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Mirko Lamantia (born 1 March 1990) is an Italian football goalkeeper.
Joron also belonged to the circle of Surrealist poet Philip Lamantia in San Francisco from the late '90s until Lamantia's death in 2005. Joron later served as co-editor, with Garrett Caples and Nancy Joyce Peters, of the "Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia", published by University of California Press (2013).
Lamantia started out playing at a young age for Novara. In 2007-2008, the young keeper moved to Genoa in co-ownership . after the club had just gained promotion to Serie A. In June 2009 Genoa got full ownership after Novara give up the rights. But Lamantia then left for Serie D side Borgosesia.
Actor Nick LaMantia delivers the famous line "How'm I doing, Edna?" while playing Schoolboy Rowe in the 2015 feature film "Gore Orphanage."
He translated into Italian, as a commission for City Lights, poems by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Ed Sanders, Anne Waldman and Philip Lamantia.
Philip Lamantia, Michael McClure, Philip Whalen, Allen Ginsberg and Gary Snyder read on October 7, 1955, before 100 people (including Kerouac, up from Mexico City). Lamantia read poems of his late friend John Hoffman. At his first public reading Ginsberg performed the just finished first part of "Howl". It was a success and the evening led to many more readings by the now locally famous Six Gallery poets.
Lamantia continues: “Her collaborations with architects can only be hinted at in a gallery display, yet are necessary to recognize in any assessment of her work since they represent an involvement inculcate in the broader objectives of the grand tradition.”
Nancy Peters, his wife and literary editor, said of Lamantia, "He found in the narcotic night world a kind of modern counterpart to the gothic castle -- a zone of peril to be symbolically or existentially crossed."
Magenium Solutions LLC is a US based information technology (IT) consulting, systems integration, outsourcing, and solutions company headquartered in Glen Ellyn, IL. It was founded in 2007 by Colleen LaMantia and Tim Traxinger.
A youth product of Pergocrema, Manzoni was loaned to Serie A club Genoa C.F.C. in 2007–08 season. Manzoni was on the bench in 2008 Torneo di Viareggio, as the backup of Mirko Lamantia.
Philip Lamantia (October 23, 1927 – March 7, 2005) was an American poet and lecturer. Lamantia's visionary poems are ecstatic, terror-filled, and erotic, exploring the subconscious world of dreams and linking it to the experience of daily life.
Lamantia was one of the post World War II poets now sometimes referred to as the San Francisco Renaissance, and later became involved with the San Francisco Beat Generation poets and the Surrealist Movement in the United States. He was on the bill at San Francisco's Six Gallery on October 7, 1955, when poet Allen Ginsberg read his poem "Howl" for the first time. At this event Lamantia chose to read the poems of John Hoffman, a friend who had recently died. Hoffman's poetry collection "Journey to the End" (which includes the poems that Lamantia read at the Six Gallery) was published by City Lights in 2008, bound together with Lamantia's own "Tau," a poem-cycle also dating from the mid-fifties. "Tau" remained unpublished during Lamantia's lifetime.
The American consulate building was designed by Burk, Lebreton and Lamantia of New Orleans, combining the American architecture of the 1960s and features of traditional South Indian architecture. The architecture of the consulate building was inspired from the traditional houses of Thanjavur and Karaikudi. The American architect hired to design the building traveled around South India in search of inspiration before zeroing in on the final theme. As quoted by S. Krishnan, who accompanied Lamantia on his architectural quest in Tamil Nadu and parts of Andhra Pradesh, Lamantia, whose roots were in Don Quixote's village, chose the architecture of the traditional houses of Thanjavur and Chettinad to blend with the American style in his design plan. Thus, the rectangular Consulate General building was built around a roofless central courtyard, with verandahs running around it and rooms opening out of them. In addition, inspired by the South Indian temple architecture, the four exterior walls were studded with chips of Pallavaram granite.
Wally Hedrick [13] wanted to organize the famous Six Gallery reading, and Ginsberg wanted Rexroth to serve as master of ceremonies, in a sense to bridge generations. Philip Lamantia, Michael McClure, Philip Whalen, Allen Ginsberg and Gary Snyder read on October 7, 1955, before 100 people (including Kerouac, up from Mexico City). Lamantia read poems of his late friend John Hoffman. At his first public reading Ginsberg performed the just-finished first part of "Howl." Gregory Corso arrived late the next day, missing the historic reading, at which he had been scheduled to read.
In 1978, she married the Surrealist-Beat Generation poet Philip Lamantia (1927–2005), who lectured at the Art Institute and San Francisco State University. Peters participated with Lamantia in the World Surrealist Exhibition in Chicago in 1976, and they sometimes read together at such events as a benefit for Hopi and Navajo traditional peoples and the Santa Barbara Poetry Festival, and they recorded for the San Francisco Poetry Center Archives. Fourteen of her poems were published in a Black Swan Press chapbook entitled "It’s In the Wind". Her poetry was included in "Surrealist Women, An International Anthology" and in "Anthologie des Poètes Surréalistes Américains".
Through April 18, 2012, King amassed $74,350 in campaign contributions, compared to $4,800 for Garza. Only 15 percent of King's contributions came from within District 80, but he did receive a contribution from wealthy Laredo businessman Steve LaMantia. Garza said that most of King's contributions came from lobbyists and political action committees beyond the district.
Gervais attended Saint Michael's College in Vermont, where he earned his B.A. in English Literature in 1969. He also attended San Francisco State University, where he studied poetry with Robert Creeley and Philip Lamantia. In 1980 he earned his Master of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute.
Lamantia read poems by his dead friend John Hoffman. McClure read "Point Lobos Animism" and "For the Death of 100 Whales"; Snyder, "A Berry Feast"; and Whalen, "Plus Ca Change." Most famously, it was at this reading that Allen Ginsberg first presented his poem "Howl".
Arsenal/Surrealist Subversion is an extremely sporadically appearing surrealist magazine published in Chicago and edited by Franklin Rosemont, though The Beat Page claims Philip Lamantia was a "contributing editor". The first issue of the magazine was published in autumn 1970. Four issues have appeared, the second in 1973, the third in 1976 and the fourth and most recent in 1989.
Contributors to Number 3 included Jayne Cortez and Philip Lamantia, a surrealist poet connected to the Beats. It was described as "[a] stunning, lavish, damn huge production, with essays, art, poetry and invective from just about anyone who's anyone... [a]ngry, uncompromising and provocative", with "[m]ind blowing perspectives on just about everything."