Andrew Joron

Andrew Joron is an American writer of experimental poetry.wikipedia
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Rhysling Award

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He has won the Rhysling Award three times: for Best Long Poem in 1980 and 1986, and for Best Short Poem in 1978; and the Gertrude Stein Award twice, in 1996 and 2006.
1980: Andrew Joron, The Sonic Flowerfall of Primes

Andrew Zawacki

Sobin, who died in 2005, designated Joron as his literary co-executor, along with American poet Andrew Zawacki.
Along with Andrew Joron, Zawacki is the literary co-executor of poet, novelist, and essayist Gustaf Sobin.

Gustaf Sobin

During the 1990s, Andrew Joron formed a close friendship with the poet and novelist Gustaf Sobin.
Before his death, Sobin named U.S. poets Andrew Joron and Andrew Zawacki as the co-executors of his literary estate.

Philip Lamantia

Joron also belonged to the circle of Surrealist poet Philip Lamantia in San Francisco from the late '90s until Lamantia's death in 2005.
The Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia. Edited with an introduction by Garrett Caples, Andrew Joron, and Nancy Joyce Peters (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2013)

Garrett Caples

Joron later served as co-editor, with Garrett Caples and Nancy Joyce Peters, of the Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia, published by University of California Press (2013).
With Nancy Peters and Andrew Joron, he is the editor of The Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia for the University of California Press (2013).

Thomas Wiloch

Invisible Machines with Robert Frazier and Thomas Wiloch. Jazz Police Books, 1997.
Wiloch has illustrated books by authors such as Bruce Boston, Robert Frazier, Andrew Joron, and Jessica Amanda Salmonson, and has contributed artwork to his own books as well.

Experimental literature

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Andrew Joron is an American writer of experimental poetry.

Speculative poetry

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He began by writing science fiction poetry.

Velimir Khlebnikov

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Joron's later poetry, combining scientific and philosophical ideas with the sonic properties of language, has been compared to the work of the Russian Futurist Velimir Khlebnikov.

San Francisco Bay Area

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Joron currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

San Francisco State University

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In fall 2014, Joron joined the faculty of the Creative Writing Department at San Francisco State University.

W. W. Norton & Company

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Joron's poetry is included in two W. W. Norton anthologies: American Hybrid (2009), edited by Cole Swensen and David St. John, and Postmodern American Poetry (2013), edited by Paul Hoover.

Cole Swensen

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Joron's poetry is included in two W. W. Norton anthologies: American Hybrid (2009), edited by Cole Swensen and David St. John, and Postmodern American Poetry (2013), edited by Paul Hoover.

David St. John

Joron's poetry is included in two W. W. Norton anthologies: American Hybrid (2009), edited by Cole Swensen and David St. John, and Postmodern American Poetry (2013), edited by Paul Hoover.

Paul Hoover

Joron's poetry is included in two W. W. Norton anthologies: American Hybrid (2009), edited by Cole Swensen and David St. John, and Postmodern American Poetry (2013), edited by Paul Hoover.

Ernst Bloch

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Joron is the translator, from the German, of the Marxist-Utopian philosopher Ernst Bloch’s Literary Essays which was published by Stanford University Press in 1998.

Paul Scheerbart

Joron is also the translator of The Perpetual Motion Machine by the German fantasist Paul Scheerbart (Wakefield Press, 2011).

Surrealism

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Joron also belonged to the circle of Surrealist poet Philip Lamantia in San Francisco from the late '90s until Lamantia's death in 2005.

Nancy Peters

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Joron later served as co-editor, with Garrett Caples and Nancy Joyce Peters, of the Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia, published by University of California Press (2013).

Theremin

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Since 2008 he has played theremin in various free-improv and ambient-music ensembles, including Cloud Shepherd.

Robert Frazier (writer)

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Invisible Machines with Robert Frazier and Thomas Wiloch. Jazz Police Books, 1997.
Invisible Machines with Andrew Joron. cover by Thomas Wiloch, Jazz Police Books, 1993.

