1. Introductions by Obe Alkema and Jane Lewty; "Truth in Pudding" read by Bernstein and Samuel Vriezen in aternating stanzas (English stanzas not read in Dutch, Dutch translatons not read in English) (34:17): MP3 2. Susan Bee slide presentation (audio only) : (21:17): MP3 3. Bernstein and Ton van ’t Hof, "Recalculating," alternating stanzas; "Unready, Unwilling, Unable" in English, followed by Sarah Posman's tr. read by Obe Alkema; "Transegmental Drifts" in English and three translations: (40:40): MP3 4. Discussion with Bee and Bernstein, moderated by Jane Lewty (36:22): MP3
Dresden May 13, 2015 Norbert Lange and Charles Bernstein read their collaboration, "Apoplexie/Apoplexie" in Dresden on May 17, 20015 (24:29): MP3 This work begins with Bernstein's "You" (from Resistance, 1983) and cotinues with Lange's translation, then Bernstein's translation of Lange's version, over nine rounds (18 poems), written in 2013 and 2014. It will be published later this year in Schreibheft, ed. Norbert Wehr.
In 1966, Tuli Kupferberg released the marvelous LP No Deposit / No Return and a long poem called 1001 Ways to Beat the Draft, written with Robert Bashlow. 1001 Ways to Beat the Draft is one of the great long poems of the New American (and "Beat") poetry -- and perhaps the quintessential 60's anti-war poem, though it is hardly known at all and as far as I know not recognized as a poem. But it is one and a great one. The full poem (66 pp.) is on-line via Haathi Trust digital library's anarchism pamphlets.