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About the Book

Desert Journal

by ruth weiss

$15.95 | 216 pages | 2012 | ISBN: 978-0-979070-27-3

 

Trembling Pillow Press is pleased to bring back in print ruth weiss’s€ DESERT JOURNAL originally published in 1977 by Good Gay Poets of Boston.

€œA book whose page has come. ruth weiss has been sounding these poems, alone or with jazz accompaniment, for many years. It’€s now only right that they appear for the senses of those potential poets searching for new modulations of expression; for her poems are of the rhythms of our time and the interlaced, repetitive subtleties are sewn by that €œthread for those who breathe in rags€ (Vallejo) which bespeaks and sings the deep loom of the bronze lotus.
Jack Hirschman, poet

From a Review of the first printing:
weiss is the foxy artificer here, the architect whose end is destruction, the astronomer who in order that we may become full€ invites us into the a€œvoid,€ the teacher who counsels €œunknowing
€“Rudy Kikel, (GCN, March 1977)

From a Review of the first printing:
€œReading ruth weiss DESERT JOURNAL is like listening to a highly improvisational jazz score.
€“T.S. Ouwehand, (Plexus, May 1981)

Anne Waldman on Can’€™t Stop the Beat: The Life and Times of a Beat Poet: Jazz-poet-performer ruth weiss lived the lore of many of her associates in the Beat literary-arts movement. She’€™s a tenacious survivor and anomaly, being female, foreign born: Berlin (whose family escaped the Nazis by coming to the U. S. of A.) and fiercely independent. This fragmented Memoir-cum-poetry gives a pungent and moving sense of her life and times.

DESERT JOURNAL HAS A LIFE OF ITS OWN

a life of its own€” this book DESERT JOURNAL.
thought it would be novel to write a novel.
do the math. 5 x 4 = 200. so for 40 days do 5 pages.

decision. 5 pages non-stop each day whatever surfaces. even if only one word per page. forget characters & plot. this is a novel moderne.

focus €” the internal desert. being a water-sign €” most fearful place the desert. need to explore that place. had never been to the actual desert.

1961. begin. it was finished in 1968. 7 years.

readings through those years had audience call numbers up to the point of completion. someone would always ask “how do you know this about me?€ DESERT JOURNAL has a life of its own. i’€™m only the instrument.

sent manuscript out. no takers. 1975. went to NEW YORK CITY. in & out of publishing houses. no takers. back home in SAN FRANCISCO. no mistaking the message. MAGNETIZE THE CALL FOR IT.

a week later. phone call from BOSTON. CHARLEY SHIVELY of GOOD GAY POETS press. had heard me at WILD SIDE WEST, a women’s bar in SAN FRANCISCO. i had mentioned looking for a publisher.

DESERT JOURNAL came out in 1977. currently i’ve stolen lines from it & collaged into new poems €” LIGHT WORKS, BYPASS LINZ, & SUICIDE DREAMS.

40 days €” 7 years. those numbers have far-reaching biblical references. was not aware of that.

now, thanks to DAVID BRINKS of TREMBLING PILLOW press in NEW ORLEANS, this book continues as a reprint. on a life of its own.

ruth weiss

 

About the Author

ruth weiss is one of the last living significant poets of the Beat Generation. Born to a Jewish family during the rise of Nazism, she eventually made her way to the United States where she became friends with, and a contemporary of, the likes of Jack Kerouac and many other artists of the 1950s American counter-culture movement of San Francisco (specifically in North Beach). In the 1960s she began spelling her name in lowercase letters in a symbolic protest against €œlaw and order€ since in her birthplace of Germany all nouns are capitalized. She continues to perform live in North Beach and at many jazz and poetry festivals around the world. In this age of high-speed information exchange, she still uses her €œLoyal Royal€ metal typewriter, and lives deep in the Northern California forests of Mendocino County, USA.