No One Way Works

The American leftist poet Diane di Prima wrote her ‘Revolutionary Letters’ for over forty years, filling them with both advice and anger.

The first edition of Diane di Prima’s Revolutionary Letters was published in that portentous year for radicals across the Western world: 1968. In many ways, it’s a volume that distinctively springs from that time, bearing the influence of Frank O’Hara and the American Beat poets, particularly Allen Ginsberg, and is dedicated to Bob Dylan. However, […]

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