In The Room of Never Grieve

New and Selected Poems (1985-2003) by Anne Waldman

“When Allen Ginsberg passed from us it was Anne Waldman who dutifully gathered up his many burdens, continuing his work as poet, activist, and teacher. In following his example she has bloomed as an example herself. How fortunate we are to have her among us and may we all reach out and take a small amount of her burden upon ourselves.” —Patti Smith

October 2003
6.75 x 9.75 | 400 pages
Hardcover w/ CD

ISBN: 978-1-56689-145-5.

$30.00

Description

In the Room of Never Grieve charts Anne Waldman’s dynamic career and reveals a mature, wise, and spiritual poet with enormous energy and vast literary powers. A CD featuring the performance of her signature work accompanies this exhilarating and vital addition to American poetry, Waldman’s first new and selected volume since Helping the Dreamer: New and Selected Poems 1966-1988.

Reviews

“When Allen Ginsberg passed from us it was Anne Waldman who dutifully gathered up his many burdens, continuing his work as poet, activist, and teacher. In following his example she has bloomed as an example herself. How fortunate we are to have her among us and may we all reach out and take a small amount of her burden upon ourselves.” —Patti Smith