Opposing Poetries: Part Two: Readings
Besorgung - Lieferbarkeit unbestimmt
BeschreibungA collection of essays on the state of contemporary experimental poetry.
InhaltsverzeichnisOutlaw to classic - the poetry of Charles Berstein and Ron Silliman; language writing, or literary history and the strange case of the two Dr Williamses; a reading of Lyn Hejinian's "My life"; "Travelling many direction'd crossings" - on the poetry of Rachel Blaue DuPleiss; "Singing into the draft" - Susan Howe's textual frontiers; partial to error - Joan Retallack's "Errata suite"; "To make equality less drab" - the writing of Bruce Andrews; thinking about it - David Antin's "Selected poems 1963-1973"; mouth to mouth - Douglas Messerli's "Maxims from my mother's milk/Hymns to him - a dialogue"; Charles Berstein's "Dark city" - Polis, policy and the policing of poetry; atomic epistemology and consituent knowledge - James Sherry's "Our nuclear heritage"; reading and writing Ron Silliman's "Demo to ink".
PortraitHank Lazer is Professor of English and Assistant Dean for Humanities and Fine Arts at the University of Alabama. He has published widely in both poetry and criticism.
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: NORTHWESTERN UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: August 1996
Seitenanzahl: 207 Seiten