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About The Scene: Some Possible Goals for The Scene this Season

About The Scene: Some Possible Goals for The Scene for the 2017-2018 Season


August 30, 2017

I want to develop a unique place on the web for poets, scholars, critics, and readers to dig radical poetry at its essence.

So, I want this blog to be The Scene, the online scene for such.

I want to promote the power, the greatness, the importance of such poetry and kindred writings.

While I hope The Scene will be about many scenes, at least the ones from the past, I especially want to promote the idea of the Beat Movement’s centrality to the new postmodern movements and everything that’s happening today. But more, perhaps, to help keep the Beat Movement alive and relevant because, you know, the Beat Movement is still going strong. It’s just evolved in many directions.

I’m a writer and I plan on blogging my books here and on my other literary blogs as I write them.

I want The Scene to be a collaborative project with my readers. Let’s work at this project together. Come follow The Scene on WordPress.

Paul Varner



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