Diana Di Prima

Diana Di Prima’s Revolutionary Letters represent an ongoing record of writing from the struggle for radical and unlimited form of political, intellectual and poetic change. Di Prima’s book points a way forward through a set of interventions, adjustments, recommendations, and calls to action that demand that we see our liberation in writing as well as in the street. After all, Di Prima writes, “…the best thing to do with a mimeograph is to drop it / from a five story window, on the head of a cop.”