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Of Another Time: Frederic Tuten Remembers Harry Mathews February 6, 2017: Frederic Tuten remembers Harry Mathews, who passed last month (we’re still in disbelief). Tuten met Mathews “in the summer of 1988 or 1989 at a garden party at the painter Larry Rivers’ [...] by

RIP Harry Mathews, 1930–2017 January 26, 2017: Le Monde has confirmed the news that poet, writer, translator, and Oulipo member Harry Mathews has died. The Paris Review Daily reports the news in English. “In Harry, the Review has lost one [...] by

Harry Mathews Interviewed by Barbara Henning at EOAGH June 27, 2014: EOAGH has an interview up with Harry Mathews, conducted by Barbara Henning! These two have been corresponding for years, sayeth BH. This particular conversation focuses on the women of Oulipo, who we [...] by

Oulipo in Poetry: Mathews, Pastior, and Roubaud June 20, 2014: Readers of Harry Mathews’s poem in our June issue, “Cool Gales Shall Fan the Glades,” may be aware that he was the first American to become a member of Oulipo, a group known for creating [...] by

Constrain yourself: 50 years of Oulipo November 18, 2010: The 2010 Conference on Constrained Poetry promises lectures and workshops on the language of numerology, “poetical mathematics,” and other startling discoveries in the in field of [...] by