The men's team - Scott Duncan, Robert
Leck, Kieran Macarty, Scott Macaulay, Sam McNeil and Jonny O'Mara - held their nerve to secure the National League title for the first time since 2014, defeating Durham University (8-4) and Loughborough University (12-0) which saw them pip their Durham counterparts by one point in the overall standings.
For the current benefit, her cast includes Donna Murphy, Christine Ebersole, Carolee Carmello, Donna McKechnie, Kathie Lee Gifford, Sandy Duncan, Robert
Klein and Tommy Tune.
Editor's note: Thanks to Selvin Brenden, Randy Duncan, Robert
McMath, John Drivdahl, James Johnson, David Krug, S.
5-3 victory took the visitors to the Colne Valley to the top of the table, displacing Budenbergs, who are travelling to Longwood next Wednesday and who include top names like Brian Duncan, Robert
Hitchen and Graeme Wilson in their line-up.
In the seventies, when the Language poets began publishing, their teachers had been New Americans such as Charles Olson, Robert Duncan, Robert
Creeley, Larry Eigner, Frank O'Hara, John Ashbery, Philip Whalen, and Jack Spicer.
As his first two books, Metaphors on Vision and Brakhage Scrapbook, (1) demonstrate, a good deal of this writing has occurred in the course of his extensive correspondences with poets: both books include letters from Brakhage to Robert Creeley, Guy Davenport, Ed Dorn, Robert Duncan, Robert
Kelly, Michael McClure, Charles Olson, and others.
Mackey, who is professor of literature at the University of California-Santa Cruz and himself an important contemporary poet, astutely analyzes the work of Black Mountainers Robert Duncan, Robert
Creeley, and Charles Olson, African Americans Amiri Baraka and Clarence Major, and Caribbeaners Edward Kamau Brathwaite and Wilson Harris in order to make two fundamental points.
McLaughlin, Noxon; camera, Cort Fey; editors, Sue Blainey, Michael Ross; music, Robert Duncan, Robert
Cairns; production designers, Donna Haitin, Stephen Storer; casting, Barbara Fiorentino, Rebecca Mangieri.