Synopses & Reviews
"A syncopated web that includes the personal within the metaphysical and the environmental, tying the individual's story to the story of the survival of the planet . . . she can also be funny, brave, and care very deeply about all our futures."--Village Voice Literary Supplement
Poetry. "Anne Waldman is a poet orator, her body is an instrument for vocalization, her voice a trembling flame rising out of a strong body, her texts the accurate energetic fine notations of words with spoken music latent in mindful arrangement on the page"-Allen Ginsberg.
About the Author
Anne Waldman, poet, professor, performer, and cultural activist is the author of over 40 books and small press editions of poetry and poetics, including most recently Manatee/Humanity and the anthology Beats at Naropa, co-edited with Laura Wright. She has participated in conferences and festivals in Beijing, Berlin, Vienna, Nicaragua and Prague and has taught recent practicums at the Zen Mountain Monastery and Naropa University. She works with writer/director Ed Bowes on a number of video/movie projects.