"Drawn from 22 books of poetry published by David Bromige in his lifetime, if wants to be the same as is chronicles the career of one of contemporary poetry's most distinctive writers.
Author: David Bromige
Publisher: New Star Books
Poetry. A selection from the 22 books published during David Bromige's lifetime, IF WANTS TO BE THE SAME AS IS charts the course of one of the 21st century poetry masters from high modernism through L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E to his own distinct place. It includes the unpublished work American Testament, as well as My Poetry, his important work combining poetry and poetics, in its entirety, as well as critical essays by editors Bob Perelman and Ron Silliman, and Canadian writer George Bowering.
Prose Works David Bromige. Uncle Ed Waking an indeterminable number of hours later , but it is the same place , again . Like a huge , dimly - lit body . The odor of whiskey fills the room but possibly his own sweat puts it there .
It's notable that in commenting on his and his peers ' reception , through the poem - as - anthology made from an anthology , he goes to already self - commenting passages like those from David Bromige's My Poetry ( made up largely of ...
poem de-tones by flattening out all the information to make it seem the same, a kind of equalized “chanting” to employ the ... formidable scholars and polemicists such as Lyn Hejinian, Bruce Andrews, Michael Davidson, and David Bromige.
Author: Donald Wesling
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This response to Derrida's critique of the spoken uses dozens of examples in four languages to explore the voice that is in writing.
The philosopher, for whom these words have become essential terms of an argument, expects of his readers a memory and an ... grasp of the necessity for living momently—justifies the means—a thorough disdain for that same necessity.
Author: Lyn Hejinian
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
The highly influential Poetics Journal, whose ten issues were published between 1982 and 1998, contributed to the surge of interest in the practice of poetics. Edited by internationally recognized poet/critics Lyn Hejinian and Barrett Watten, the journal presents major conversations and debates, and invites readers to expand on the critical and creative engagements they represent. This archive re-presents virtually all the articles originally published in Poetics Journal, organized alphabetically by author and in searchable form. It features indexes by contributors, keywords, and volume. The writing that appeared in Poetics Journal reflects the development of a range of creative and critical approaches in avant-garde poetry and art over two decades. In making this content newly available, the editors hope to preserve the generative enthusiasm for innovative writing and art it represents, while encouraging new uses and contexts. A Guide to Poetics Journal is also available, see http://www.upne.com/0819571205.html for more information.
Perhaps the best thing I can say for Forum is that it is sending me back to the files of the journal , like a Chinese ... some Forum poems that past anthologists have almost battered to death with use , like Birney's “ David ” .
David Bromige. Discourse - Thrower a There's a tenderness of presence registered since past , asking for an address ... like this as if the honesty that might be wall with door always detracts distractibility essential to erase because ...
And even more important for the line of thought I am trying to unravel , such an audience was internalized by both ... David Bromige wrote me an outraged letter , criticizing my own poetry and telling which albums and songs of Dylan I ...