Dryw Keltz 3:02 p.m., Sept. 17
Allen Ginsberg commented: "August Kleinzahler's verse line is always precise, concrete, intelligent and rare...."
Kleinzahler wrote a music column in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Articles by August Kleinzahler
A self interview
When you see a poem in The New Yorker, it’s there: (1) to break up the page; and (2) as a gesture, a sop to those who associate the idea of poetry with highbrow culture and class.
Who was real father of country western?
How did this curious hybrid of jazz, blues, hillbilly, and Vaudeville come to pass?
To commemorate Father's Day, this issue contains a collection of reflections from Reader writers about their fathers: The Last Tag Sale — Jeanne Schinto An Air of Exoticism — Duncan Shepherd Kinder Than I Would ...
My mother didn’t think much of all the “crap” he brought home.
He is old, now, my father. If he were a Toyota Corolla he would have well over 200,000 miles on him and you’d be wondering just how soon the old heap was going to seize ...
The year Edgar Varèse died, Frank Zappa joined a band called the Soul Giants and appended to it “The Mothers of Invention.”
The high school kid from El Cajon
In the mid-1950s a high school kid from El Cajon named Frank Zappa read an article in Look magazine that said Sam Goody was so good at selling records, he could unload a copy of ...