Mother [Signed; Limited Edition Broadside of an Edition of 26 lettered copies]

By: Hirschman, Jack

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Signed; Limited Edition Broadside of an Edition of 26 lettered copies. This is letter "H". GIFT QUALITY.

Jack Hirschman (1933) is an American poet and social activist who has written more than 50 volumes of poetry and essays.

For a quarter-century, Hirschman has roamed San Francisco streets, cafes (including Caffe Trieste, where he has been a regular patron), and readings, becoming an active street poet and a peripatetic activist. Hirschman is also a painter and collagist, and has translated over two dozen books from German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Albanian, and Greek.

"What a relief to find a poet who is not afraid of the vulgar or the sentimental, who can burst out laughing or cry his head off in poetry - who can make love to language, or kick it in the pants." Poet Karl Shapiro.

Fun Fact: Jim Morrison of The Doors fame was a student in a class taught by Hirschman at UCLA.

Title: Mother [Signed; Limited Edition Broadside of an Edition of 26 lettered copies]

Author Name: Hirschman, Jack

Illustrator: Artist: Soheyl Dahi

Categories: MATERIAL & POPULAR CULTURE, EPHEMERA,

Publisher: San Francisco, Sore Dove Press: 2018

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: None Issued

Type: Paper

Inscription: Signed by the author.

Seller ID: 011691

Keywords: Beat Generation; Broadside. Poetry,