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Poetry, Parapoetics and Architecture at the Contemporary Innovative Poetry Seminar

Posted on 04/05/2012
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The Contemporary Innovative Poetry Seminar presents: 

'Poetry, Parapoetics and Architecture'

Friday, 25 May

Karen Mac Cormack will give a paper, ‘“Enmeshed Tessitura”: Poetry and Architecture’, and Steve McCaffery will talk on ‘Parapoetics and the architectural’.

Karen Mac Cormack  (SUNY) is the author of fourteen books of poetry, including Quirks & Quillets (1991), At Issue (2001), and Implexures (2003). Her most recent book is Tale Light: New and Selected Poems (2010).

Steve McCaffery, David Gray Professor at SUNY at Buffalo, was part of the Canadian sound-poetry group The Four Horsemen and, since Carnival (1967-75) has published numerous volumes of poetry, including Theory of Sediment (1991), The Cheat of Words (1996), and Seven Pages Missing (2000). His critical works include a collection of essays, North of intention (1986) and Prior to Meaning: The Protosemantic and Poetics (2001).

For more information see:

http://events.sas.ac.uk/ies/seminars/315/Contemporary+Innovative+Poetry+Research+Seminar



   
 
 
 
 

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