Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Critiphoria 2

The new Critiphoria has a lot of great content, including a feature on Radical Poetics & Secular Jewish Culture. However I am particularly looking forward to spending time with these critical offerings:

Steve Benson: Introduction, Performance Text (“to write”), and Live Notes (“m&Msum”)

Abigail Child: FORM AND CONTENT: The Continuing Use Value of Dialogue

Bhanu Kapil: LIBERIA, INDIA, COLOMBIA, SERBIA: ia: [An aesthetics of non-violence. Notes for the book to come.]


James Sherry: Appendix A: How Language Writing Got Its Period

Rodrigo Toscano & Natalie Knight: from “Conditions of Poetic Production and Reception”

Stephanie Young: on Live Film Narration

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