Poetry Bus Tour

Participants included, alphabetically: Kim Addonizio, Hector Ahumada, Will Alexander, Beth Anderson, Craig Arnold, Ken Babstock, Mutant Ballyhoo, Mary Jo Bang, Jennifer Barone, Polina Barskova, Nathan Bartel, Grace Bauer, Eric Baus, Jill Beauchesne, Joshua Beckman, Erin Belieu, Erica Bernheim, Anselm Berrigan, Jen Bervin, Anne Boyer, Michael Brodeur, Lee Ann Brown, Paul Closson Buck, Suzanne Buffam, Nicole Burgund, Mairead Byrne, Alex Caldiero, Tina Brown Celona, JoAnn Chang, Vic Chesnutt, Joshua Clover, Gentian Cocoli, John Colburn, Carrie St. George Comer, Daniel Comiskey, Kevin Connolly, Gillian Conoley, CAConrad, Matt Cook, Martin Corless-Smith, Joel Craig, Michael Earl Craig, Crystal Curry, Kyle Dargan, Tom I. Davis, Christine Deavel, Tom Devaney, Chris Dombrowski, Timothy Donnelly, Michael Dumanis, Thomas Sayers Ellis, Brian Engel, Zhang Er, Kelly Everding, Larry Fagin, Monica Fambrough, Chris Fishbach, Lisa Fishman, Susan Firer, Sherrie Flick, Nick Flynn, Tonya Foster, Graham Foust, Sarah Fox, Peter Gizzi, Lara Glenum, John Godfrey, Noah Eli Gordon, Dean Gorman, Arielle Greenberg, Kate Hall, Matt Hart, Matthea Harvey, James Haug, Christian Hawkey, Anthony Hawley, Cole Heinowitz, Thomas Heise, Dennis Held, Scott Helmes, Nicole Henares, Bob Hicok, Jen Hofer, Janet Holmes, Marie Howe, Elizabeth Hughey, Maggie Jackson, Major Jackson, Philip Jenks, Laura Jensen, Tyehimba Jess, Amaud Johnson, Julia Johnson, Andrew Joron, Bhanu Kapil, Ingrid Keir, Sally Keith, Michael Kelleher, Ariana Kelley, Mimi Khalvati, Ish Klein, Joanna Klink, Caroline Knox, Noelle Kocot, Melissa Kwasny, Deborah Landau, Dorothea Lasky, Katy Lederer, Dana Levin, Sueyen Juliette Lee, David Lehman, Sarah Mangold, Sabrina Orah Mark, JW Marshall, Cate Marvin, Tod Marshall, Anthony McCann, Molly McDonald, Mark McMorris, Richard Meier, Catherine Meng, Ken Mikolowski, Chelsey Minnis, Albert Mobilio, K Silem Mohammad, Tracie Morris, Valzhyna Mort, Anna Moschovakis, Erin Mouré, George Murray, Eileen Myles, Amanda Nadelberg, Maggie Nelson, Sierra Nelson, Aimee Nezhukumatathill, Hoa Nguyen, Travis Nichols, No Cry Sleep Solution, Melanie Noel, John Olson, Ethan Paquin, GE Patterson, Becky Peterson, Scott Poole, DA Powell, Stephen Powers, Kristen Prevallet, CE Putnam, Srikanth Reddy, Dwaine Rieves, David Rivard, David Roderick, Mary Ruefle, Damian Rogers, Matthew Rohrer, Martha Ronk, Catie Rosemurgy, Molly Russakoff, Standard Schaeffer, Robyn Schiff, Rob Schlegel, Zachary Schomburg, Vijay Seshadri, Prageeta Sharma, Brenda Shaughnessy, Frank Sherlock, Lori Shine, Evie Shockley, Eleni Sikelianos, Richard Siken, Bruce Smith, Dale Smith, ML Smoker, Dennis Somera, Juliana Spahr, Chuck Stebelton, Chris Stroffolino, Gwydion Suilebhan, Mathias Svalina, Chad Sweeney, Jennifer K. Sweeney, Cole Swensen, Arthur Sze, James Tate, William Taylor Jr., Edwin Torres, Trdmrc, David Trinidad, Nick Twemlow, Typing Explosion, Nance Vanwinckel, Sarah Vap, Nico Vassilakis, Vis a Vis Society, Miles Waggener, Catherine Wagner, Lewis Warsh, Kary Wayson, Joe Wenderoth, Betsy Wheeler, Sam White, Dara Wier, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, Dustin Williamson, Elizabeth Willis, Catherine Wing, Rebecca Wolff, Jon Woodward, Mark Yakich, Matvei Yankelevich, John Yau, Jake Adam York, Monica Youn, Dean Young, Stephanie Young, Karena Youtz, Maged Zaher, Matthew Zapruder, Rachel Zucker, 826 Laureates.

2009 in poetry

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Sotère Torregian, Envoy, (preface by Andrew Joron), Punch Press, Buffalo, New York

2010 in poetry

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Andrew Joron, Trance Archive: New and Selected Poems, City Lights, San Francisco