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CERVO VOLANTE. Pubblicazione mensile di poesia diretta da Adriano Spatola,Cervo Volante: Un grammo d'oro. Anno I, Numero 2, Febbraio 1981

Roma,  Etrusculudens 1981 - Prima serie. Edizione di 1000 es. numerati

Editorial binder, in beautiful coloured marbled paper, containing a poster, with poems by Paul Vangelisti (Un grammo d'oro. Translation from English to Italian by Adriano Spatola and the Author) and drawings by Giuliano della Casa, printed in two-colour silkscreen lithography (60x94 cm). Programmatic writing by Adriano Spatola on the Flying Deer project and a critical note on Vangelisti on the inside of the folder

Ogni esemplare è rilegato con una carta di differente colore. Esemplare n. 270

8vo,  pp. foglio ripiegato in più parti (cm 60x94) Molto buono (Very Good)

Paul Vangelisti (born 1945) is an American poet. He graduated from the University of San Francisco in 1967, attended Trinity College Dublin for a year as a researcher and moved to Los Angeles in 1968.
Vangelisti has edited several anthologies of poetry, including one in Italian and one in Polish. His anthologies of Los Angeles-area poets, such as 'Specimen '73', were among the first collections that began to define the historical trajectory of post-World War II poetry in Southern California. His first volume, "Anthology of L.A. Poets", was edited together with Charles Bukowski and Neeli Cherkovski. More recently, he edited 'L. A. Exiles', an anthology of displaced L.A. writers.
Vangelisti is the author of almost twenty poetry collections, including 'Air' (1973), 'Portfolio' (1978), 'Another You' (1980), 'Villa', 'Rime' (1983) and 'Nemo' (1995). In 1988, he received a Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Vangelisti is also known as a translator of Italian poetry, particularly experimental poets such as Adriano Spatola and Antonio Porta. He has also produced broadcasts of poetry readings through an association with the Pacifica radio station KPFK in Los Angeles, where he worked as director of cultural affairs between 1974 and 1982. 

Cervo Volante thinks of poetry as a reality put into operation objectively by research into the interaction between the arts. We say objectively because each file contains within itself the possibility of a dual destination: the wall as a poster and the library as a book (Adriano Spatola).