Archivi tag: interviews

otoliths #65 is now live

Issue sixty-five of OTOLITHS, the southern autumn 2022 issue, is now up.otoliths 65

This issue, which marks the beginning of the seventeenth year of the journal’s existence, contains a mix of — sometimes mixed — photographs, paintings, short stories, poetry, interviews, magazine columns, & manifestos from an international contributor list including Karl Kempton, Linda King, Mark Pirie, Dario Zumkeller, AG Davis, Mark Cunningham, Sanjeev Sethi, Ken Friedman, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, James Cochran, Jim Leftwich, hiromi suzuki, Michael J. Leach, Elancharan Gunasekaran, Louise Landes Levi, KJ Hannah Greenberg, Chuck Joy, Marco Giovenale, Jimmy Crouse, Andrew Cyril Macdonald, Nicholas Alexander Hayes, Mario José Cervantes, Timothy Pilgrim, Alan Catlin, Paul Ilechko, Jim Meirose, Adam Fieled, Gregory Stephenson, John Sweet, Sterling Warner, Jack Galmitz, Lynn Strongin, Texas Fontanella, Richard J. Fleming, Sarah Bilodeau, M.J. Iuppa, John M. Bennett, Carla Bertola & John M. Bennett, Harvey Huddleston, bofa xesjum, fred flynn, John McCluskey, Ben Egerton, John Gallas, Nathan Whiting, Laurent Grison, Volodymyr Bilyk, Xe M. Sánchez, Ellen Wardman, Barbara Parchim, Bruce Robinson, Jeff Bagato, jim mccrary, Gale Acuff, Grzegorz Wróblewski, harry k stammer, Howie Good, Jen Schneider, Alberto Vitacchio, richard lopez & Márton Koppány, Heather Sager, Keith Polette, Michael Basinski, Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal, Daniel f Bradley, Dave Read, Robert Beveridge, Tom Beckett, Mary Kasimor, Connor van Bussel, R. S. Stewart, Tony Beyer, Daniel de Culla, John Levy, Joanne Bechtel, Kenneth Rexroth, Nathan Anderson, Jeff Harrison, Bill Wolak, Clara B. Jones, Nicole Raziya Fong, Charles A. Perrone, Russ Bickerstaff, Paul Dickey, Sabine Miller, Keith Nunes, Diana Magallón, Bob Lucky, Cecelia Chapman & Jeff Crouch, bart plantenga, Joshua Martin, Jillian Oliver, Réka Nyitrai, Marilyn Stablein, Jerome Berglund, Christopher Barnes, Peter Cherches, Jürgen O. Olbrich & Hubert Kretschmer, Kay Kestner, Cameron Morse, Eric Hoffman, Gavin Lucky, Kiriti Sengupta, Patrick Sweeney, Robin Wyatt Dunn, Jane Simpson, Elmedin Kadric, Kit Kennedy, Steven Tran, dan raphael, Andrew Taylor, Charlotte Jung, Michael Borth, Carol Stetser, Penelope Weiss, Marcia Arrieta, John M. Bennett & Jim Leftwich, Márton Koppány, Rich Murphy, Cecelia Chapman, J. D. Nelson, Kit Willett, Angelo ‘NGE’ Colella, H. A. Sappho, Martin Stannard, Michael Brandonisio, Paul Pfleuger, Jr., Katrinka Moore, David Jalajel, Keith Higginbotham, Susan Gangel, Judith Skillman, Bob Heman, & Guy R. Beining.

charles bernstein: the poetry of idiomatic insistences

Charles Bernstein: The Poetry of Idiomatic Insistences, edited by Paul Bové, from boundary 2 / Duke University Press (308pp, $12) Ordering information and TOC:

This issue includes Bernstein’s most informative and significant international interviews, many published here in English for the first time. Through prefaces and essays responding to translations of his work, including translations appearing for the first time in this issue, contributors place Bernstein’s work in both global and local contexts. Includes an extended review of Topsy-Turvy.

Contributors: Luigi Ballerini, Runa Bandyopadhyay, Charles Bernstein, Paul A. Bové, Dennis Büscher-Ulbrich, Natalia Fedorova, Feng Yi, Jean-Marie Gleize, Susan Howe, Yunte Huang, Pierre Joris, Abigail Lang, Leevi Lehto, Marjorie Perloff, Ian Probstein, Ariel Resnikoff, Brian Stefans, Enrique Winter

(On-line with library access to b2 in early Nov.)

more (experimental) stuff on line, archives etc. [this page is under construction / in fieri ]

Geoff Smith’s preface (entitled Collecting The New) to the AN AMERICAN AVANT GARDE: SECOND WAVE catalog.

Fai clic per accedere a Avant2.pdf

“Several years ago, on a tour of the Bodleian Library at Oxford University with David Vesey, then Bodleian Librarian, he uttered a truism that, in my own awestruck demeanor in the presence of the great treasures of that great library, had not occurred to me: the reason the Bodley has so many outstanding early volumes is that those books were new when they were first deposited at Oxford. […] The special mission for rare book libraries is to identify these important contemporary works so that we may preserve them for perpetuity in our collections. It would be our vision that hundreds of years from now, when a naive visitor to OSU Libraries wonders how such treasures were amassed, the librarian of that time can blithely say, because we acquired them when they were new.”
“In 2017 alone, the National Archives added 17.1 million digital files (texts, images, sound recordings, and films) to its online catalog.”

The Ohio State University
Avant Writing:
Guides to Avant Writing Collections:
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Tom Beckett’s Exchange Values interview blog
Forty interviews by & of a wide range of people. (2005-2008)

stuff hosted by differx:

michael jacobson: works & interviews 1999-2014



michael jacobson: works & interviews 1999-2014



Wave Composition

Wave Composition

Wave Composition is a quarterly webjournal featuring essays, interviews and creative work. It is a forum for thoughtful reflection on experimental literature and art from all periods.

Wave Composition‘s interests lie in the ‘experimental’ and all the problems that arise from using that word. Even while it explores/analyses/promotes explicitly experimental texts, music, art and creators, it also attempts to find the avant-garde in less obvious literary, academic, or artistic fields. The result is that Wave Composition is itself keen to find and utilize experimental approaches, both structural and methodological, which can challenge conventional understandings of certain concepts, including, but not limited to, canonicity, tradition, genre, and popular culture.

Editors: Ed Sugden, Stephen Ross and Alexandra Manglis