Tag Archives: Brian Reed

Otago poetry and poetics podcasts

Some of the recordings from last year’s Poetry with a Pulse series of readings, held in Dunedin, New Zealand, are now online and available for download below and on the University of Otago’s Humanities podcasts page. These include recordings of … Continue reading

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Brian Reed reviews A Common Strangeness

Brian Reed’s review of A Common Strangeness is out now in Contemporary Literature. The review begins: The words transnational and globalization appear frequently within scholarship on contemporary poetry, but so far there have been few sustained attempts to narrate recent … Continue reading

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Vanessa Place’s “Miss Scarlett”

Over on the Poetry Foundation, The Harriet Blog has a write up of my recent post on Vanessa Place’s “White Out” of Gone with the Wind. The Harriet Blog also notes Place’s current retyping of the novel on Twitter, and … Continue reading

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On not repeating Gone with the Wind

Brian Reed opened his excellent essay on “Postmillennial Poetry and Redirected Language” with a discussion of Vanessa Place’s “Miss Scarlett,” and Place is currently broadcasting Gone with the Wind tweet by tweet through her Twitter feed. But Place has also … Continue reading

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Poetry Communities and the Individual Talent

The program for the conference “Poetry Communities & the Individual Talent” hosted by the Kelly Writers House and the University of Pennsylvania is now online here. It promises to be a great conference. Speakers include Maria Damon, Craig Dworkin, Brian … Continue reading

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