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Posts Tagged ‘Clark Coolidge’

The Language of Caves for Clark Coolidge November 6, 2015: “A language and culture grow up around caving; for Coolidge, it is already a poetics.” At Jacket2, Rachael M. Wilson looks at Clark Coolidge’s “sustained engagement with [...] by

T H E D I S T A N C E S and / or C I T I E S (9) April 27, 2015: Jason Morris of PUSH (& Big Bell) ushered out this lovely thin pamphlet a few weeks ago. He had come across recordings of two class talks given by poet Clark Coolidge at Naropa in July of 1977. [...] by

Shoot, If That Ain’t Too Pretty April 17, 2015: CUNY Chapbook Festival March 31-April 2, 2015 I always try to spend at least a bit of time at the CUNY Chapbook Festival, an annual few-day event staged at the Graduate Center’s main building on [...] by

Palmette August 25, 2014: David Larsen is the Swiss Army knife of friends. Poet, Arabist, visual artist, classicist, guerilla chef and hip-hop whiz, he’s that “gateway” person who turns you on to interests you didn’t [...] by

Help Ugly Duckling Presse to Safety! August 15, 2014: S.O.S. says Ugly Duckling Presse! The publisher of poetry, art books, dossiers, and all things magnifique is struggling to finance this next season’s print-run. UDP is in the middle of a [...] by

Classic Lineup August 4, 2014: I only just learned that Guided By Voices is back together. Rod Smith had them on in the car as we zipped past the Washington National Cathedral, America’s valentine to the Middle Ages it didn’t [...] by

At Jacket 2, Tyrone Williams on The Crystal Text June 10, 2014: Wow! We’re so glad to see this thoughtful review by Tyrone Williams of Craig Dworkin‘s recent title, The Crystal Text, published by Compline Editions, posted at Jacket 2. Craig Dworkin, [...] by

Self-evidence with Difficulty April 9, 2014: For many years I’ve been interested in difficulty; I suppose in the present context it could be called the poetics of difficulty. I remember at age 14 carrying around the hardback Collected Poems [...] by

On Editing Joglars February 18, 2014: Over the weekend at Jacket2, Tom Orange posted a great history of the post-New American Poetry journal Joglars, edited by Clark Coolidge and (George) Michael Palmer. Orange describes how the magazine [...] by

Bright Red Words April 30, 2013: Most poets I believe love words as objects in themselves. They seem delicious to me, as if I could just pluck one from an overhanging tree and eat it whole. The poet Clark Coolidge said in a poetics [...] by