Archivi tag: interview

un’intervista a charles bernstein su fahrenheit (rai radiotre, 22 nov 2022, h. 17:30)

con Charles Bernstein interviene anche Cristina Giorcelli: prossimamente il file mp3 integrale qui su slowforward.

an interview to nadežda mandel’štam (1976)

roger waters tells the tragic story of syd barrett

an interview to ca conrad

a very interesting interview to poet CA Conrad here:

an excerpt here:

william burroughs interviewed by kathy acker (1988)

oggi, h. 20:15, intervista online a mg per “incontri all’isolotto”

Oggi, sulla pagina fb, alle ore 20:15, Peter Genito, nella serie degli “incontri all’isolotto” organizzati dall’Arci, dal Centro per il libro e la lettura, nel contesto del Maggio dei libri e del LetturaDay, intervista Marco Giovenale su  scritture di ricerca, prosa in prosa, materiali installativi, per quanto riguarda il
versante della letteratura; e sull’asemic writing per quanto attiene al versante artistico / visivo.

free films made freely – paolo gioli interview

may 14th, 1967, pink floyd @ bbc london: pow. r. toc h., astronomy domine, interview

etel adnan with charles bernstein

from The Brooklyn Rail

Join legendary poets and artists Etel Adnan and Charles Bernstein for a broadcast conversation that was also included as a feature conversation in the Rail’s February 2021 issue.

Learn more:

Read the interview:

Poet, essayist, and painter Etel Adnan was born on February 24, 1925, in Beirut, Lebanon. She studied philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris, France, as well as at the University of California, Berkeley and Harvard University. She has written more than a dozen books of poetry, fiction, and essays, including Time (Nightboat Books, 2019), translated by Sarah Riggs and winner of the Griffin Poetry Prize, Surge (Nightboat Books, 2018), and Night (Nightboat Books, 2016). Her poetry collection Sea and Fog (Nightboat, 2012) won the Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Poetry and the California Book Award. She is also the recipient of a PEN Oakland-Josephine Miles Award and in 2014 was named a member of the Ordre de Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, one of France’s highest cultural honors.

Charles Bernstein is a poet and a scholar. He is a foundational member and leading practitioner of Language poetry. Between 1978-1981, with fellow poet Bruce Andrews, he published L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E magazine, which became a forum for writing that blurred, confused, and denied the boundary between poetry and critical writing about poetry. Since the 1970s Bernstein has published dozens of books, including poetry and essay collections, pamphlets, translations, collaborations, and libretti. His poetry has been widely anthologized and translated, and it has appeared in over 500 magazines and periodicals. His most recent book is Near/Miss, from the University of Chicago Press.


recent posts @ repository magazine (cecil touchon, editor)

For me, the practice of asemic writing began in processes I was using in the mid-to-late 1990s to write textual poems. Beginning with a…
Monsters in Trousers  9:27 PM 5/7/2018 (collage poetry)   We use language to separate, to violently tear ourselves [apart]. There is…
Watch this ZOOM conversation I have with Michelle Moloney King; Editor of Beir Bua Press
Rosaire Appel: “asemic writing is also a way of leaping forward into territory not yet conceptualized… a transition strategy perhaps” (Jun…
Non fungible tokens have been around for a minute and I myself have only known about the idea for a few weeks. But here are some initial…
On view (in 2014) at Lanoue Gallery in Boston
Essay for an exhibition held April 15, 2016 — June 15, 2016
Following up on the first article: On Being an Artist

‘daydreaming is so important to me’: how david lynch fishes for ideas – artreview

irma blank, “senza parole” (p420 gallery, bologna, 26 jan – 30 march 2013)

[r] _ peter ganick: a first little list of links


EPC page


Xexoxial Editions:




a collab with Rosaire Appel:


from “ad infinitum” (collab P.G. / differx), 2011-12:

note on himself, in Otoliths (2016):
Peter Ganick published Potes & Poets Press and A.BACUS between 1980 and 2000. Then he worked with Jukka-Pekka Kervinen on various online enterprises like white sky books. He is a piano instructor in his 43rd year of continuous teaching. He is now mostly concentrated on visual art, but retains his love for the written/printed word.


michael jacobson interviewed


a conversation with marcel duchamp / james johnson sweeney. 1956