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The Sound of Poetry / The Poetry of Sound
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|November 1, 2009

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Sound—one of the central elements of poetry—finds itself all but ignored in the current discourse on lyric forms. The essays collected here by Marjorie Perloff and Craig Dworkin break that critical silence to readdress some of the fundamental…
No Medium
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|January 30, 2015

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Close readings of ostensibly “blank” works—from unprinted pages to silent music—that point to a new understanding of media. In No Medium , Craig Dworkin looks at works that are blank, erased, clear, or silent, writing critically and…
Radium Of The Word: A Poetics Of Materiality
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With fresh insight and contemporary relevance, Radium of the Word argues that a study of the form of language yields meanings otherwise inaccessible through ordinary reading strategies. Attending to the forms of words rather than to their denotations, Craig…
Dictionary Poetics: Toward A Radical Lexicography
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The new ways of writing pioneered by the literary avant-garde invite new ways of reading commensurate with their modes of composition. Dictionary Poetics examines one of those modes: book-length poems, from Louis Zukofsky to Harryette Mullen, all structured by…
Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing
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|January 17, 2011

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In much the same way that photography forced painting to move in new directions, the advent of the World Wide Web, with its proliferation of easily transferable and manipulated text, forces us to think about writing, creativity, and the materiality of language in…
Reading The Illegible
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|July 23, 2003

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A poet takes another's text, excises this, prints over that, cancels, erases, rearranges, defaces--and generally renders the original unreadable, at least in its original terms. What twentieth-century writers and artists have meant by such appropriations and…