Dorn, Edward Merton

Personal Information

Nick Name
Ed
  • Gender: Male; Ethnicity: W.
  • Born in 1929.
  • Died in 1999.

Here are some other books by the author:
Poetry
The Newly Fallen, Totem Press, 1961
From Gloucester Out, Matrix Press, 1964
Hands Up!, Totem Press, 1964
Geography, Fulcrum Press, 1965
Idaho Out, Fulcrum Press, 1965
The North Atlantic Turbine, Fulcrum Press, 1967
Gunslinger, Black Sparrow Press, 1968
Gunslinger: Book II, Black Sparrow Press, 1969
The Midwest Is That Space Between the Buffalo Statler and the Lawrence Eldridge, T. Williams, 1969
The Cosmology of Finding Your Spot, Cottonwood, 1969
Twenty-four Love Songs, Frontier Press, 1969
Songs: Set Two, Frontier Press, 1970
By the Sound, Frontier Press, 1971
The Cycle, Frontier Press, 1971
A Poem Called Alexander Hamilton, Tansy/Peg Leg Press, 1971
Spectrum Breakdown, Athanor Books, 1971
Gunslinger, Book III, Frontier Press, 1972
The Hamadryas Baboon at the Lincoln Park Zoo, Wine Press, 1972
Recollections of Gran Apacheria, Turtle Island, 1974
Collected Poems: 1956-1974, Four Seasons Foundation, 1975
Manchester Square, Permanent Press, 1975
Hello, La Jolla, Wingbow Press, 1978
Selected Poems, Grey Fox Press, 1978
Yellow Lola, Cadmus Editions, 1980
Abhorrences, Black Sparrow Press, 1989
The Denver Landing, Uprising Press, 1993
Way West, Black Sparrow Press, 1993
High West Rendezvous, 1996
Sun Unwound, North Atlantic Books, 1999
Way More West, Penguin Books, 2007
Non-Fiction
What I See in the Maximum Poems, Migrant Press, 1960
Prose 1, Four Seasons Foundation, 1964
The Rites of Passage, Frontier Press, 1965
The Shoshoneans, Morrow, 1966
Ed Dorn Live, University of Michigan Press, 2007
Short Story Fiction
Some Business Recently Transacted in the White World, Frontier Press, 1971

N.C. Locations Associated with Dorn, Edward Merton

Resided in:
Asheville (City/Town)
Studied at:
Black Mountain College