Saturday, September 04, 2010

 


Don’t neglect to click on the pic

Dyl Dawg

3 hours of Bruce Andrews reading
on KDVS 90.3 FM
Independent community freeform radio
from UC Davis

Your host is Brian Ang

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Friday, September 03, 2010

 

Rae Armantrout

Reading at Studio One
May 7, 2010

Recorded by Andrew Kenower

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Thursday, September 02, 2010

 

An Inventory of Al-Mutanabbi Street

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Wednesday, September 01, 2010

 

The Bards of Somalia

Available only until Saturday, September 4

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

 

Ron Padgett
on the letters from
Ted to Sandy Berrigan

Alfred Starr Hamilton
& the law

Brian Salchert has died

Anxiety in Whitman’s yawp

Kathy Acker’s
last published work

Concerning Cid Corman’s
“little books”

Close-reading Bruce Andrews
with Al Filreis, Sarah Dowling,
Chris Funkhouser & Tan Lin

Natasha Trethewey
on the Mississippi Gulf Coast

Mark Wallace on
Elisa Gabbert, John Cotter, Chris McCreary
& Laura Moriarty

Jordan Davis on
Michael Gottlieb’s
Memoir and Essay

Lydia Davis in Playboy

Four visual poems by Jennifer Scappettone

Kimberly Lyon’s Abracadabra

Talking with Raúl Zurita

Talking with Amy King

More on The New Sentence

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Monday, August 30, 2010

 

A reading by
Frank Samperi

Of the neglected poets of the 1960s onward, Frank Samperi represents something a unique case in that he’d published some 17 books by the time of his early death in 1991. Another five have been published since then. Yet just three of these – Prefiguration, Quadrifarium & Lumen Gloriae, all from Grossman in the early 1970s – got wide distribution at the time. While his poetry often looks on the page like the stripped down poetics of Cid Corman or the shorter works of Louis Zukofsky, two important mentors, Samperi’s impulse was toward the long poem with a decisively Catholic bent. J. Townsend’s “Spiritual Man, Modern Man: The Poetics of Frank Samperi,” in Jacket 36 is available on the web & a second study by Peter O’Leary can be downloaded from Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture in you have access to a library with membership in Project Muse. Most recently, Samperi’s daughter, Claudia Samperi-Warren, has started a website dedicated to her father & his writing. The reading and photo above are both taken from that website. Plus it has an Abebook search tool useful in tracking down copies of his books.

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Sunday, August 29, 2010

 

George Hitchcock

1914 2010

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