4 edition of A Black Manifesto in Jazz Poetry and Prose (Signature Series, 8) found in the catalog.
A Black Manifesto in Jazz Poetry and Prose (Signature Series, 8)
by Rizzoli Intl Pubns
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||92|
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A Black Manifesto in Jazz Poetry and Prose (), London: Calder and Boyars. Cogollo Caniculaire (), with artist Heriberto Cogollo and poet Joyce Mansour, Rome (Italy): Carlo Bestetti.
Flying Piranha (), with poet Joyce Mansour, New York: Bola Press. “Jazz is my religion.” Theodore “Ted” Joans was born in Cairo, Illinois on July 4, He was an jazz poet, surrealist, trumpeter, and painter. His work stands at the intersection of several avant-garde streams and some have seen in it a precursor to the orality of the spoken-word movement, however he criticized the competitive aspect of “slam” poetry.
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