More Gone

More Gone
City Lights Spotlight Series No. 18





Review in the Georgia Review
Nov 25, 2019

"Edmund Berrigan's More Gone follows his book Can It! in the creation of a poetic universe of sonic fizz and existential vulnerability. These poems are raucous artifacts of whimsy, pain, and the intricate joy of carrying an interior world into language. . . . In a sense, More Gone is a large-scale sifting-through of the effects of living, both bewilderingly and comfortably, as part of a poetry family (along with Alice Notley and Anselm Berrigan) and within a wider tradition of New York School poetics."––Nick Sturm


"Three Poems by Edmund Berrigan from More Gone (City Lights Spotlight No. 18)"
Aug 7, 2019

Excerpt from More Gone appears in Littsburgh, in promotion of Berrigan's event at White Whale Bookstore.


"We Go On, or Off, for Solace"
Mar 25, 2019

Part 4 of Edmund Berrigan's essays on the Poetry Foundation website in March 2019.

- Edmund Berrigan

"Getting Started in Poetry"
Mar 18, 2019

Part 3 of Edmund Berrigan's essays on the Poetry Foundation website in March 2019.

- Edmund Berrigan

"Navigating the Distance Between Music and Poetry"
Mar 11, 2019

Part 2 of Edmund Berrigan's essays on the Poetry Foundation website in March 2019.

- Edmund Berrigan

"Visiting Naropa in the Summer of 1992"
Mar 4, 2019

Part 1 of Edmund Berrigan's essays on the Poetry Foundation website in March 2019.

- Edmund Berrigan