Jerome Rothenberg

Poems and poetics

Rochelle Owens: 'Beloved the Aardvark,' Part Two

[Rochelle Owens has been working over the last several decades on a corpus of poems in-series, while her later work, however refined, has maintained the unique power and pitch ascribed to her earlier poetry by Marjorie Perloff, among others; “Rochelle Owens’ writing ... is sui generis. She is, in many ways, a proto-language poet, her marked ellipses, syntactic oddities, and dense and clashing verbal surfaces recalling the long poems of Bruce Andrews and Ron Silliman.

Jerome Rothenberg: New books scheduled and in preparation for 2019

The President of Desolation & Other Poems, Black Widow Press

 

The Mystery of False Attachments: 150 Fragments, Word Palace Press

 

Un Libro de Voces (an extended interview with poems and essays), edited and translated into Spanish by Javier Taboada and Ricardo Cáceres, Mangos de Hacha, Mexico

 

Six prose poems and the title poem from Amish Trivedi’s 'Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed'

Amish Trivedi’s 'Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed'

[Six prose poems previously published in Kenyon Review Online (January 2015) which will be in Amish Trivedi’s new book from Shearsman, out in January 2019. The title poem of Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed originally appeared in Omni-Verse in 2012.]

With Jackson Mac Low: The Light Poems and other matters (personal, literary, political) 2003–2004

The Light Poems and other matters

An exchange of emails with Jerome Rothenberg

Portion of the “light chart” by Jackson Mac Low
Portion of the “light chart” by Jackson Mac Low

01:18 PM 5/31/03 -0700

Toward a poetry and poetics of the Americas (17): Adah Isaacs Menken

'Sale of Souls,' A poem with an accompanying commentary

[In the transnational assemblage of the Americas (“from origins to present”) that Heriberto Yépez and I are now composing, a wide range of English-language poetry will be positioned alongside the multiple languages spoken and/or written on the two American continents. As with the work of Adah Isaacs Menken (18351868), we will also be giving special attention to a number of earlier poets still awaiting recognition in whatever we take to be an American canon or pantheon.