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Kindergarde: Avant-Garde Poems, Plays, Stories, and Songs for Children

by Dana Teen Lomax

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Loved this. Mostly for the freedom of imagination and thought it promotes. And some funny, moving stuff. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 098508376X, Paperback)

Poetry. Drama. Young Adult Fiction. What do contemporary, avant-garde writers have to say to children? KINDERGARDE: AVANT-GARDE POEMS, PLAYS, STORIES, AND SONGS finds out! This Small Press Traffic-sponsored project features avant-garde writers from across the country who submitted work especially for children. The result is an award-winning anthology that offers young people new ideas about what poetry, story, and performance can be. KINDERGARDE is America's first avant-garde anthology for children of all ages. I scream! You scream! We all scream for experimental poetry!

Contributors include: Akilah Oliver, Anne Waldman, Beverly Dahlen, Bhanu Kapil, Camille Roy, CAConrad, Cathy Park Hong, Claire Blotter, Charles Bernstein, Christian Bök, Douglas Kearney, Eileen Myles, Elise Ficarra, Etel Adnan, Brent Cunningham, Harryette Mullen, giovanni singleton, Jaime Cortez, Jane Sprague, Joan Larkin, Joan Retallack, Jocelyn Saidenberg, Johanna Drucker, Juan Felipe Herrera, Juliana Spahr, Julie Patton, Kenny Goldsmith, Kevin Killian, Leslie Scalapino, Lyn Hejenian, M. NourbeSe Philip, Noelle Kocot, Robert Glück, Robin Blaser, Rosmarie Waldrop, Sarah Anne Cox, Sawako Nakayasu, Susan Gevirtz, Vanessa Place, Wanda Coleman, Will Alexander, and many others!

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