Posts Tagged ‘ Vanessa Place ’

A Divided Reader – What the Fire Sees – Divided Publishing

Source: A Divided Reader – What the Fire Sees – Divided Publishing

▶ Vanessa Place at CalArts Spring 2006 in CalArts MFA Writing Program

Monstering | Monsters | Issues | The Hedgehog Review

The Cyclops (detail), 1914, by Odilon Redon (1840–1916); Peter Horee/Alamy Stock Photo.

If we really wanted to kill the monster, we would give it what it wants.

Source: Monstering | Monsters | Issues | The Hedgehog Review

Pretending to Disrupt, Merely Distracting: Plundering Privilege in the World of Poetry : Amy King : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

Pretending to Disrupt, Merely Distracting: Plundering Privilege in the World of Poetry : Amy King : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation.

Conceptual Writings: An Overview | Article | CCCB LAB

Teacher. N/D. Source: Flickr

Conceptual Writings: An Overview | Article | CCCB LAB.

WHY ARE PEOPLE SO INVESTED IN KENNETH GOLDSMITH? OR, IS COLONIALIST POETRY EASY? by Amy King | VIDA: Women in Literary Arts

WHY ARE PEOPLE SO INVESTED IN KENNETH GOLDSMITH? OR, IS COLONIALIST POETRY EASY? | VIDA: Women in Literary Arts.

Post-Internet Poetry Comes of Age by Kenneth Goldsmith | The New Yorker

Sam Riviere used the duration of Kim Kardashian’s marriage to Kris Humphries—seventy-two days—as a constraint to determine how many poems his book would contain.CREDIT

PHOTOGRAPH BY KEVIN WINTER/NBC UNIVERSAL/GETTY

Post-Internet Poetry Comes of Age – The New Yorker.

In the House of the Hangman 1904 | Zeitgeist Spam

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Beauty And The Beastly Po-Biz, Part 2, by Amy King – The Rumpus.net

Beauty And The Beastly Po-Biz, Part 2 – The Rumpus.net.