Vol 33, No 4 (2007)

Table of Contents


Special Issue. On Discreteness: Event and Sound in Poetry. Introduction Abstract PDF
Louis Cabri 1-19
You asked about sound and it's 28 January 2008 Abstract PDF
Rachel Blau DuPlessis 21-23
The Difference Sound Makes: Gertrude Stein and the Poetics of Intonation Abstract PDF
Scott Pound 25-35
A Williams Sound-Script: Listening to "The Sea-Elephant" Abstract PDF
Bob Perelman 37-53
Kenneth Rexroth and Radio Reading Abstract PDF
Brook Houglum 55-66
From Text to Tongue to Tape: Notes on Charles Bernstein's "1-100" Abstract PDF
Michael S. Hennessey 67-72
The Socio-poetic Landscape of Meredith Monk Abstract PDF
Meredith Quartermain 73-76
Sounding Eyes: Mina Loy's Acoustic Subjectivity in "The Song of the Nightingale is Like the Scent of Syringa" Abstract PDF
Suzanne Zelazo 77-82
Sound or Text: How Do You Heal a "Foreign Anguish"? Abstract PDF
Katherine Verhagen 83-90
Six Short Talks: reading in, around, & on (& on) Ann Carson's "Possessive Used as a Drink (Me): a lecture in the form of fifteen minutes." Abstract PDF
Emily Carr 91-101
Now Not Now: Gertrude Stein Speaks Abstract PDF
Brian Reed 103-113
Performing Authority: Gysin, Bergvall, and the Critique of Expressivist Pedagogy Abstract PDF
Tom Orange 115-126
The Verse Line in Williams Abstract PDF
Bruce Holsapple 127-148
The Structure and Delivery of Style in Milton's Verse: An Electronic Exercise in Vocal Performance Abstract PDF
Reuven Tsur 149-168
The LP Era: Voice-Practice/ Voice Document Abstract PDF
Sarah Parry 169-180
The Secret Charm of Numbers: The Clandestine Relationship between Shortwave Number Stations and Twentieth-Century Poetry Abstract PDF
Geoffrey Hlibchuk 181-194
Re-Tuning: David Antin and the Audio Text Abstract PDF
Jon Cotner, Andy Fitch 195-206

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ISSN: 1913-4835