I'm reading an article about Beat Generation / Beat poets, and it goes:
Ginsberg arranged for six seriously decent unknown poets to read at the Six Gallery on Fillmore Street. The invitation promised “Allen Ginsberg blowing hot; Gary Snyder blowing cool,” as well as “abandon, noise, strange pictures on walls, Oriental music, lurid poetry. Extremely serious.”
What does Allen Ginsberg "blowing hot" and Gary Snyder "blowing cool" mean in this context? Although I've found the idiom "blow hot and cold" from the dictionary, I still don't understand what this sentence means.