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Impossible Monsters: Sunset Boulevard to Trog April 25, 2014: with Chris Warrington Fantasy abandoned by reason produces impossible monsters: united with her, she is the mother of the arts and the origin of their marvels. (epigraph for capricho No. 43 from [...] by

Saying What (It) Is April 15, 2014: About twelve years ago it entered my mind that no matter how much I thought about what I do—poetry, art, music—I had never arrived at a final thought about what poetry or art or music is. The [...] by

‘PAUSE’ IS THE TENDEREST BUTTON: On Shiv Kotecha’s EXTRIGUE April 7, 2014: In which I talk about reading EXTRIGUE & Shiv Kotecha  talks about making EXTRIGUE Divya: Reading EXTRIGUE Everywhere—at the Jewish Community gym locker rooms and on the NFTA train from [...] by

Recombinatory Enumerations April 2, 2014: I was delighted, if a bit apprehensive, when invited to blog for Harriet during Poetry Month this April. I don’t really think of myself as a blogger. In fact, not at all. I’m a fairly slow [...] by

NYT Reviews Lawrence Ferlinghetti Documentary February 25, 2013: Over at the New York Times, Daniel M Gold has reviewed Christopher Felver’s documentary on “poet, publisher, activist and San Francisco eminence” Lawrence Ferlinghettti. The film [...] by

Poets on Film–The Chick Flix Series at Delirious Hem January 9, 2013: Poet Jennifer L. Knox is curating “The Chick Flix Series,” a group of essays on women in film, at Delirious Hem. Of course, we love it when poets tell us about the poems that inspire [...] by

Jack Kerouac’s Big Sur, now on film June 28, 2010: Curt Worden has directed the documentary film One Fast Move or I’m Gone: Kerouac’s Big Sur. Director Curt Worden follows unsurprising documentary form by offering too many visuals of [...] by

“Poetry” a Palme d’Or Contender at Cannes May 21, 2010: Director Lee Chang-dong’s film is looking for something that can’t be seen: For South Korean film director Lee Chang-dong, “Poetry,” in the running for this year’s Palme [...] by

Michael Haneke: Filmmaker of Bad Faith January 6, 2010: This past weekend I saw Austrian director Michael Haneke’s newest film, The White Ribbon. Seeing any film by Haneke I go to it with a mild feeling of dread. His films are hard to watch; they often [...] by