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Posts Tagged ‘Steven Zultanski’

Steven Zultanski’s Very ‘Post-Internet Poetry’ in The New Yorker March 10, 2015: Kenny Goldsmith has done the world a favor by bringing to The New Yorker’s attention Steven Zultanski’s new book, Bribery (Ugly Duckling Presse 2014) in the context of [...] by

Trisha Low Considers the Male Confessional January 26, 2015: At Lemon Hound: Trisha Low reviews not one, but two books for us; and in the interest of parallelism, Harriet is friends with Trisha Low. “I guess there are certain things that one is obligated [...] by

Steven Zultanski’s Methodical & Tender Bribery January 6, 2015: Just before the New Year, Ugly Duckling Presse published Steven Zultanski’s newest book, Bribery, an unabating narration of criminal acting and readyfound atrocity that “should be put on [...] by

Talks From Copenhagen REVERSE Festival: Steven Zultanski on Conceptual Writing, Vanessa Place on Divya Victor’s ‘Race Card’ October 13, 2014: Just a few weeks ago, an international poetry festival—REVERSE 2014—took place in Copenhagen. Participating poets and scholars were Steven Zultanski, Vanessa Place, and Robert Fitterman from [...] by

Lyric As a Genre Among Other Genres / Reading Lawrence Giffin Through Steven Zultanski August 19, 2014: One to note at Jacket2: Steven Zultanski reviews “tricky book” Christian Name (Ugly Duckling Presse 2012), by Lawrence Giffin. Why tricky? “[I]t’s the kind of book that seems to [...] by

Robert Fitterman on Political Poetry: Not a Vice, at Vice July 10, 2014: What’s a political poet? Is the world “brimming over with a new political poetry”? Robert Fitterman explicates the haves from the have nots in his most recent article, and considers [...] by

Not a Matter of Resisting Interpretation: Steven Zultanski on Vanessa Place’s Statement of Facts November 2, 2012: Steven Zultanski gives Vanessa Place’s much-discussed Statement of Facts (Blanc Press 2010) the short, nay thorough, statement at Jacket2. Zultanski offers 1) Context, 2) The relativist’s [...] by