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Posts Tagged ‘Pier Paolo Pasolini’

If the Sky Darkens: Mental Illness, Poetic Difficulty, & Amelia Rosselli’s War Variations November 7, 2016: I first encountered the work of Amelia Rosselli (1930-1996) in 2006. I had been a loyal customer of Green Integer Editions, which publishes pocket-sized books by a range of international poets. I [...] by

Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Vultures September 3, 2015: I wish I could have seen Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s show “Untitled (Vultures)” (1995). I grew up in South Florida where the vultures are constantly circling. It was actually not until I moved to [...] by

At BOMB: Jonas Mekas Talks to Pier Paolo Pasolini, Rome, 1967 December 19, 2014: We heard this was coming! Jonas Mekas writes about Pier Paolo Pasolini for the newest issue of BOMB! & now, here is me, in the depths of Brooklyn, years later, here I am by my table covered with [...] by

Pasolini Conference Calls for Papers October 22, 2014: Oh, how exciting! Our favorite poet/director/novelist/essayist, Pier Paolo Pasolini, is being remembered and celebrated at Yale University, March 6-7th, marking the 40th anniversary of the [...] by

The Singular Poetry of Pier Paolo Pasolini July 7, 2014: In the new summer issue of Bookforum, Adam Thirwell reviews The Selected Poems of Pier Paolo Pasolini (forthcoming in August from University of Chicago Press). “And so he had really made his [...] by