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Volta is my homage to Wallace Berman. It’s also an assemblage and a little magazine that’s published whenever I can make it happen. I named it after James Joyce’s one and only (failed) business venture — The Volta Theater at 45 Mary Street in Dublin. The Volta Theater was opened in 1909 and was Ireland’s […]

Richard Brautigan — Four Poems

I was talking to my friend Mark at his bookstore in the Haight, St. Adrian. This was a long time ago. We talked about books. We talked about Kerouac or Bukowski or maybe the great things coming from X-Ray Press. I don’t recall. Then, we talked about Richard Brautigan. I do recall this, because as […]