Douglas Blazek

Douglas Blazek (born 1941) is a poet who affected American letters during the 1960s as a publisher and major force in "underground," i.e., non-mainstream press poetry. Blazek authored and edited 35 publications and appeared in over 1,300 periodicals since 1961 and is recognized as one of the founders of the "Mimeo Revolution"--a literary publishing movement through which he was instrumental in bringing non-establishment poets such as Charles Bukowski to the limelight. In 1984, dissatisfied with...See more