Jack Hirschman - The Burning of Los Angeles

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Jack Hirschman - The Burning of Los Angeles

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The Burning of Los Angeles

Jack Hirschman

J’ose Press: Venice, 1971. 8.5” x 11” unbound sheets in printed folder. Holograph reproduction. Printed in an edition of 150 of which this is #100.

Beautiful artist book from Jack Hirschman, one of the great radical poets of the west coast scene that coalesced around figures like Wallace Berman, Robert Duncan, Kenneth Rexroth, David Meltzer, and the beats. Known for his political activism, and books such as the groundbreaking anthology of Artaud’s writing he edited and co-translated in the 1960s, Hirschman draws here on his interests in Kabbalistic design to produce a wonderful collection of poems. 

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