Charles Bernstein

Tom Raworth on Ted Greenwald

Photo © Charles Bernstein, November 5, 2012

I’m sorry I can’t be there tonight. But sorrier still anyone has to be there. Our dear friend Ted is gone, but books and memories remain.

Sign Under Test: Russian/English selected poems as phone app, tr. Ian Probstein

Sign Under Test, a selected poems, tr. into Russian by Ian Probstein, bilingual, published as an Android and IOS app: as you read each poems you listen to a sound recordings in English or Russian, made by me and Ian Probstein for this publication. 

IOS app
Android app

Robert Grenier, garlic in the ground

Video portrait by Charles Bernstein

Grenier reads from a notebook in New York on October 26, 2016.

Lisa Robertson on Close Listening

Lisa Robertson talks with me about her new book, Cinema of the Present, and its form; rethinking lyric and epic poetry through feminism; experimentation and/or subjectivity; prose versus verse; the persistence of beauty, pleasure, and the aesthetic; early connections to the Kootenay School of Writing; living bilingually in France and the bubble of monolingualism; soft architecture; writing essays for visual arts publications; and seeing the world through rose-colored glasses. Close Listening is produced for Clocktower Radio in association with PennSound. 

Listen >>>>>>>(53:27): MP3