Music for Writers 5: A music slowly changed by many twittering people

Slowly Changed By Many People from Christopher Willes on Vimeo. Toronto composer/sound artist Christopher Willes writes about Slowly Changed By Many People I’m working on a sound installation right now…

Music for Writers 4: The Sound of One Face Flapping and the Slow Unfolding of Prisoner Time

flababble 1 from Jaap Blonk on Vimeo. The remarkable Dutch vocalist, writer, composer, and sound poet, Jaap Blonk, has recently began exploring video. The little piece posted above is a…

Matthew Hollett Translates bpNichol’s “The Complete Works”

As a visual artist who is interested in poetry and experimental literature, bpNichol has long been a source of inspiration. “The Complete Works” from “An H In the Heart” is…

Bhanu Kapil Introduces Kristen Stone

Although there is a non-Marxist vibe to selecting the work of one particular student to showcase, I have selected the Domestication Handbook of a current grad student, Kristen Stone, for…

“Textual Telephone”: Melanie Bell on Susan Holbrook and Nicole Markotić’s “Q & A”

Is it worth the portage? Maple or hickory-smoked? Are you serious? Which is worse? You and what army? Sift words into his package. My apple OR hickey OR most. You’re…

“If I Was René Daumal I Would Have Mastered Self-Love by Now”: Guillaume Morissette on René Daumal.

One Word Is Sufficient (from Le Contre-Ciel) Name if you can your shadow, your fear,and measure the circumference of its head,the circumference of your world, and if you canpronounce it,…

Robert Fitterman Introduces Sophia Le Fraga, Feminlist

Feminlist womenthol cigaretteswomanchego cheesewomanila envelopeswomandalawomandolinwomannequinwomanicurewomansionCharles WomansonMarilyn WomansonWomandy MoorePaul NewomanNewoman’s Ownsediwomentary rockwomanateewomanta raypraying womantissalawomanderwomandarinwomangowomantlediswomantleGerwomanWomanhattanwomanic depressionwomental disorderwomaniacPrewomenstrual Syndromehywomenwomanslaughterwomentioncewomentcowommentcowommendablerepriwomandiblemonuwomentalornawomentalwomanagerwomentorelewomentwomandiblerowomancebrowomance -Sophia Le Fraga ————————————————————————— I am very excited and pleased to introduce the poet…

Emily Pinkerton’s Warholian Dystopia

Writing is changing. In the past few years, the mainstream practice has changed significantly. I’ve been a champion for the way the Internet is changing writing for quite some time,…

Kerri Cull on Michael Crummey’s “Her Mark”.

Her Mark (from Hard Light) I, Ellen Rose of Western Bay in the Dominion of Newfoundland. Married woman, mother, stranger to my grandchildren. In consideration of natural love and affection,…

Michael Chaulk on First Books

Jacob McArthur Mooney’s The New Layman’s Almanac About from leftovers to the weight of citizenry, the other side of the first-book battle. Jacob McArthur Mooney’s The New Layman’s Almanac is…

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