Shaun Shane (196? -)
Shaun Shane (a pseudonym real name unknown) . There have been few men whose work is so well known and as highly acclaimed and yet whose personal life is as shrouded in mystery as that of Shaun Shane in the History of Poetry. Shane's career first began in the early 80's, publishing in small presses and doing famously standing room only readings while, it is rumored, he still was a Philosophy Major at Yale. When his work quickly came to the attention of the Literary Critic and host of the Public Radio Program, Poetry In Our Time, Harvey Alexander. Who, so struck with Shane's work, began to feature it prominently on his radio program. The filmmaker John Waters, a close friend of Alexander's,... more »
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- 01 contented in their love
- 02 in discord caught
- 03 A Cat and A Mouse
- 04 Tongues Made Of Glass
- 05 unfold yourself
- 06 love is like you hold your breath and...
- 07 bragging beautiful
- 08 that egotist siddhartha
- 09 only a dream of love
- 10 Snail Shell House
- 11 man has lost his mind
- 12 Perpetual Optimism
- 13 resolve to maintain your will
- 14 where freedom happens
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