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Jackson Mac Low Writing Through Ezra

October 15th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Criticism, Poetry, Poetry readings, Radio

Writing through Ezra (PoemTalk #46) Jackson Mac Low, “Words nd Ends from Ez” POEMTALK Jackson Mac Low, Ezra Pound LISTEN TO THE SHOW Writes Al Filreis, PoemTalk’s producer & host: PoemTalk travelled to Bard College, where we gathered with Charles Bernstein, Pierre Joris, and Bard’s own Joan Retallack to talk about Jackson Mac Low‘s Words nd Ends from Ez (1989). The project was […]

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Charles Bernstein Interview in Brooklyn Rail…

June 3rd, 2011 · No Comments · Book Launch, Book Review, Criticism, Cultural Studies, Essays, Intellectuals, Interview, Poetics, Poetry

… check it out, excellent! Charles Bernstein by Phong Bui CHARLES BERNSTEIN with Adam Fitzgerald by Charles Bernstein Charles Bernstein is the author of Attack of the Difficult Poems: Essays and Inventions (University of Chicago Press, 2011); All the Whiskey in Heaven: Selected Poems (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2010); Blind Witness: Three American Operas (Factory School, 2008); and Girly […]

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Charles Bernstein Reads "All the Whiskey in Heaven"

April 9th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Performance, Poetry readings

At Kelly Writers House last night, Charles Bernstein reads the title poem of his just-published volume of selected poems, All the Whiskey in Heaven:

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Book Party for "All the Whiskey in Heaven"

April 8th, 2010 · No Comments · Book Launch

A poetry reading and book party with Charles Bernstein celebrating the release of All the Whiskey in Heaven 6:00 PM in the Arts Cafe The Kelly Writers House 3805 Locust Walk Philadelphia, PA 19104 All the Whiskey in Heaven brings together some of Charles Bernstein’s best work from the past thirty years, an astonishing assortment […]

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Charles Bernstein Interview

March 20th, 2010 · No Comments · Interview, Literary Magazines & Reviews, Poetics, Poetry

An excellent interview by Jay Sanders with Charles Bernstein in the new issue of BOMB, the occasion being the publication of Bernstein’s new volume of selected poems, All the Whiskey in Heaven; Here’s an extract: JS: In your and your poetic peers’ early work, you feel that intensity of purpose, of provocation, amidst what was […]

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Poetry & Cultural Studies: A Reader

September 25th, 2009 · No Comments · Book Review, Bowery Poetry Club, Poetry readings

On Saturday September 19, Maria Damon & Ira Livingston‘s excellent compilation Poetry and Cultural Studies: A Reader (published by University of Illinois Press) was launched with a reading at Bowery Poetry Club. Genereous to a fault, Maria invited me (who am not a contributor to the book) to take part in the launch reading. Meanwhile […]

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Wish I was there…

April 30th, 2009 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Faculty of English University of Cambridge You are invited to The Judith E Wilson Poetry Lecture by Charles Bernstein a poetry reading / performance / talk, entitled On Election Day (for Emma) 7 May 2009, 5.00 pm Little Hall, Sigdwick Site, Sidgwick Avenue [UK] Free entry. All welcome. ——————— In conjunction with the lecture the […]

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One busy week…

April 7th, 2009 · No Comments · Performances, Poems for the Millennium, Poetry readings, Translation, Uncategorized

Well, indeed, that was one busy week:  after picking up Habib Tengour at Newark airport early Sunday afternoon (with about an hour extra time in customs thanks to his Arab passport), we made it in good time to the Bowery Poetry project for the Poems for the Millennium volume 3 presentation & reading, with co-editors […]

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Marinetti's Manifesto Meets MoMA

February 21st, 2009 · No Comments · Paul Celan, Uncategorized

Yesterday at high noon I saw a man wielding a hammer in a glass house & screaming how beautiful speed & war are. That was Charles Bernstein reading F.T. Marinetti‘s The Founding and manifesto of Futurism on the 100th birthday of its publication in the Paris newspaper Le Figaro (see yesterday’s post). Charles did smash […]

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