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Rudy & Jacob Burckhardt films on PennSound Cinema November 19, 2012: A good heads up from Charles Bernstein via Jacket2 of films available now on PennSound. If this lineup doesn't excite you.... Rudy Burckhardt, Director Jane Freilicher, Narration Kenneth Koch, Text Debussy, Poulenc, and Scriabin, Piano Music Frank O'Hara, Music Player Go! There's an audio interview, too.
1984 New York Talk Series at PennSound Daily November 16, 2012: Fresh up at PennSound Daily are 5 talks given during the 1984 series, moderated by Charles Bernstein. A little about the postings: We have a very exciting new addition to announce today: five events from the New York Talks series, curated and moderated by our own Charles Bernstein at 300 Bowery (the home of the Segue Foundation and [...]
R.I.P. Anne-Marie Albiach November 5, 2012: We have sad news to report by way of Jacket2, French poet Anne-Marie Albiach died on Sunday. From Charles Bernstein's obituary for Albiach: The great French poet Anne-Marie Albiach died today, after a long illness. Albiach was born in 1937 and for many years lived in Neuilly sur Seine on the outskirts of Paris. Her major [...]
There’s No Argufying Over These Companions to Charles Bernstein September 20, 2012: Joshua Weiner, at the Los Angeles Review of Books, has just published an essay on Charles Bernstein's Attack of the Difficult Poems, noting that its title, but acourse, is "[poking] fun at the inadequacy many of us feel when faced with a literary work that seems to announce, and even gloat in, its resistance to being read." Weiner then [...]
Matvei Yankelevich and Charles Bernstein, In Conversation September 11, 2012: The new episode of Art on Air's "Close Listening" features this conversation between Matvei Yankelevich and Charles Bernstein. From the website: Matvei Yankelevich talks with Charles Bernstein about "Some Words for Dr. Vogt," his grandmother Yelenna Bonner and growing up in an American center of Soviet dissidence, the relation of [...]
Wordsmertz! Red Letter! What Coulda Been L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E August 6, 2012: From the archive: Charles Bernstein and Bruce Andrews compiled a list of alternate titles for L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E (1977). We're partial to "New Broom" and "Lack's Flap." From Bernstein's blog on Jacket2: Read the full posting here.
Matvei Yankelevich on Charles Bernstein’s Close Listening June 19, 2012: Charles Bernstein featured Matvei Yankelevich on his radio program Close Listening! Hooray. Originally aired on Monday, June 18th, 2012: Matvei Yankelevich reads from Alpha Donut, his 2012 United Artists collection of poems, and from a new poem, "Some Words for Dr. Vogt". Born in Moscow and currently based in Brooklyn, Yankelevich is [...]
Renate Stendahl places recent Gertrude Stein controversy in context June 7, 2012: Over at Tikkun, the debate around Gertrude Stein's wartime activities is articulated at length, including Barbara Will's claim that Stein essentially wanted the Nobel Peace Prize for Hitler. "Why the Witch Hunt?" asks Stein scholar and translator Renate Stendhal. For it's not just in the literary world or on Bernstein's blog at Jacket2 where [...]
The L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E of Libretto March 15, 2012: PennSound has been featuring videos of Charles Bernstein and Ben Yarmolinsky's early-90s operatic collaborations. If you can liberate yourself from work today for a brief listen, you won't be disappointed!
Final version of Celan’s The Meridian published May 11, 2011: Both Hyperion Art Journal and Charles Bernstein have pointed out that Paul Celan's The Meridian, a speech written for his 1960 acceptance of the Georg Büchner Prize in literature, has been republished in a definitive edition by Stanford University Press, translated by Pierre Joris and edited by Bernhard Böschenstein and Heino Schmull. The [...]