Cover to Cover with Jack Foley

Cover to Cover with Jack Foley

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Jack’s first guest of the new year is San Francisco’s poet laureate Diane di Prima. Di Prima will discuss her Revolutionary Letters. Published privately in 1968, the book was first published in London in 1969. The first American printing was by City Lights in 1971 as #27 of its Pocket Poets series. The book went through four editions; in each edition more “letters” were added. The most recent edition is from Last Gasp Press.

 

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