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B O D Y Literature Reviews The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley March 25, 2014: For their Friday pick last week, B O D Y Literature chose The Letters of Robert Creeley, edited by Kaplan Harris, Peter Baker, and Rod Smith (University of California Press 2014). Stephan Delbos remarks on the unique fact that much of Creeley's influence came through correspondence. More: ...As he writes in 1952: “my place is so much [...] by

Bobbie Louise Hawkins’s Home Videos January 23, 2014: We hope you're like us and can never get too much Bob Creeley and friends. Up today at Jacket2 is a set of home videos shot by Bobbie Louise Hawkins from 1962-1965. From Charles Bernstein: Bobbie Louise Hawkins took these home movies from 1962 to 1965. She provided them to Robert McTavish for his film about the Vancouver poetry [...] by

Penelope Creeley Remembers Robert Creeley & His Books January 23, 2014: [caption id="attachment_80308" align="alignright" width="500"] Photograph by Bruce Jackson [/caption] Penelope Creeley has penned a beautiful essay to commemorate The Notre Dame Symposium on Robert Creeley's Library, taking place on Friday, February 7. The Creeley symposium will feature Granary Books's publisher Steve Clay and scholar Kaplan [...] by

‘Dear Bozo’: Creeley’s Letters to Allen Ginsberg January 13, 2014: A wonderful addition to the world made manifest by the good editors at University of California Press is The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley, edited by Rod Smith, Peter Baker, and Kaplan Harris. You excited? Yeah, so are we! To give a taste of what lies therein, The Allen Ginsberg Project has posted a few short notes Bob wrote to Allen over [...] by

OmniVerse Becomes ZombieVerse! January 3, 2014: The editors over at OmniVerse are bringing out the (living)dead for this month's issue that "features works revived from lost and out-of-print publications, curated by RJ Ingram." And what a parade it is, featuring: a Creeley talk on Emily Dickinson originally publish in Ironwood in 1986, poetry by Laynie Browne from L O R E, more poetry by [...] by

Creeley Broadside from Cuneiform Press? Yes, Please! October 25, 2013: We've been stoked by the Creeley / Dorn connection this month, what with the portfolio of Creeley letters in this month's issue of Poetry. So we were thrilled to see the good folks at Cuneiform Press offering super-discounted broadsides of a Creeley poem "Oh, Do You Remember," which was written for Ed Dorn. From the CP site: For just 48 [...] by

By the Letter: Creeley, Eigner, Dorn, & Zukofsky October 23, 2013: The four letters by Robert Creeley in our October 2013 issue trace some of his evolving feelings toward poetry (and Poetry) over the course of the fifties and sixties. These letters to Larry Eigner, Jonathan Williams (jokingly called “dad”), Edward Dorn, and Louis Zukofsky offer insight into Creeley's poetics, his daily life, and his [...] by

We Can’t Wait for 2014: Selected Letters of Robert Creeley is on the Way! July 29, 2013: We're already saving up for The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley, edited by Rod Smith, Peter Baker, and Kaplan Harris, to-be-published by UC Press. It's due in January 2014, to be precise. A first announcement was made this weekend and there's already a page set aside on the UC Press website, about the book. The book's description goes a [...] by

From Jacket2: A Brief History of the Buffalo Poetics Program June 10, 2013: Jacket 2 presents this stellar feature about the history of the Buffalo Poetics Program. The constellated survey includes a collection of links to articles about the program such as a Selected Bibliography of Buffalo Publications: 1960-1996, compiled by Kristin Prevallet, A History of Poetics at Buffalo: 1960-1990 (a timeline from Cynthia [...] by

Happy Birthday, Bob! May 21, 2013: We'd be remiss to leave off without giving birthday wishes to Robert Creeley, who would have been 87 today. We have poems galore here to celebrate, and other accoutrement. Thanks also to Chris Stevens for pointing us to this lecture by Creeley on Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan. Enjoy! by