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David Meltzer

(b. 1937)


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(1937–),

New York-born poet identified with the Beat movement of San Francisco. His poems include Ragas (1959), The Process (1965), The Dark Continent (1967), and Tens (1973). He has also written experimental fiction with erotic themes and We All Have Something To Say to Each Other (1962), which includes an essay on Kenneth Patchen and four poems.

Subjects: Literature.


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