Charles Bernstein

Christopher Sawyer-Laucanno, "'Courage to Be Courageous': The Last Works and Days of Gertrude Stein"

Also: Renate Stendahl on the witch hunt

Two essays have been added to the Gertrude Stein war years dossier:

Christopher Sawyer-Laucanno, “‘Courage to Be Courageous’: The Last Works and Days of Gertrude Stein,”  from The Continual Pilgrimage: American Writers in Paris, 1944–1960 (1992). Thanks for the author for letting us include this chapter of his book.

Poetics@, ed. Joel Kuszai: EPC Library epub edition

Poetics List book from Roof, 1999

POETICS@
conversations from the first years of the Poetics List
Edited by Joel Kuszai
Preface by Charles Bernstein
(Roof Books, 1999)
new from EPC Digital Library
epub (e-book format), mobi (Kindle), pdf

Brian Reed and Harryete Mullen: new essay collections from University of Alabama Press

20 percent discount on all series tiles

Use discount code: MCP when ordering. Orders from MCP series are eligible for free shipping.

Haroldo de Campos tribute at Guggenehim museum (1992 video)

with Bessa, Perloff, Cisneros, Dworkin, Bernstein, Helguera

Presentation on the work of Haroldo de Campos, in conjunction with the exhibit" Brazil: Body and Soul,"
Guggenheim Museum, New York, January 12, 2002


Exquisite Fucking Charms: on Emma's Polaroids

Emma Bee Bernstein at Microscope Gallery

Emma Bee Bernstein's Polaroid show opened at the Microscope Gallery, Thursday night, May 24th, 2012. The curator Phong Bui did a stellar job with the selection, framing, and installation. There were six horizontal custom frames with 20 of the original Polaroids (73 x 7 1/4 in) and four vertical frames with 10 of the original Polaroids (6 1/2 x 43 in). A number of single Polaroids, two framed, were also exhibited, along with two notebooks with Polaroids inlaid. In addition to the original Polaroids, singles and in the framed sets, Microscope is also making color pigment prints of the original Polaroids, 8 x 10 inches on archival paper (editions of 9). Any of the Polaroids in the exhibit is available as a print. Any inquires about acquiring the Polaroid sets, individual Polaroids, or the prints should be made directly to Microscope Gallery: info@microscopegallery.com or call them at 347-925-1433. Microscope can provide for individual viewing a full set of images. Microscope is also screening Emma's film, Exquisite Fucking Boredom; it is available from the gallery as a limited edition DVD.