On Jalel El Gharbi’s blog, a review by Giulio-Enrico Pisani of my most recent book of poems, Aljibar II. For those who read French. Bilingual edition available in this country from ta’wil productions. * * * On Anny Ballardini’s NarcissusWorks blog a review-announcement for Louis Armand’s excellent volume of essays Contemporary Poetics. * * * And check out this excellent interview of CA Conrad by Eileen Myles at the … Read more This & That
Reading at UC Irvine Date & Time: 10/21/2009 12:00 PM- 1:00PM Department: Comparative Literature Place: 1010 Humanities Gateway Moderated by Carrie Noland Director, Humanities-Arts Major Professor, French and Comparative Literature University of California, Irvine Presented by the Humanities and Arts major. Sponsored by the International Center for Writing and Translation in the School of Humanities. For more information, please write firstname.lastname@example.org or call (949) 824-1948.
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 PennSound has made the reading available: click here. Below a few photos of the … Read more Poetry & Cultural Studies: A Reader
Just released by the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY: Sax, Soup, Poetry & Voice Nicole Peyrafitte (voice & soup), Pierre Joris (poetry), Joe Giardullo (saxophone) the DVD of the performance/concert given in November 2007. It is available through Ta’wil Productions for $5 (i.e. handling & shipping costs)! Below, my poem-recipe for cooking hare, or rabbit, as the case may be, & Nicole’s recipe for the one she … Read more Sax, Soup, Poetry & Voice
Here’s a bit from a reading I gave at the Zinc Bar earlier this year (January, if memory serves), consisting of one section from the poem “The Tang Extending From The Blade.”
Complete Program (Wednesday, 18 March 2009): AGORAPOETICS (Poetics After Postmodernism, II) 2:oo pm. Welcome James Staros, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences Introductory Remarks Mario Mignone, Director of the Center for Italian Studies Preface to Agorapoetics Peter Carravetta, Alfonse M. D’Amato Chair * * * Panel One. Moderator: Peter Carravetta 2:20 Ammiel Alcalay Republics of Poetry 2:50 Pierre Joris On the Nomadic Circulation of Poetry & Poetics … Read more Agorapoetics @ Stony Brook U