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from Life Poem (1969) by Bob Holman

Spring was the melted butter.

from Life Poem (1969) by Bob Holman

Spring was the melted butter.

I Love Taylor Mead and Gay Power: Taylor Mead Columns 1969–1970, Both Edited and Published by John Edward Heys by Bob Holman
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It’s been two years since Taylor Mead left us to take his role as the Jester Fool Poet of the Great Bohemia in the Sky, but he is still a very living presence on the Lower East Side. 

On the Road with Bob Holman by Stephanie Nikolopoulos

Bob Holman is on the road to save the day

Jessica Craig-Martin by Bob Holman
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Bob Holman on the work of Jessica Craig-Martin.

The United States of Poetry by Bob Holman

You can’t tell a book by its cover, agreed, but imagine flipping open the “book” of television and discovering a Poem there?!?

Richard Tuttle by Bob Holman
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Terry Winters by Bob Holman

This interview between artist Terry Winters and poet Bob Holman begins with a poem by Holman and ends with ruminations on the beauty inherent in words and paintings.

Three Poems by Bob Holman

A Visitation By John Belushi on the Isle of Capri

Constant eating     Constant motion

Roland Legiardi-Laura by Bob Holman
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“Poetry is a part of daily life there. The life of a soldier, a policeman, a pilot, a farmer, a banker.”

Two Poems by Bob Holman
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you can’t be a jerk & write great poetry

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