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Our Stein dossier on the war years has two new pieces: a detailed study by Vaclav Paris of Stein's aborted translations of Pétain, which ended about the time the FDR administration broke relations with Vichy, and a thoughtful response to the article by noted Stein scholar Leon Katz.
Close Listening, with Zeyar Lynn, Khin Aung Aye, and James Byrne:Zeyar Lynn poems:"My History Is Not Mine": MP3"Slightly Lopsided but a More Accurate Portrait": MP3"Big Sister Have You Been to Laiza": MP3Zeyar Lynn in conversation with Charles Bernstein(37:35): MP3Khin Aung Aye and James Byrne in conversation with Charles Bernstein: (53:05): MP3
First edition of Weeks published by Xexoxial Editions in 1990, with photos by Barbara Rosenthal, and my introducton.Full text from Xexoxial