Translators Karen Emmerich and Edmund Keeley share their collaborative translation of Diaries of Exile, by the legendary Greek poet Yannis Ritsos (1909-19
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As readers we sometimes assume the “I” in a poem is the same as the poet’s me. The lyric poet may promote this illusion of spontaneous utterance and unmediated feeling.
April 18, 2013
Students from local schools P.S. 1, P.S. 89 and P.S. 276 read throughout the day in celebration of a local arts-education partnership.
This class will take as given that listening is an inherent component of reading and writing poetry, that listening is a mode of performance (to read a poem to yourself is to perform that poem, how
Campbell Corner Presents: A Reading by the Co-Winners of the 2012 Campbell Corner Poetry Contest Ari Banias & David Roderick
April 19, 2013
Robert Duncan often described himself as “bookish poet.” Drawing from sources as varied as philosopher Alfred North Whitehead's Process and Reality, the kabbalism of The Zohar, an