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Posts Tagged ‘William Corbett’

Fanny Howe’s Beautiful Paris Review Interview December 21, 2016: Fanny Howe discusses Samuel Beckett, poetry, filmmaking, moviegoing, and the monk’s life with longtime friend William Corbett in a new interview for Paris Review. “When I’m at the [...] by

Fred Moten Discusses Stevie Wonder, Bill Corbett, With Yale News December 5, 2016: On the occasion of his reading at Yale, Fred Moten spoke with Yale News’s Zulfiqar Mannan about his early influences and current routines. “It’s funny; for a long time even though I was [...] by

Fanny Howe & Bill Corbett Talk Fiction & Poetry at Literary Hub November 4, 2016: A longtime Boston resident (and recent Brooklyn transplant), Bill Corbett is the publisher behind Pressed Wafer. In this Literary Hub interview, he visits Fanny Howe in her Cambridge “brick [...] by

Now Available: William Corbett’s Elegies for Michael Gizzi May 8, 2012: Good news for Michael Gizzi fans: Kat Ran Press has just published (in a regular, affordable edition) Elegies for Michael Gizzi, sixteen poems written by William Corbett that celebrate both his [...] by