Allan Douglass Coleman

poetic license / poetic justice

Creative Non-fiction. A multifaceted set of lively writings by two poet-intellectuals (A. D. Coleman and Charles Bernstein) about the veracity of an avant-garde essay by third (David Antin) regarding realities within a publishing house run by the parents of one of them, Allan Douglass Coleman, this author.
Coleman’s leftist family founded a high— end sci-tech press. He and David Antin worked there. Antin wrote about it. Coleman took issue and created poetic license / poetic justice. Charles Bernstein commented.
And Coleman, with deepest reverence, presents us with his obituaries of both parents, too.
45 printed pages
Original publication



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