Jerome Rothenberg

Poems and poetics

Pierre Joris

Extracts from: 'Various Variable Words Variably Arranged in the Form of a Celebratory Talk-Essay on Language & Luxembourg on the Occasion of Receiving the 2020 Batty Weber Award'

I left Paris in 1967 not only because I had quit medical school to become a writer (Paris too does have some writers, right?) but because I had decided to write in English — or more accurately in American English. If French or German (and now, Luxembourgish) are the likely languages a citizen of the Grand Duchy normally decides between on the way to becoming a writer, I, except for very few teenage tries in those languages, always preferred that other one, my fourth language.

Anne Tardos

Excerpts from 'Undulations' 2020–2021

[Anne Tardos’s forthcoming book, Undulations, collects poems written from 2020 to 2021. Composed in journal format, it chronicles our global crisis years with poems varying in form and content. Her language and imagery speak to the grueling conditions and fascinations of our time. The book’s focus, morphing from subject to subject, is an interpolation of political and scientific news, developments in astrophysics, and what seems to be a permanent threat from COVID.

Jerome and Diane Rothenberg

'A Book of the Book,' a gathering of fragments for Steve Clay's seventieth birthday 8.ix.2021

A book in movement

never stands still.

 

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And in the mind

a book

rewrites itself

letter by letter.

Stuart Cooke and Peter Denney

from their introduction to 'Transcultural Ecocriticism'

[First published by Bloomsbury Academic in Great Britain 2021]

Thinking about Transcultural Ecocriticism: Space, Scale, and Translation

The Bard of Encinitas

Jerome Rothenberg and his poetry (a work in progress)

Avivson Films