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Aptowicz, Cristin O`Keefe Words in Your Face
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Aptowicz, Cristin O`Keefe

Words in Your Face

A Guided Tour Through Twenty Years of the New York City Poetry Slam

€ 19.95

A history of slam poetry culture in the Big Apple and beyond places an emphasis on three major twentieth-century arts movements, including the Harlem Renaissance, the Beats, and hip hop, in a chronicle that traces the origins of slam and its monumental popularity.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Foreword ix
Preface xvii
A Brief Introduction to Poetry Slams xxiii
More Slam Basics: A Slam Poet`s Hypothetical Journey from a Local Slam to the National Poetry Slam xxiv
PART I Pre-waves; or, The Early Days
1(52)
A Very Quick and Slanted Pre-Slam History by Someone Who Wasn`t There
3(7)
The Pre-Slam History of NYC Poetry and Bob Holman, as Told by Bob Holman
10(12)
Getting a Roof on It: The Reopening of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe
22(4)
The Birth of a Movement: NYC Slam`s First Year
26(9)
The Vocabulary of the Poetry Slam: Part I
34(1)
Marc Smith (So What!): The Truth About Who Invented the Poetry Slam
35(9)
The Myth of Slam Poetry: The Poetry Slam Certainly Exists, but is There Such a Thing as Slam Poetry?
42(2)
Playing Nice: The First National Poetry Slam
44(6)
Slam`s Tipping Point: The End of the Nuyorican`s First Year
50(3)
PART II The First Wave (1990-1996)
53(72)
Exploding Texts: Slammers Take It to the Next Level
61(4)
An Interview with Maggie Estep, First Wave Icon
65(10)
From Sea to Shining Sestina: The United States of Poetry and Other Poetry on Your TV
75(12)
NYC Slam`s First Bible: The Creation of Aloud
87(7)
We`re Here, We Slam, Get Used to It: The Influence of Queer Voices In NYC Slam
93(1)
1994: The Year Slam Explodes
94(9)
Unfair Stereotypes of Other Cities Slams: One Nerd`s Perspective
99(4)
Rap Meets Poetry: The Birth of Mouth Almighty
103(16)
First and Always: Graduates from NYC Poetry Slam`s First Wave
119(6)
PART III Second Wave (1996-2001)
125(112)
May I Introduce to You the Future: In 1996, Slam Transforms
133(4)
Slam`s Second Bible: How Slam Nation Spread the Gospel According to NYC Slam
137(11)
How to Make a Living as a Slam Poet: Mouth Almighty and the Growing Importance of the National Poetry Slam
148(13)
The Vocabulary of The Poetry Slam: Part II
158(3)
We Don`t Do Group Pieces: Nuyo Conquers, then Divides
161(14)
And Two Become Three: Mouth Almighty Becomes NYC-Urbana and Nuyo`s Championship Team Becomes louderARTS
175(13)
60 Minutes: The Poets Slam Back!
184(4)
Passing the Mic: Felice Belle and the Changing Face of the Nuyorican
188(9)
What It`s Like to be There: Nuyorican, NYC-Urbana & louderARTS at the End of the Twentieth Century
197(18)
Rules to Play By: The Unspoken, Rumored Rules of Slam
213(2)
Welcome to the AfterFuture: The Explosion of the Second Wave Poets
215(22)
PART IV Third Wave (2001-2007)
237(114)
2001: The Year Everything Changed
245(3)
Words That Comfort: The Aftermath of 9/11 on the NYC Poetry Slam Community
248(12)
Thank You and God Bless: Def Poetry Hits and Broadway the Airwaves
260(7)
Taylor Mali: The Man, The Myth, The Industry
265(2)
What the Heck Is Going On Here? : The Opens (Kinda) for Business Bowery Poetry Club
267(19)
The Rise of Self-Publishing and the Slam
285(1)
Slam`s Biggest Non-Slamming Icon Speaks: John S. Hall Takes On Everything Right But Mostly Wrong with the Slam
286(17)
Because This Generation Can Speak for Itself: The Birth of Urban Word and the NYC Teen Slams
303(15)
Hip-Hop and the Canon: Slam`s Influence
316(2)
NYC Slam Grows Up: NYC`s Slam Third Wave Faces the Future
318(9)
The Good, The Bad, and The Poetry: The Impact of Slam, Inside and Out
327(24)
The Afterword: Or, A Completely Invented Transcription That Nonetheless Felt So Real 351(14)
For More Information 365(1)
New York City Poetry Slam Teams From 1990 to 2007 366(4)
Acknowledgments 370
Extra informatie: 
Paperback / softback
371 pagina's
Januari 2007
522 gram
229 x 152 x 25 mm
SOFT SKULL PR gb

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