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‘Pour la beauté du geste’ / Leos Carax, Poet of the Cinema August 12, 2014: At the Frieze blog, Tom von Logue Newth wrote, in 2012, about one of our favorite directors, and “real assumed” “poet of the cinema,” Leos Carax. There are not many poets left [...] by

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