|Title:||& THE LADY & the lady|
|Publisher:||La Grande, OR: Mad Virgin Press, 1965. Unpaged. Out of Print.|
|Abstract:||In this chapbook, the author sought a metaphor for male and female relationships from the male point of view.|
||23 haiku & a tanka
||This chapbook was first presented as a dance performance in 1964. It stemmed from "Blitz," a literary magazine that the author co-founded.
||& THE LADY & the lady
||In this chapbook, the author sought a metaphor for male and female relationships from the male point of view.
||legends have it
||There were one hundred and fifty copies of this poetry chapbook printed. Raw human emotions, people, and relationships are subjects of several poems.
||Balm Creek poem
||A collection of poetry about the author's childhood in a remote logging camp in Pondosa, Oregon.
||Call It Apples
||This chapbook features poetry about La Grande and the Grande Ronde Valley. Weather, sounds, nature, time, Oregon the body, and the senses are various subjects of poems.
||A collection of poetry, one hundred copies of this chapbook were printed. Nature, emotions, poetry, and relationships are the subjects of poems, some with distinctive political themes. All punctuation and capitalization originate with the author.
||one, two three
||This volume collects poems about the northwest in three sections. These poems explore subjects such as relationships, weather, women, music, and northwestern landmarks like Multnomah Falls. All punctuation and capitalization originate with the author.
||poets, poets, poets
||This chapbook features one long poem about poets themselves. Types of poets, subjects of poetry, reasons to write, and the emotions of poets are revealed. According to the author, the work was commended by Robert Creely. All punctuation and capitalization originate with the author.
||just passin' through (bear springs interlude)
||Extracts from an unpublished 482 page manuscript about four years of the author?s vagabond life in the northwest and southwest.
||A collection of poetry.
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