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Avant-Garde All the Time

By Poetry Foundation

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Description

Poet Kenneth Goldsmith presents selections from UbuWeb, the learned and varietous online repository concerning concrete and sound poetry, experimental film, outsider art, and all things avant-garde.

Customer Reviews

Glossy Left-Establishment Propaganda.

Not only can I nearly see this smug host twirling his square-rim glasses as he talks, he talks far too much, cutting short utterly classic recordings with his nonsensical appraisals. For instance, following 2 lines of Ezra Pound's Canto 65 (Usura) by not only referring to it as 'infamous' but also opting to use 'Stormfront' (of all things) to elucidate a point of the great poet. Unsatisfied with this none-too-subtle propagandizing of the premier 20th century avante garde poet of them all, he moves on to smear Allen Ginsberg for his in-depth and revealing work CIA Dope Calypso thus: "God only knows if any of that is true, most likely Mr. Ginsberg was smoking dope in his East Village flat, INVENTING IT ALL, and coming up with this incredible song..." Learn more by listening to the poems herein on your own accord without propagandizing, revisionist commentary by this stooge.

This is good

Good sound quality. Concise explanations. I like it.

Ear-Opening Experience

This podcast has to be the greatest out there. If you've never listened to the avante-garde, this is definitely a wonderful place to start.