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Rest in Peace, C.K. Williams, 1936–2015 September 21, 2015: He was born Charles Kenneth Williams in Newark in 1936 and went on to become one of the most significant voices in contemporary American poetry. We learned this morning that C.K. Williams died at the [...]
Memento Mori: C.K. Williams’s Memories of Galway Kinnell at The New Yorker November 3, 2014: At The New Yorker, C.K. Williams honors Galway Kinnell, who passed away early last week. Kinnell and Williams knew each other for half a century and according to Williams, Kinnell “never [...]
From the Franco Files: C. K. Williams’s Tar Becomes Film November 12, 2013: Hey, wouldn’t it be great if James Franco starred in a movie that showcased poetry? Wait no longer ye rock dwellers, we found out yesterday that an adaptation of C. K. Williams’s 1983 [...]
NYT Books Reviews C.K. Williams and Cynthia Cruz January 3, 2013: Over at the New York Times books section, Dana Jennings is getting positively morbid with a dual review of C.K. Williams’s Writers Writing Dying and Cynthia Cruz’s The Glimmering Room. [...]
Baroqueness: Gertrude Stein, C.K. Williams, John Donne, Peter Paul Rubens, John Milton, Frank O’Hara April 20, 2012: “Where’s SARDINES?” All that’s left is just letters, “It was too much,” Mike says. –Frank O’Hara, from “Why I am Not a Painter.” O’Hara and Goldberg [...]
Don’t Wax the Poem April 1, 2010: Nerdiness is flashing a full frontal when you haven’t waxed and aren’t really an exhibitionist.