From Spicer (and perhaps elsewhere), for my Dresman essay

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

Spicer at PennSound

The House That Jack Built

On January 10, 2009, there was a tribute to Spicer at the San Francisco Public Library. Read all about in X Poetics.


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