Bill Berkson : Sudden Address
Publication Date: 2007 (second printing, 2010)
Berkson is an attentive provider of sure-fire linguistic deliverables.
— Kit Robinson
Bill Berkson's writing is witty, musical, daily, and deep, underpinned by a bracing integrity and shot through with gorgeous abstraction and other brillian hookups between eye, ear, mind, and heart.
— Ron Padgett
In this stunning collection of lectures spanning twenty-five years, Berkson addresses subjects as various as Walt Whitman, Frank O'Hara, Philip Guston, Dante, and the sublime.
Set in Scala, there are 500 perfectbound copies (first printing) 500 perfectbound copies (second printing) and 26 hardcover copies (first printing) lettered and signed by the author. (2007 & 2010)
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