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Wolfman Librarian and the Trembling Pair of Actor Hands, by Filip Marinovich

Wolfman Librarian and the Trembling Pair of Actor Hands, by Filip Marinovich

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To the End of Ezra Pound

To the End of Ezra Pound

by Nicholas A. DeBoer I. Biographical/Introductory Who is he to be evil?  A toppled man. people don’t change.  They only stand more revealed.” (Olson, Maximus to Gloucester: Letter 2) Within the infinite losses of sixteen million humans in the Great War, including T.E. Hulme & Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Ezra Pound felt a loss that echoed throughout […]

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All About Praxis

All About Praxis

by Rob Faunce

Part 1: Queer Rhetoric and the Therapy of Watching Movies   Judith Halberstam, in “Shame and White Gay Masculinity,” her response to the University of Michigan’s 2003 conference at the University of Michigan on Gay Shame, worried about the potentiality for projecting that shame in other, identity-based ways (her article particularly concerned around race).  Certainly […]

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Taking Its Pulse: Poetry in the Context of Narrative Medicine

Taking Its Pulse: Poetry in the Context of Narrative Medicine

by Jeff Encke

Since its introduction to US medical schools in the early 1970s, interest in literature and medicine has steadily gathered steam, blossoming into a full-fledged academic field featuring a broad range of theories, sub-disciplines, and competing methodologies. Literature & Medicine, launched in 1982, has served as the principal forum for growth and serious conversation around the […]

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Toward a Definition of Collaboration: Collaborative Authorship in the Arts

Toward a Definition of Collaboration: Collaborative Authorship in the Arts

by Rachel Lehrman

Over the last three decades art-theorists and critics have begun to pay more attention to both collaborative teams and collaboration as subjects of enquiry. Around the time this study formally began in 2003, ‘collaboration’ emerged at the forefront of artistic trends and debates: In 2003, the Chapman Brothers were nominated for the Turner Prize as […]

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Thermae, by Christopher Schmidt

Thermae, by Christopher Schmidt

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Olson Meets Web 2.0

Olson Meets Web 2.0

by Thomas Fink

Let’s say that Charles Olson, who fretted about the short life-spans of his male ancestors as an indicator of his early death in “The K” (Olson, Selected 159), does not die in 1970 at the age of 59. Worn out, he goes underground and just observes the culture for a very long time. In full […]

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Interview with Bin Ramke

Interview with Bin Ramke

By Tony Leuzzi (January 2010) Theory of Mind: New and Selected Poems is your tenth book of poetry in 31 years. In that time your poetry, perhaps more than the work of most poets, has undergone some fairly radical evolutions in style and conception. Can you discuss some of the more prominent changes in your […]