Everywhere I Go [Poem, 1958] Private Press Small Poster / Broad Side

By: Micheline, Jack

Price: $85.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: New


Single sheet 10.75 inches tall by 7.875 inches wide; on canary yellow card stock. Poem with color painting with photo centered. Art is after Jack Micheline but there is no publishing information. This piece was not located online or in OCLC at the time of the listing. ------------- A true voice of the Beat Generation, a poet who has remained "underground" since he published his first book (River of Red Wine) in 1958. ----- Jack Micheline has never been published by the bigger presses, and according to himself he never will. He thinks he's living in "Siberia in the United States" - the loveless hell of people trying to get by in this greedy world. ---------- At the end of his life Micheline lived in San Francisco, writing poetry and painting while still being ignored by the bigger presses. "Good work doesn't sell well they claim. I am a rare human spirit, the work is open, free and alive. I'm sorry if I frighten them. Maybe they want stories with condoms on them, clean and safe. My work is ALIVE! This animal is alive. Sad for this unbrave world. Sad state indeed. It makes one scream..." Literary Kicks

Title: Everywhere I Go [Poem, 1958] Private Press Small Poster / Broad Side

Author Name: Micheline, Jack

Categories: LITERATURE, MATERIAL & POPULAR CULTURE, EPHEMERA, PHOTOGRAPHY, ILLUSTRATED BOOKS & HISTORY OF IDEAS,

Publisher: [Unspecified], [Unspecified]: 0

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: None Issued

Type: Poster

Seller ID: 011429