Page 209: “We do not write for each other. We are irritable radio sets . . . but our poems write for each other, being full of their own purposes. . . . And our lips are not our lips. But are the lips of heads of poets. And should shout revolution.”
1985 article by Lori Chamberlin, Ghostwriting the Text: Translation and the Poetics of Jack Spicer, on After Lorca
Spicer in the Electronic Poetry Center at Buffalo
Spicer at poets.org
Spicer at PennSound
On January 10, 2009, there was a tribute to Spicer at the San Francisco Public Library. Read all about in X Poetics.