Poetry and Revolution

Many of the performances and papers from the Poetry and Revolution conference, held at Birkbeck in May, are now available for download here, both in audio and text versions. Participants included Allen Fisher, Mark Nowak, Zoë Skoulding, Joan Retallack, Maria Damon, Peter Jaeger, David Buuck, and Keston Sutherland, whose high-energy paper I had the challenging task of following on from with my own piece on Vanessa Place, Sean Bonney, and “Revolution’s Echo.”

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About Jacob Edmond

Jacob Edmond is associate professor in English at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He is the author of Make It the Same: Poetry in the Age of Global Media (Columbia University Press, 2019), A Common Strangeness: Contemporary Poetry, Cross-Cultural Encounter, Comparative Literature (Fordham University Press, 2012), and of numerous essays, which have appeared in journals such as Comparative Literature, Contemporary Literature, Poetics Today, Slavic Review, and The China Quarterly.
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2 Responses to Poetry and Revolution

  1. Sean Bonney says:

    Hey Jacob //// I really like yr paper, thanks for writing it. Shame didn’t get to chat more at the conference, but I was getting pretty crazed.
    S

    • Jacob Edmond says:

      Sean, thanks for your comment. I’m glad you liked the paper. I wasn’t sure how you would feel about being compared to Vanessa Place. I had a wonderful time at the conference––a real credit to the amazing work done by you and the other organizers. I also enjoyed your excellent paper. I was only sorry that I missed the readings on Friday and Saturday evening. I heard they were terrific.

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