Get the Money!: Collected Prose (1961-1983) by Ted Berrigan, edited by Alice Notley, Anselm Berrigan, Edmund Berrigan, Nick Sturm
English | September 20, 2022 | ISBN: 0872868958 | True EPUB | 320 pages | 11.2 MB
A monumental event in American poetry, Get the Money! brings together the essential prose writings of iconic New York School poet Ted Berrigan.
"Ted Berrigan was a leader of the New York School; his crazy energy embodied that movement and the city itself."-John Ashbery, author of Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror
"Get the Money!" was Ted Berrigan's mantra for the paid writing gigs he took on in support of his career as a poet. This long-awaited collection of his essential prose draws upon the many essays, reviews, introductions, and other texts he produced for hire, as well as material from his journals, travelogues, and assorted, unclassifiable creative texts. Get the Money! documents Berrigan's innovative poetics and techniques, as well as the creative milieu of poets-centered around New York's Poetry Project-for whom he served as both nurturer and catalyst. Highlights include his journals from the '60s, depicting his early poetic discoveries and bohemian activities in New York; the previously unpublished "Some Notes About 'C,'" an account of his mimeo magazine that serves as a de facto memoir of the early days of the second-generation New York School; a moving and prescient obituary, "Frank O'Hara Dead at 40"; book "reviews" consisting of poems entirely collaged from lines in the book; art reviews of friends and collaborators like Joe Brainard, George Schneeman, and Jane Freilicher; and his notorious "Interviews" with John Cage and John Ashbery, both of which were completely fabricated. Get the Money! provides a view into the development of Berrigan's aesthetics in real time, as he captures the heady excitement of the era and champions the poets and artists he loves.
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