In the years since his death from alcohol poisoning, San Francisco
Renaissance poet Jack Spicer (1925-1965) has gradually come to be
recognized as one of most intriguing, demanding, and rewarding of
the so-called 'New American Poetry' poets who were first published
in Donald Allen's historic anthology of that name.This is the first
full-length critical monograph on his work, placing it in the
context not only of the San Francisco Renaissance and... more...