Here's a poem I found on the web from Adrienne Su, one of the people who played a role in denying tenure to a psychology professor at Dickinson College, Richard Abrams, apparently on the basis of Abrams' role in running a literary series that featured writers interested in flarf:
The Re-Education of the Intellectuals
The irony here is stunning. What's morally repulsive speaks for itself.
For more details, check out Gary Sullivan's blog.
RICHIE MAYO AND THE PARAMOURS GRIND US INTO THE GROUND FROM SIXTY YEARS AGO WITH THEIR SHAKER MASTERPIECE, “CRAWLIN’ (THE CRAWL)” - 1. We know very little about this song and its musicians. 2. Likely personnel include: Richie Mayo (bass), Frank Perry (guitar), Mel Barnet (tenor sax...
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