Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative is a publishing project of The Center for the Humanities making available the unpublished correspondence, journals, and critical prose of poets such as Diane di Prima, Robert Duncan, Jack Spicer, Muriel Rukeyser and many others! These primary documents are uncovered in archival research and edited by students and scholars at The Graduate Center, CUNY, as well as visiting fellows and guest editors, and prepared by Ammiel Alcalay, General Editor. Lost & Found puts into wider circulation essential but virtually unknown texts to expand our knowledge of literary, cultural, social, and political history.
The books are published in volumes of beautifully printed chapbooks and available at http://lostandfoundbooks.org/!
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PRAISE FOR LOST&FOUND
A serious and worthy enterprise.
—The London Review of Books
These chapbooks are a gold mine, so rich and important, and may well give rise to a new generation of writers.
—Diane di Prima
Such a great pleasure to read these beautiful reclamations of mind and time and place.
What a brilliant cast of characters. Just exactly what one (myself) would like to read.
These books are gems. The idea is genius.