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I is not a subject: Part 5 of 5 May 1, 2013: This is the fifth part of a five-part paper, a version of which was given April 26, 2013 as the keynote address at the symposium, "Lament of the Makers: Conceptualism and Poetic Freedom," hosted by the Princeton Graduate Colloquium on Contemporary Poetry. Other symposium participants were Timothy Donnelly, Jena Osman, and Kent Johnson. Monica de [...] by

I is not a subject: Part 4 of 5 April 30, 2013: This is the fourth part of a five-part paper, a version of which was given April 26, 2013 as the keynote address at the symposium, "Lament of the Makers: Conceptualism and Poetic Freedom," hosted by the Princeton Graduate Colloquium on Contemporary Poetry. Other symposium participants were Timothy Donnelly, Jena Osman, and Kent Johnson. Monica de [...] by

I is not a subject: Part 3 of 5 April 29, 2013: This is the third part of a five-part paper, a version of which was given April 26, 2013 as the keynote address at the symposium, "Lament of the Makers: Conceptualism and Poetic Freedom," hosted by the Princeton Graduate Colloquium on Contemporary Poetry. Other symposium participants were Timothy Donnelly, Jena Osman, and Kent Johnson. Monica de [...] by

I is not a subject: Part 2 of 5 April 29, 2013: This is the second part of a five-part paper, a version of which was given April 26, 2013 as the keynote address at the symposium, "Lament of the Makers: Conceptualism and Poetic Freedom," hosted by the Princeton Graduate Colloquium on Contemporary Poetry. Other symposium participants were Timothy Donnelly, Jena Osman, and Kent Johnson. Monica de [...] by

I is not a subject: Part 1 of 5 April 26, 2013: This is the first part of a five-part paper, a version of which was given April 26, 2013 as the keynote address at the symposium, "Lament of the Makers: Conceptualism and Poetic Freedom," hosted by the Princeton Graduate Colloquium on Contemporary Poetry. Other symposium participants were Timothy Donnelly, Jena Osman, and Kent Johnson. Monica de [...] by

Praise Song for the ★ April 17, 2013:   Each day ★ go about our business, walking past each ★, catching each ★’s eyes or not, about to speak or speaking.   All about ★ is noise. All about ★ is noise and bramble, thorn and din, each one of our ★s  on our tongues.   Some ★ is stitching up a hem, darning a hole in a [...] by

Is a Lick the Same as a Lyric? April 9, 2013: At a recent, and it’s always the last place you look, discussion on materialism,[i] there was a lovely tense moment during which the philosopher’s desire for transcendental materialism (less contemplation, more matter) and the art critic’s desire for material transcendence (less reification, more contextualization) came into a sort of [...] by

The King’s Breakfast April 2, 2013:   In a phenomenon known as Delayed Auditory Feedback, if your speech is played back to you with a slight delay—between 9.2 and 192 milliseconds later—it becomes quite difficult for you to continue to speak. There are some technological jamming variables: it is harder to read than extemporize, and the jam doesn’t trip up nonsense, if [...] by

The Death of the Text: Kenneth Goldsmith at the White House May 19, 2011: Who: Kenneth Goldsmith What: The White House Poetry Reading When: Wendesday, May 11, 2011 Where: Washington D.C. “Open Door” features audio, video, and online media to document dynamic interactions between poetry and its audience. “Open Door” showcases performance, scholarship, and engagement outside the usual boundaries of [...] by