Julia Vinograd, considered Berkeley’s unofficial poet laureate and known to many as the “Bubble Lady,” died Wednesday after struggling. LISTENING TO THE RADIO. I am listening to the radio. I am not listening to the radio. I am listening to the silence in my room behind the radio. I am the radio. JULIA VINOGRAD was born a native of Taurus w/Pisces rising in the coal and corn bread heart of West Virginia, in She writes, “I left school to pursue a.
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Everything’s broken from promises to plumbing, it’s not just us anymore. Julia Vinograd A new book by poet Julia Vinograd!!!
We’re all scared and the birthday cards painted on the sky peeled off long ago. What can I say to prove I’m vinograe than vinnograd Selected poems from someone who could “perhaps be called the quintessential street poet”. Her academic studies focused on poetry. July 3, at 7: Poets, writers and friends also came together on Nov.
Berkeley,which includes a poem and reminisces by Julia. We hold our breath. You’re not a rocket scientist but sometimes you’re a rocket. I know this too — she has written 50 volumes of poetry, much of which is about Berkeley.
Julia Vinograd “Newest book by beloved poet and co-founder of Zeitgeist Press. She probably could only have existed in Berkeley. I watch you and Phillip exchanging nuthouse nostalgia, mimicking shrinks juliq calmness and ceremoniously addressing each other as “Michael”.
Retrieved December 7, I forgot about writing styles and just wrote. I hope for that, that those who know Vinograd and her poetry will replicate her and carry her into the brave new Berkeley. I forgot about writing styles and just wrote.
It was during the Vietnam war and he was giving a great protest reading in Washington Square Park vinogfad nobody wanted to leave. Vinograd studied English at UC Berkeley during her undergraduate years.
The food and coffee juli terrible, she says. There were five green marbles. Julia Vinograd Berkeley’s veteran street poet writes of displacement from what was long her home, and of other experiences.
Julia Vinograd Bio and Biblioibliography from Berkeley Daze, by Rychard Denner, Contents
You hurt us and we’re glad to see you. She lived right on Telegraph Avenue, the artery that bled so profusely on May November 5, at 6: From that moment on, Vinograd took her bubbles with her. So when Ginsberg yelled I ran down the street and leaned in the doorway of the sort of respectable down on its luck cafeteria where librarians and minor clerks have lunch and I yelled “the war is over”.
She describes us as full of life, and love, and heartache. I grew up believing it worked even though it didn’t work for me.
Julia Vinograd, the Berkeley poet known as ‘The Bubble Lady’ dies at 75
Julia Vinograd Poems, from Berkeley Daze, by Rychard Denner
In response to the scolding, Julia offered the senior cop a soap bubble bottle. Views Read Edit View history. Debbie sat with Julia the night she died. November 25, at 4: