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Just Out: Anthology Issue of The Volta

February 1st, 2014 · No Comments · Anthology, Essays, Poetics, Poetry, Translation

“The February issue of The Volta is up and features a special issue on poetry and poetics anthologies, with responses, essays, conversations, and interviews by the editors of  many, many poetry anthologies.” Evening Will Come: anthology feature: Laynie Browne; Tina Chang, Nathalie Handal, & Ravi Shankar, Joshua Corey & G.C. Waldrep; Rita Dove & Jericho Brown; Michael […]

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VillaNova University Event on Maghreb Anthology

December 1st, 2013 · 1 Comment · Anthology, Arab Culture, Book Presentation, Maghrebi Literature, Poetry, Translation

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RainTaxi Review

November 8th, 2013 · 1 Comment · Anthology, Book Review

POEMS FOR THE MILLENNIUM Volume Four: North African Literature Edited by Pierre Joris and Habib Tengour multiple translators University of California Press ($39.95) by Brooke Horvath The first two volumes of Poems for the Millenniumanthologized experimental poetries from the fin de siècle to the end of the twentieth century; the third gathered those Romantic and Post-Romantic […]

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Ron Silliman on Millennium 4

March 12th, 2013 · 1 Comment · Amazigh Poetry, Anthology, Arab Culture, Berber Literature, Book Review, Maghrebi Literature, Poetry, Translation

Extracted from a larger piece on Silliman’s blog on a number of new & recent anthologies (check out the whole post here): (…) Another anthology available from UC Press that is a “must own” item is Poems for the Millennium, Volume Four: The University of California Book of North African Literature, co-edited by Pierre Joris &Habib Tengour. It’s not a […]

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The Maghrebi anthology …

December 23rd, 2012 · 6 Comments · Anthology, Book Launch, Maghreb, Uncategorized

…or the book Habib Tengour & I kept referring to as Diwan Iffrikyia all the years we worked on it, & that UCP calls The University of California Book of North African Literature, has now its Amazon site, which does allow you to check out the table of contents and read some (20%, they say) of the […]

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American Hybrid on Reality Street

October 6th, 2012 · No Comments · Anthology, Criticism, Poetry

A week or so ago I posted a link to Peter Riley’s review of the American Hybrid anthology [here] in the Fortnightly Review; poet & publisher Ken Edwards has just published a piece on this review & anthology on his Reality Street site, which begins as follows: Is it all over? Posted by Ken Edwards on Friday, October […]

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Peter Riley Reviews American Hybrid

September 20th, 2012 · 2 Comments · Anthology, Criticism, Poetry

Fascinating review of Cole Swensen and David St. John’s  American Hybrid anthology by Peter Riley in the British Fortnightly Review; first paras below:  IT CAN BE very difficult dealing as a reviewer with a body of poetry with which you feel you have been involved. This anthology collects poets mostly active from the 1990s to the present, […]

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A Wonderful Way of Having My Holidays Spoiled!

July 25th, 2012 · 5 Comments · Anthology, Maghrebi Literature, Poems for the Millennium, Translation

So here I was, barely set up in my Pyrenean retreat, the lousy Euro-weather just beginning to switch to summer warmth, when, whamm! here come the 750+ page proofs for  Poems for the Millennium, Volume 4: The University of California Book of North African Literature. They’ll keep me busy until I return to NYC (I’ll holiday […]

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Jonas Mekas on Penguin Anthology

May 15th, 2012 · 2 Comments · Anthology, Poetry Cuisine, Poets

A letter from Kimberley Lyons: Dear friends,  Please click on the link and choose video diary link in the text to watch Jonas Mekas, with help of Vyt Bakaitis, herald the excluded works from a new anthology from Penguin.

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Review of 4X1

March 8th, 2012 · No Comments · Anthology, Poetry, Translation

An interesting review of 4X1 on Through the Skylight blog: The Future of Antithologies and the Joris Example Posted on March 6, 2012 by Daniel With poetry anthologies always determined by geography, genre, genus, gender, or group dynamics, it’s a joy to come across one that presents an odd assemblage of writers and unseen connections.  In 4 X 1 Pierre Joris, a Luxembourgian […]

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