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Posts Tagged ‘Lyn Hejinian’

It’s Really Here: Aerial Magazine Devotes Entire Issue to Lyn Hejinian November 9, 2015: “It was a message of happiness by which we were called into the room, / as if to receive a birthday present given early”: Quite. Yes, the highly, highly anticipated, long-, long-awaited [...] by

Context/Decontext: A Conversation with Johannes Göransson October 20, 2015: Utrecht, The Netherlands & Notre Dame, Indiana, USA Here is a chance to reflect on book reviewing, and here is something to tell you up front: I am an impossibly slow reader and writer, and no [...] by

Different Movements of Bodies in the City October 5, 2015: Paris, France Part 1: On Opacity “In the memory of a woman there is always the memory of several others, as if to be woman and to be memory were one and the same thing.” - Etel Adnan, Of Cities [...] by

Walt Hunter & Marijeta Bozovic Consider Poetry in Global Terms for Arcade August 26, 2015: The Colloquies at “digital salon” Arcade are something to pore over, particularly for those of us who tend toward the occasional open access. Described as “a changing index to [...] by

Lisa Russ Spaar Visits the Potent Minimalism of Rae Armantrout & Ye Chun May 12, 2015: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, Lisa Russ Spaar looks back at the second books of Rae Armantrout and Ye Chun. Spaar had us at Tuumba: “I was pleased to find that the University of Virginia [...] by

Stars, Poetry—Part I: Aries, Taurus, Gemini May 12, 2014: I approach the language of the stars as symbolic patterns, and use astrology and other symbolic systems as forms of advanced pattern recognition. Here is the first of four meditations where I work my [...] by

Avant-Garde Cooptation April 7, 2014: What follows is a brief account of avant-garde cooptation at work in conceptual writing and the related practice of “curating” digital archives of experimental art and literature. First what was [...] by

New Books Include an Important Guide to Poetics & Act Like Polka Dot August 15, 2013: New books new books! Both of these are getting into our windows. For one: CAConrad has just published Act Like Polka Dot on Minnie Mouse’s Skirt, with Albion Books, published by Brian Teare. [...] by

The Poet’s Ear (Part 4) April 24, 2013: In my last post I used Robert Creeley’s “I Know a Man” to illustrate the basic principle behind torque: that of twisting or swerving away from an expected cadential trajectory. Creeley’s [...] by

Michael Robbins Reviews Lyn Hejinian for the Chicago Tribune March 25, 2013: Over at the Chicago Tribune, Michael Robbins reviews Lyn Hejinian’s My Life and My Life in the Nineties, recently reprinted together by Welseyan University Press, as we mentioned the other day. [...] by