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Experimental Poet F. A. Nettelbeck

Here’s a great piece on poet F. A. Nettelbeck by Stephen Kessler.  He sees in Nettelbeck what I saw: a unique literary genius hidden under a rough exterior.  Link: http://www.santacruz.com/news/2011/01/24/f._a._nettelbeck_outlaw_poet It’s been a little over two years since F. A. … Continue reading

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F. A. Nettelbeck readings

I had a long drive today and brought along a CD of readings by the late poet F. A. Nettelbeck to pass the time.  I was expecting to be entertained.  The material far exceeded that expectation.  There is something so … Continue reading

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RIP – F. A. Nettelbeck, American Poet, 1950 – 2011

I just learned yesterday that poet F. A. Nettelbeck died January 20, 2011.  I’d been aware of him since the early 1970s when I bought a couple issues of his mimeo magazine, THROB, for the Bukowski contents.  No doubt I … Continue reading

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