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Michael Horovitz

(b. 1935)

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Frances Horovitz

Frances Horovitz  

(1938–83),poet, actress, and broadcaster, whose volumes of poetry, Water Over Stone (1980) and Snow Light, Water Light (1983), provide intense, lyrical evocations of the landscapes of ...
jazz poetry

jazz poetry  

A genre presaged in the USA by Vachel Lindsay (1879–1931) with his incantatory ballads, ‘General William Booth’ (1913), ‘The Congo’ (1914), The Daniel Jazz (1920), etc.; and then by Langston Hughes ...
New Departures

New Departures  

A magazine founded by Michael Horovitz in 1959, since when issues have appeared at irregular intervals. At its best, New Departures has fulfilled its editor's original intention of making it ...
performance poetry

performance poetry  

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A term applied to poetry specifically written to be performed out loud. The work may sometimes transfer successfully to the printed page, but its true power usually lies in the moment of public ...
Underground Poetry

Underground Poetry  

A phrase used to describe the work of a number of writer‐performers active in Britain between the late 1950s and mid‐1970s, including A. Mitchell, Jeff Nuttall (1933– ), Tom Pickard, Alexander ...

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