Charles Bernstein

John Ashbery in conversation on Close Listening

©Susan Bee, 9-15-08

John Ashbery in conversation with Charles Bernstein on March 18, 2016. Listen here (28:20): MP3. Ashbery talks about his two shows of collages at Tibor de Nagy gallery and the relation of these collages to his poetry; about his engagement with French poetry, including the work of Pierre Martory, Giorgio de Chirico , and Raymond Roussel; and about his love of television cooking shows. 

This is program #148 of Close Listening. Close Listening is produced for Clocktower Radio in collaboration with PennSound. Full series available for streaming or download here.

John Ashbery in conversation with Charles Bernstein on March 18, 2016.

(28:20):  MP3

Ashbery talks about his two shows of collages at Tibor de Nagy gallery and the relation of these collages to his poetry; about his engagement with French poetry, including the work of Pierre Martory, Giorgio de Chirico , and Raymond Roussel; and about his love of television cooking shows. 

Gerald Bruns on Mallarmé (1969)

Mallarmé: The Transcendence of Language and the Aesthetics of the Book
The Journaof Typographic Research  
July 1969

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Bernstein on Pound at the Library of Congress, Oct. 30, 2015

Full program: introduction by Robert Casper, Head of the Poetry and Literature Center, LOC; comments and reading by Elizabeth Arnold and me.
While the context of the event at the Library of Congress was Pound's birthday, I took the occasion to discuss the 1948 Bollingen prize, awarded by the Library of Congress to Pound for his Pisan Cantos
•My commentary commentary begins here: (23:00