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SPRING, FALL, and WINTER 1998
(publication date 2002)

Even on Sunday:
Essays, Reading, and Archival Materials on the Poetry and and Poetics of Robin Blaser

Edited by Miriam Nichols

CONTENTS

Robin Blaser, “Great Companion: Dante Alighiere I”

Critical Essays and Readings

Miriam Nichols, “Introduction: Reading Robin Blaser”

George Bowering, “Robin Blaser at Lake Paradox”

David Sullivan, “‘Companions       are horizons’: ‘I,’ ‘You,’ Robin Blaser, and Emily Dickinson”

Norma Cole, “A Minimum of Matter: Notes on Robin Blaser, ‘The Fire,’ and ‘The Moth Poem’

Andrew Mossin, “Recovering the Public World: Robin Blaser and the Discourses of Subjectivity and Otherness in Image-Nations 1-12

Scott Pound, “Writing/Repeating Community: Robin Blaser’s Image-Nation Series”

Peter Middleton, “An Elegy for Theory: Robin Blaser’s Essay ‘The Practice of Outside'”

Fred Wah, “Music at the Heart of Thinking”

Paul Kelley, “Still, and Despite”

Archives

Robin Blaser and Jack Spicer, “Dialogue of Eastern and Western Poetry, Boston, 1956” (annotated by Robert Duncan, edited and introduced by Kevin Killian)

Robin Blaser, “Excerpts from Astonishments” (edited by Miriam Nichols)

Miriam Nichols, “Interview with Robin Blaser”

Cover photo: Robin Blaser, early 1990s. Photo by Kenneth Taranta.

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