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A literary trinity

I had the privilege of attending a reading, a writing workshop, and a book talk–the first and last of which included a question-and-answer session with author, Eileen Myles. 264 more words

Frank O'Hara (read by David Sedaris) and John Ashbery on the new Paris Review podcast

The latest episode of the Paris Review’s new, eclectic podcast features a few items of interest for fans of the New York School: there are readings of poems, originally published in the Paris Review, by both Frank O’Hara and John Ashbery, along with a poem by Roberto Bolaño, whose status as a New York School fan himself I’ve written about… 165 more words

Frank O'Hara

Afterglow (A Dog Memoir)

The thing is—I’m a cat person.

It’s not that I dislike dogs—I like them a lot. But if it’s true that there are only two types of people in the world, that being cat people or dog people, I’m a cat person. 308 more words

2017 Vancouver Writers Fest

Choose Listen

A fluffy snow fell. I slept late. Tried not to feel guilty. On our walk (trusty ear buds in place) a little of my soul was restored by the smart pundits behind “Pod Save America”. 302 more words

Slavery

Dear Music

November, 1, 2017

I’m going to Estonia in two weeks. Do you know any Estonian writers or musicians?

I have a huge crush on Eileen Myles you know. 450 more words

polish journal for american studies on innovation in american poetry

CHARLES BERNSTEIN

Kaper Bartczak and Małgorzata Myk edited this issue on American poetry for the Polish Journal of American Studies: Ashbery, Peter Gizzi, Eileen Myles, Susan Howe / David Grubbs, Schuyler, Rankine, Christian Bök, McCaffery

http://jacket2.org/commentary/polish-journal-american-studies-innovation-american-poetry

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Segnali E Azioni

Thanksgiving Dailies 2017

John Berryman – Minnesota Thanksgiving

For that free Grace bringing us past great risks
& thro’ great griefs surviving to this feast
sober & still, with the children unborn and born, 186 more words