Posts tagged "Rachel Levitsky"
amselm hoolo memorial reading
[ Wednesday, June 5, 2013; 8:00 pm; ] Join us as we celebrate the life and work of Anselm Hollo; poet, translator, teacher and great friend to the Project.With Jane Dalrymple-Hollo, Bill Berkson, Pierre Joris, Nicole Peyrafitte, Edmund Berrigan, Josephine Clare, Bob Perelman, Anselm Berrigan, Hoa Nguyen, Lisa Jarnot, Simon Pettet, Carla Harryman, Rachel Levitsky, Jonathan Skinner, Steven Taylor and David Henderson.
[ Wednesday, April 3, 2013; 8:00 pm; ] Rachel Levitsky is recently the author of a novel, The Story of My Accident is Ours (Futurepoem, 2013) as well as two other full-length books of poetry, Under the Sun (Futurepoem, 2003) NEIGHBOR (UDP, 2009) and a number of chapbooks including Renoemos (Delete, 2010). She was the founder of the feminist avant-garde network, Belladonna* which [...]
Rachel Blau DuPlessis (Introduced by Rachel Levitsky) & Tony Lopez (Introduced by Arlo Quint)
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Wednesday Night Coordinator: Stacy Szymaszek
Video by Andrea Cruz.
Confinement as Commons
Probably all comparison is specious. At least wrong. There was feudalism and then there was capitalism. There were horse drawn carriages and then there were cars. For a while there were both and it was natural to compare them as ways of getting somewhere. Or the telephone as a way of communication soon [...]
Notes on Thoughts on Confinement #3
Poetics of Speed
What is a blog and how do you do it? I had a plan and now find myself surprised to be without internet so I can’t get into facebook to check on my list of bleaker 70s movies and where is the Melanie lyric? But I was talking [...]
THOUGHTS ON CONFINEMENT 2: “HEY”
(Note: “Melanie and the Movies” postponed until next week)
Just “Hey” is frequently how my students begin an email to me (and this despite a long schpiel I give at start of each semester on how they can call me Rachel or Professor Levitsky whatever is easier/more comfortable for them). I confess [...]
THE FIGURE WANDERS ON ALONE
In Progress: Thinking Notes on Writing and Confinement
Stacy asked me to do the February web log, the first one due today and I said yes, what might you like to see me log about? Stacy said, ‘your work teaching in prison.’ I can’t probably do that very directly but, since last [...]