Piero Heliczer, Italian-American poet, small-press publisher, film-maker, actor, died in a motor accident in 1993 in France. His poems were collected into a single volume, A Purchase in the White Botanica, by Gerard Malanga in 2001.
You can listen to Heliczer reading some of his poems at PennSound.
Here’s a review of the White Botanica in Jacket magazine.
Here’s an obituary by Tom Raworth in The Independent.
The attentive listener will note that Heliczer’s reading of ‘you coul[d] hear the snow dripping and falling into the deers mouth’ is not as written (The Lipstick of Noise).
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