Doug Draime - Biography & Archive

Doug Draime (1943-2015) emerged as a presence in the 'underground' literary movement in the late1960's in Los Angeles, California. A Senior Literary Editor for The Commonline Journal, Draime's books include: Knox County (Kendra Steiner Editions) and Los Angeles Terminal (Covert Press), Boulevards Of Oblivion (Tainted Coffee Press), Farrago Soup (Coatlism Press), and More Than The Alley (Interior Noise Press). Draime was awarded PEN grants in 1987 and 1992. Born in Vincennes, Indiana, Draime lived in the foothills of Oregon since the early 1980's until his death in 2015.

Archive
Doug Draime's work in The Commonline Journal
You Might As Well Dance Until the Fat Lady Sings (2009, #012)
Walking On Water (2009, #011)
Tracks (2009, #011)
Scattered: Configurations Of Matter In Time And Space (2008, #006)
To Know Something (2008, #006)
the sids & cyd (2008, #005)
In Plain Sight (2008, #005)
Some of my Teachers (2007, #004)
125 Dollars a Year (2007, #004)
Outside Cafe on Sunset Boulevard (2007, #001)
Poems Like Jackson Mac Low (2007, #001)

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