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Daniel Kane
Professor of American Literature and Culture (English)
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Selected publications

Article

Kane, Daniel (2014) Whimsy, the avant-garde and Rudy Burckhardt’s and Kenneth Koch’s The Apple. World Picture (9). ISSN 1938-1700

Kane, Daniel (2012) 'Nor did I socialise with their people': Patti Smith, rock heroics, and the poetics of sociability. Popular Music, 31 (1). pp. 105-123. ISSN 0261-1430

Kane, Daniel (2011) Richard Hell, 'Genesis : Grasp', and the blank generation: from poetry to punk in New York’s lower east side. Contemporary Literature, 52 (2). pp. 330-369. ISSN 0010-7484

Kane, Daniel (2011) Wholly communion, literary nationalism, and the sorrows of the counterculture. Framework, 52 (1). pp. 102-127. ISSN 0306-7661

Kane, Daniel (2008) [Review] Andrew DuBois (2006) Ashbery's forms of attention. Journal of the Midwest Modern Langugae Association, 41 (1). ISSN 0742-5562

Kane, Daniel (2007) Reading John Ashbery's 'The Tennis Court Oath' through Man Ray's eye. Textual Practice, 21 (3). pp. 551-575. ISSN 1470-1308

Kane, Daniel (2004) Angel Hair magazine, the second-generation New York school, and the poetics of sociability. Contemporary Literature, 45 (2). pp. 331-367. ISSN 0010-7484

Book

Kane, Daniel (2017) Do you have a band? Poetry and punk rock in New York city. Columbia University Press, New York City. ISBN 9780231162975

Kane, Daniel (2009) We saw the light : conversations between the new American cinema and poetry. Contemporary North American poetry series. . University of Iowa Press, Iowa City. ISBN 9781587297885

Kane, Daniel (2003) All poets welcome: the lower east side poetry scene in the 1960s. University of California Press, Berkeley. ISBN 9780520233850

Kane, Daniel (2003) What is poetry: conversations with the American avant-garde. Teachers & Writers, New York. ISBN 9780915924646

Book Section

Kane, Daniel (2013) 'I just got different theories': Patti Smith and the Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church. In: Dewey, Anne and Rifkin, Libby (eds.) Among Friends: Engendering the Social Site of Poetry. Iowa University Press, Iowa City, pp. 43-64. ISBN 9781609381509