I've just read a pre-publication draft of an essay by Maria Damon on the creative world/work of Jewish-Canadian feminist Ka
Wallace Stevens' "Description without Place" was a very odd choice of poem to compose for and deliver at the Phi Beta Kappa ceremony at Harvard in 1946.
Fidget is Kenny Goldsmith's transcription of every movement made by his body during thirteen hours on Bloomsday (June 16) in 1997.
I'll have more to say about The Mississippi Project in a later posting.
Jerome Rothenberg's statement for Contemporary Poets (5th edition, 1991, pp. 827-28] is a beautiful summary of his life-work as a poet and global citizen.