Lawrence Carradini, Poet
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Lawrence Carradini and Lawrence Ferlighetti, N.H.

Still writing!. 
Some print and on line publications where my poems have appeared include, Bare Bone, The Café Review (including the tenth year anniversary issue), Cokefishing [in Alpha Beat Soup], Contemporary Foreign Literature (Nanjing University), Evergreen Review, Long Island Quarterly, Mobius (including the 20th anniversary issue), Reflect, Salt Hill (Syracuse University), and Walt's Corner (The Long Islander, founded by Walt Whitman in 1838), along with international work included in Dialogue Through Poetry - 2001 Anthology, Rattapallax Press.

A chapbook collection of early work titled, BURNING HEADS, published by VB Documentation Enterprises, Natick, Massachusetts, which is available on line two ways. From Barnes and Noble, by clicking 


or you can order directly from me. Information on direct ordering can be accessed by selecting "On Line Store" in the page bar left of screen, located near the top of this page.

A resident of Lowell, Massachusetts, I am the past President (six years), and former Chairperson of the Board of Directors of "Lowell Celebrates Kerouac!." A more extensive bio is available for viewing at "Bio," in the page bar left of screen, located near the top of this page.

New News!

I have had poems accepted for upcoming publication. Other pieces are currently under editorial consideration.

News Soon To Be Archived

I was honoured to read from Kerouac's On The Road with the New England Orchestra featuring Boston Symphony's flutest, Fenwick Smith in a program of innovative works by David Amram.
I also was honoured to be included on the billing as one of three readers, in part, sponsored by the Consulate General of Mexico, at Harvard's Peabody Museum for their Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration. 

The Boston Poet published a collection in which I was included, and the anthology of post-Beat poets that I had mentioned, some time back, Selected Poems of Post Beat Poets (Beijing, China) finally unravelled itself from production snags. It is available in English on line, courtesy of Big Bridge.  
A healthy selection of poems from 24 poets whose names may ring a bell, such as Bob Holman, Mikhail Horowitz, Lyn Lifshin, Vernon Frazer, Meg Smith, Cheryl A. Townsend, Anne Waldman, Janine Pommy Vega, Steve Dalachinsky, and Michael Rothenberg, to name a few, were chosen as representative of extant work being produced by, or by poets significantly influenced by, those in the extended Beat school (i.e., Beat, San Francisco, New York, Black Mountain, etc.) of poetic writing.

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