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Seeing from Between: Toward a Poetics of Interloping April 29, 2014: Happenstance (part one of many parts), 1982-83 from Gary Hill on Vimeo. All men are sisters. Madeline Gins Poetry is translation. It takes one kind of experienced or thought reality and turns it into [...] by

Robert Duncan as Visual Artist April 28, 2014: Over dinner last night with Paule Anglim I realized this was the perfect time to ask about Robert Duncan as a visual artist.  As many of you know, Paule Anglim is a San Francisco gallerist who [...] by

Singular Voices April 22, 2014: art is (Speaking Portraits), Vol. II When for art is/poetry is/music is I first began asking poets, artists and musicians to say on camera what it— poetry, et al.—is, some people said, “How [...] by

Blake, Contemporaneously April 17, 2014: For the eye altering alters all William Blake, “The Mental Traveler” Who reads Blake? The easy answer is almost everyone who reads poetry—that is, has read some Blake—and can quote something. [...] by

Self-evidence with Difficulty April 9, 2014: For many years I’ve been interested in difficulty; I suppose in the present context it could be called the poetics of difficulty. I remember at age 14 carrying around the hardback Collected Poems [...] by

Patrick James Dunagan at the Zenith of Duncan Publications March 11, 2014: We are so on board for this one! At Bookslut, Patrick James Dunagan on the heyday of Duncan publication: With publication of Robert Duncan’s The Collected Later Poems and Plays and The [...] by

At Hyperallergic, Jess Collins and Robert Duncan’s World Illustrated February 13, 2014: In time for the NYU Grey Art Gallery’s An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and Their Circle, Christopher Lyon takes a close look at Jess Collins and Robert Duncan’s magical [...] by

Hyperallergic Rediscovers Jess January 24, 2014: Like we said! If our reportage on An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and Their Circle hasn’t encouraged you yet to take a gander at the Grey Art Gallery, at NYU– perhaps this [...] by

On the ‘Minor’ Ambition of Denise Levertov January 22, 2014: The Collected Poems of Denise Levertov is reviewed by Adam Plunkett for The Nation. “’There are so many pressures on me,’ Levertov told Duncan. ‘I am only half here.’ She [...] by

‘An Opening of the Field’ Travels to NY January 17, 2014: One of the high points of the summer of 2013 was certainly the exhibition “An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and Their Circle.” We poked and prodded to get you all to Sacramento to [...] by