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Translation as (Re)Performance (Part 1: Moonstriking) May 13, 2016: In 2014, after fourteen years of reading, researching, and translating the poetry of the polyglot poet Amelia Rosselli, I found myself faced in terms more immediate than ever with the task of [...] by

New Robert Frost Recordings Now Available on PennSound March 10, 2016: At Jacket2, Chris Mustazza reveals the story behind a trove of never-before-heard audio recordings of Robert Frost, which are now available for your listening pleasure at PennSound. As part of my [...] by

Modernism Meets the Phonograph: On the Sound Recordings of Guillaume Apollinaire January 5, 2016: For Jacket2′s series “Clipping,” on “experimental digital analyses of poetry audio,” Chris Mustazza writes about Apollinaire, poetry audio, and experimental French [...] by

Reading Bernadette Mayer’s 25th Anniversary Edition of Sonnets August 5, 2015: A review of the 25th anniversary edition of Bernadette Mayer’s Sonnets (Tender Buttons Press 2014) is up at Omniverse, with a clever (and meaningful!) angle: reviewer RJ Ingram read the book [...] by

PennSound Posts Edgar Lee Masters Audio July 28, 2015: As we continue to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the Spoon River Anthology, we’re thrilled to see Chris Mustazza and the folks at PennSound bring out newly digitized audio recordings [...] by

A Stein Celebration at Jacket2 March 12, 2015: This week Jacket2 and PennSound are rolling some serious Gertrude Stein, with new audio recordings and celebrations of her work. We’ll lead off with this roundup of microreviews of Tender [...] by

Newly Digitized James Weldon Johnson Recordings? Yes, Please! December 3, 2014: This afternoon is the perfect time to put on headphones and listen to some newly digitized recordings of James Weldon Johnson reading his poetry, courtesy of PennSound, and with many thanks to [...] by

Harriet Monroe Reads! October 28, 2014: We’re very grateful to Chris Mustazza and Al Filreis at PennSound for posting this series of recordings of Harriet Monroe, founder of Poetry magazine, and from whom this wee blog’s name [...] by

Fifty Years of Buffalo Poetics Readings Now Digitized! August 28, 2014: How’s that for back to the future? PENNSOUND announces that it has archived fifty years of poetry readings sponsored by the SUNY-Buffalo Poetics Program: from 1963-2003. FIFTY YEARS. Take your [...] by

All the Vachel Lindsay Fit to Play June 4, 2014: A few weeks ago we were intrigued by Chris Mustazza’s inquiries into the provenance of a William Carlos Williams recording made in collaboration with the National Council of Teachers of English [...] by