Recencies

Photo by Amit Chaudhuri — at MoMA

 The Tugboat and the Quayle,” Literary Activism, with video
•Enclave series Zoom reading, July 26, 2020, introduction by Rae Armantrout: YouTube
•Why vote? for Writers Against Trump
•Tonya Foster, erica kaufman, and Tracie Morrie discuss “There’s a Hole in My Pocket” with Al Filries (ModPo): YouTube (2020)
•Tribute to Harry Crosby: mp4
•Brooklyn Rail, The New Social Environment, conversation with Phong Bui, March 19, 2020: YouTube
•Ian Probstein and Bernstein launch of Probstein’s translation of Bernsteiin, April 12, 2020: mp4
Poetry Month Will Be a Little Late This Year, University of Chicago Blog (2020) & Yale video
•On Whitmans Preface to Leaves of Grass in Every Atom: Reflections on Whitman at 200
•“Doubletalking the Homophonic Sublime: Comedy, Appropriation, and the Sounds of One Hand Clapping” Sound/Writing (2019): pdf
•Ian Probstein, interview on liberalism: RussianEnglish (Jan. 31, 2020)
•“Test of Poetry”: Five Translations: Jacket2
•“¢ Δ[1]( [1]´TÉNÃ0½#ñ‘¯(qË!´–#T¢|€kORƒ7Ùîö÷LÒ6* [Un dimanche après-midi à l’Ile de la Grande Jatte]” in Coldfront
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The Language Letters: Selected 1970s Correspondence of Bruce Andrews, Ron Silliman, and Charles Bernstein, edited by Matthew Hofer and Michael Golston (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2019)
Legend (Bruce Andrews, Charles Bernstein, Ray DiPalma, Steve McCaffery, and Ron Silliman): New edition, with new five-way collaboration, ed. Matt Hofer and Michael Golston (University of New Mexico Press, 2020)
L=A=N=G=U=G=E,  Bruce Andrews & Charles Bernbstein, eds.: Facsimile edition, ed. Matt Hofer and Michael Golston (University of New Mexico Press, 2020)
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Free downloads of select Bernstein titles
Digital edition of “Asylum” (1974) with source text
• Retirement celebration: video, audio, book
•James Shivers, Charles Bernstein /  American Innovator — More Numerous of: A Kinetic Approach  (37 Blue Editions, digital edition, 2019). First publication of Shivers’s 2001 dissertation, with a new introduction by the author and foreword by Richard Deming. PDF