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WINTER 1993

Intersections of the Lyrical and the Philosophical
Guest edited by Stephen Fredman and Henry Weinfield

CONTENTS

Stephen Fredman, “Intersections of the Lyrical and the Philosophical”

Michael Heller, “Oppen and Stevens: Reflections on the Lyrical and the Philosophical”

Norman Finkelstein, “Bronk, Duncan and the Far Border of Poetry”

Michael Palmer, “Poems”

Grant Jenkins with Teresa Aleman and Donald Prues, “An Interview with Michael Palmer”

Ross Feld, “Some Thoughts about Objectivism”

Henry Weinfield, “‘A Thousand Threads’ and ‘The One Things’: Oppen’s Vision (A Reply to Ross Feld)”

Jeffrey Peterson, “The Siren Song of the Singular: Armantrout, Oppen, and the Ethics of Representation”

John Shoptaw, “Lyric Incorporated: The Serial Object of George Oppen and Langston Hughes”

Krzysztof Ziarek, “The Poetics Event: Stein, the Avant-Garde, and the Aesthetic Turn of Philosophy”

Paul Naylor, “On Certainty (A.K.A. Negative Capability)”

Robert Duncan photograph by Burton Hatlen; George Oppen photograph (1970), courtesy of Mary Oppen; William Bronk photograph courtesy of Paul Pines.

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WINTER 1992

CONTENTS

The Vortex

Rae Armantrout, “Feminist Poetics and the Meaning of Clarity”

Peter Quartermain, “Syllable as Music: Lyn Hejinian’s Writing Is an Aid to Memory

Shawn Alfery, “Toward Intersubjective Knowledge: H.D.’s Liminal Poetics”

Caroline Zilboorg, “Richard Aldington’s ‘Blizzard’: A Reading in Context”

Jeffery Twitchell, “Tuning the Sense: Cavalcanti, Marx, Spinoza and Zukofsky’s ‘A’-9”

Steve Shoemaker, “Carl Rakosi Interview”

The Reviewer

Norman Finkelstein (William Bronk, Some Words; Burt Kimmelman, Musaics)

Mark Scroggins (Peter Quartermain, Disjunctive Poetics: From Gertrude Stein and Louis Zukofsky to Susan Howe)

Burton Hatlen (American Poetry Today: Innovators and Outsiders, ed. Eliot Wienberger)

Cover photograph by Marie McCosh Alpert.

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SPRING and FALL 1992

CONTENTS

The Vortex

Thomas Gardner, “Reading the Contemporary Long Poem”

Ron Silliman, “I Wanted to Write Sentences: Decision Making in the American Longpoem”

Burton Hatlen, “From Modernism to Postmodernism: Zukofsky’s ‘A’-12”

Joseph M. Conte, “Seriality and the Contemporary Long Poem”

Anne Dewey, “The Relation between Open Form and Collective Voice in John Ashbery’s Three Poems and Ed Dorn’s Gunslinger

Mark Scroggins, “A ‘Sense of Duration’: Wallace Stevens, Louis Zukofsky, and ‘Language'”

Ruth A. Grogan, “‘Talk is what it’s about’: William Bronk’s Colloquiality”

Gerard Donnelly Smith, “Music of the Spheres”

The Biographer

M. A. Syverson, “The Community of Memory: A Reznikoff Family Chronicle”

Robert Franciosi, “Facing the Fifties: A New Reznikoff Manuscript”

Jayne Marek, “Marianne Moore’s Editorship of The Dial

Keith Tuma, “‘Anglo-Mongrels and the Rose'”

The Bibliographer

Vincent Prestiannia, “Charles Olson: An Analytic Bibliography of Bibliographies and Selective Checklist of Special Collections, Textual Studies, and Miscellanea”

Vincent Prestiannia, “John Ashbery: An Analytic Bibliography of Bibliographies”

The Reviewer

Timothy Materer (Marjorie Perloff, Radical Artifice: Writing Poetry in the Age of Media)

Michael Fournier (E. E. Cummings, Complete Poems 1904-1962, ed. George J. Firmage)

John Peck (Basil Bunting, Briggflatts und andere Gedichte)

Mark Scroggins (Joseph M. Conte, Unending Design: The Forms of Postmodern Poetry)

Cover photograph of Charles Reznikoff with unidentified student, 1970.

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WINTER 1988

WILLIAM BRONK
Special Issue
Guest edited by Burt Kimmelman and Henry Weinfield

CONTENTS

Burt Kimmelman and Henry Weinfield, “Introduction”

William Bronk, “Perspective,” “Holy Ghost,” “Deaf Beethoven,” “Emptying Out,” “The Mind’s Dispossession,” “Vicarious,” “Of Poetry,” “Coming Up Short”

Henry Weinfield, “A Conversation with William Bronk”

Allen Mandelbaum, “To Be a Bronk”

R. M. Ernest, “Silver Brushes”

Tim Longville, “Homage to William Bronk”

Mark Rudman, “Toward a Reading of the Poetry of William Bronk”

James Camp, “At the Inauguration: The Social Muse”

Samuel Hazo, “Another Word for Time: Who Promised You Tomorrow?”

Robert Creeley, “Echoes”

Sherry Kearns, “Life Under Water”

Paul Pines, “Dear Bronk”

James L. Weil, “Your Poems”

Richard Elman, “On William Bronk”

Daniel Wolff, “From Work Sonnets

Cid Corman, “Three Poems”

Richard Carella, “Odyssey”

Jonathan Williams, “A Meta-Four for Bill Bronk”

Michael Perkins, “Summer Light”

Norman Finkelstein, “The Singular Achievement of William Bronk”

Louise Chawla, “Biography of an Antibiograph”

Bruce Campbell, “‘The Mark We Do Not Cross’: The Status of the Proposition in William Bronk’s Poetry”

Edward Halsey Foster, “William Bronk’s The Brother in Elysium: The Authority of Form”

Burt Kimmelman, “Centrality in a Discrete Universe: William Bronk and Wallace Stevens”

Michael Heller, “Bronk’s Manifest

Henry Weinfield, “‘The Cloud of Unknowing’: William Bronk and the Condition of Poetry”

John Ernest, “William Bronk’s Religious Desire”

Edward Halsey Foster, “A William Bronk Checklist (A Selected Bibliography)”

Cover photos by Joyce Block and James L. Weil. Cover poem copyright William Bronk 1979.

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