READ ALL ABOUT IT: Prophesy –– astrology –– verse –– clairvoyance –– sophism –– eschatology –– apocalypticism –– magic –– obscurity –– divination –– enigma ––opacity –– mysticism –– grotesqueries –– the mother of all ambiguity –– vatic –– visionary –– violent. The avant-garde occult classic The Prophesies of Nostradamus has found its ideal translator in Richard Sieburth and Sieburth and Stéphane Gerson have provided superb introductions and notes.
Peter & the Analogue World: Peter Gizzi Liz's Hair: Elizabeth Willis John's Trp: John Tranter Bruce's War: Bruce Andrews Cecilia: Dancing the Lines: Cecilia Vicuña Tom: The Night the Lights Went On: Tom Raworth
With its disarming in medias res layout, Convolution is tyring to reinvent the print periodical. First issue includes Giorgio Agamben and Alessandro Petti, Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri, Bruce Andrews, Alexander Barnett, Bob Brown, Tony Chakar, Sarah Crowner, Drew Daniel, Jeff Dolven, Melissa Dunn, Craig Dworkin, Jesko Fezer, Michael Golston, Robert Hardwick Weston, Christian Hawkey, Athena Kirk, Gareth Long, Rosalind Morris, Andrew Schelling, Eliza Slavet, Nancy Tewksbury, and editors Paul Stephens & Jenelle Troxell.
A 2007 interview I did with Nie Zhenzhao and published in Chinese translation in Foreign Literature Studies (Vol. 29, No. 2 April 2007) is also included. Here is an excerpt, mostly focussing on Parsing(1976, Eclipse digital edition, 2006), but also on some of the poems in Controlling Interests (1980).
Buffalo, Nov. 22 (AHP2 News) -- After a series of embarrassing incidents and criminal investigations involving alcohol and theory at recruiting parties for coveted high school poets in recent years, some universities have begun to rewrite the rules for entertaining recruits and are tightening their oversight.