Bill Berkson

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Sound Over Sense by Marjorie Welish
Clark Coolidge 01

Syntactical adventure and rolling ruminations in Clark Coolidge: Selected Poems 1962–1985

Sound Over Sense by Marjorie Welish
Clark Coolidge 01

Syntactical adventure and rolling ruminations in Clark Coolidge: Selected Poems 1962–1985

Spoleto ‘65 by Bill Berkson
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Frank O’Hara was asked by Gian Carlo Menotti to select the American poets for Settimana della Poesia at the Spoleto Festival of Two Worlds, June 26 through July 2, 1965. 

Room Tone by Bill Berkson & Archie Rand

It was one year ago (June 25, 2015), at Poets House, right before the late Bill Berkson’s reading began, that I casually said hi to him and he, always a generous and prolific collaborator with artists, said, “Let’s talk.”

For the Heart of the Second Floor by Bill Berkson

In the fourth installment of BOMBlog’s reprints of [ 2nd Floor Projects ]’s editions, true-blue Californian Bill Berkson reflects, in verse, on an exhibition of work by Ishan Clemenco, Susan Martin, and Nina Hubbs Zurier.

Two Poems by Bill Berkson

A woman has fallen the museum guard
Tells us in a light blue turban plus dark suit
And tie required of all the Getty guards

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