New PDF release: A Guide to Poetics Journal: Writing in the Expanded Field,

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ISBN-13: 9780819571229

Lyn Hejinian and Barrett Watten are across the world famous poet/critics. jointly they edited the hugely influential Poetics magazine, whose ten concerns, released among 1982 and 1998, contributed to the surge of curiosity within the perform of poetics. A consultant to Poetics Journal provides the main conversations and debates from the magazine, and invitations readers to extend at the serious and artistic engagements they represent.

In making their decisions for the consultant, the editors have sought to exhibit various leading edge poetics and to point the range of fields and actions with which they could be engaged. The creation and headnotes through the editors supply historic and thematic context for the articles.

The advisor is meant to be of sustained inventive and lecture room use, whereas the spouse Archive of all ten problems with Poetics Journal permits clients to remix, remaster, and expand its practices and debates.

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23. When the driver stopped for arak at a gas station the color of pomegranates/smeared plums/Syrian lavender/ I was texting Ani back in Boston—the send-icon spinning nowhere. 24. ) about the wall that came down at Stonewall, before we all/ and then/and how/ the Humpty Dumpy faggot cops, handcuffed women, Van Ronk and company too. Fairies weren’t supposed to fight back; 40 someone doused the bar with lighter fluid— the street was Jackson Pollock smashed, pay phones toilets jukebox cigarette machines— we hung our peacock-embellished texts on the graffiti-ripped plaster of Christopher Street spectral emanations rose off the curb.

19 Providence/Teheran, ’79 1. I was held together by tranquilizers and the weft of a prayer rug, my back dislodged; all I could do was stare from the floor at the TV screen glowing with blurred color, my books out of reach, on the floor like Japanese fans— the ones I had been cramming—for my prelims— the ones—by Bill McLoughlin on American evangelicals. I saw the Seven Seals in the neon light of the Newport Creamery, heard trumpets of the Baptists blowing down the walls of American cities and who was I to say—doped up on pain killers—when the balustrade of the US embassy disappeared in Kalashnikov smoke on the TV screen, and students broke the gate with their signs and fists and chants in Farsi.

The first colleague said his idea of the poem was too big for any life to carry and so the end was inevitable. ” 19 Providence/Teheran, ’79 1. I was held together by tranquilizers and the weft of a prayer rug, my back dislodged; all I could do was stare from the floor at the TV screen glowing with blurred color, my books out of reach, on the floor like Japanese fans— the ones I had been cramming—for my prelims— the ones—by Bill McLoughlin on American evangelicals. I saw the Seven Seals in the neon light of the Newport Creamery, heard trumpets of the Baptists blowing down the walls of American cities and who was I to say—doped up on pain killers—when the balustrade of the US embassy disappeared in Kalashnikov smoke on the TV screen, and students broke the gate with their signs and fists and chants in Farsi.

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