An Ear in Bartram's Tree: Selected Poems 1957-1967
New Directions Publishing Corporation
January 17, 1972
5.41 X 0.42 X 8.05 inches | 0.35 pounds
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About the Author
Jonathan Williams (1929-2008) founded the Jargon Society--a publisher dedicated to experimental fiction, photography, and visionary folk art--and has championed the underdog, maverick, and outsider in the arts for fifty years. He has also published over 100 of his own books, pamphlets, and broadsides of poetry, essays, and photography. He lived on Skywinding Farm in rural North Carolina.
As Bruce Bawer wrote in Bookforum, "the late Guy Davenport (1927-2005) left behind an oeuvre that is one long lesson in the history of civilization, and to read any part of it--story, essay, or translation--is to be enthralled by his unflagging intellectual energy and engagement." His books include The Geography of the Imagination, The Death of Picasso, Herakleitos and Diogenes, A Table of Green Fields, The Cardiff Team, DaVinci's Bicycle, and many more.