Item description for The Art of the Possible!: Comics Mainly Without Pictures by Kenneth Koch & David Lehman...
This unusual mix of art and words is infused with the same energetic wordplay, humor, and tenderness as Kenneth Koch's best poems. Illustrated and lettered in his own hand and studded with visual puns and jokes, Koch's sweetly absurd milieu is peopled by Miles Davis, John Cage, Virgil Thomson, Aaron Copland, Lillian Hellman, Twiggy, and a host of others. Part journal, part sketchbook, and wholly original, The Art of the Possible offers a window into the world and art of one of America's most treasured poets and teachers.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 7" Height: 9.25" Weight: 0.48 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2004
Publisher Soft Skull Press
ISBN 1932360182 ISBN13 9781932360189
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More About Kenneth Koch & David Lehman
Kenneth Koch has published many volumes of poetry, including New Addresses, Straits and One Train. He was awarded the Bollingen Prize for Poetry in 1995, in 1996 he received the Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry awarded by the Library of Congress, and he received the first Phi Beta Kappa Poetry award in November of 2001. His short plays, many of them produced off- and off-off-Broadway, are collected in The Gold Standard: A Book of Plays. He has also written several books about poetry, including Wishes, Lies, and Dreams; Rose, Where Did You Get That Red?; and, most recently, Making Your Own Days: The Pleasures of Reading and Writing Poetry. He taught undergraduates at Columbia University for many years. He died in 2002.
Kenneth Koch lived in New York City, in the state of New York. Kenneth Koch was born in 1925 and died in 2002.