected Poems 1985 – 2003

    Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 2003

  • Structure of the World Compared to a Bubble

    (Penguin poets)

    New York: Penguin Books, 2004

  • Outrider

    Poems, Interviews, Essays

    Albuquerque: La Alameda Press, 2006

  • Red Noir

    (poems, theatre & performance pieces)

    Farfalla, McMillen, Parrish, 2007

  • Manatee/Humanity

    (Penguin poets)

    New York: Penguin Books, 2009

  • The Iovis Trilogy: Colors in the Mechanism of Concealment

    Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 2011

  • 1967 The Dylan Thomas Memorial Award

  • 1969 The Poets Foundation Award

  • 1970 The National Literary Anthology Award

  • 1996 The Poetry Society of America’s Shelley Memorial Award