Susan Howe on the wilderness of libraries

Susan Howe interviewed by Al Filreis, March 2010 at the Kelly Writers House: on Emily Dickinson and the wild library.  Here is a link to the video recording of the entire discussion (72 minutes in length) and here is a link to the downloadable audio: MP3. The audio recording has been divided into topical segments here. One of these topics: the book as a (child’s) transitional object (MP3). On the evening prior to this discussion, Susan Howe read from, among other works, Melville's Marginalia; on that occasion she was introduced by Cecilia Corrigan (MP3).