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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... no. 7 September 2017 of Journal of Poetics Research est. 2014 Journal of Poetics Research
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  • Only literary material within AustLit's scope individually indexed. Other material in this issue includes:

    Ward Ritchie: UCLA Interview, JPR 07, Part One

    Ward Ritchie, UCLA Interview, JPR 07, Part T

    Aaron Belz, 2017: 4 poems

    Jake Zeitlin: A Ramble

    Michele Leggott: Writing Lines

    Michele Leggott: Emily and Her Sisters

    Art Beck: This Powerful Rhyme

    Guy Rotella reviews Kevin Gallagher’s book of poems Loom

    Marjorie Perloff: How “Simultaneous” Is It?

    Cendrars: La Prose du Transsibérien (trans. D. Wellman)

    Dimitris Lyacos: Poena Damni, translated by Shorsha Sullivan

    A Column of Cloud and a Column-of-Fire: Dimitris Lyacos’ Poena Damni, by Robert Zaller

    BURMA: Maung Day: Some Burmese Poems, Part 1 of 2

    BURMA: Maung Day: Twenty-first Century Burmese Poetry (article)

    Necessary vulnerability:   an interview with Allen Fisher by Simon Collings Joshua A.W. Gardner: reviews Basil King

    Ron Padgett: Joe Brainard in 1961-63

    Elisabeth Frost and Dianne Kornberg: Rose Was All There Was

    Heller Levinson: poems

    Paul Hoover: poems

    Cathy Wagner: 4 poems

    Deborah Meadows: Dragon Boat: A Play

    Jerome Rothenberg: for David Antin

    Tom Hibbard: The Ecologies of Diversity

    Rachel Blau DuPlessis: 6 Hankies

    Suermondt reviews Wroblewski

    Elaine Equi: 3 poems

    Marc Vincenz: 7 poems

    Raewyn Alexander: 2 poems

    Hilton Obenzinger: 2 poems

    Lisa Samuels: 4 poems

    Marcel Inhoff: reviews Ben Mazer

    Jesse Glass: poems

    Dorothy Lehane: Bettbehandlung [Bedrest]

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* Contents derived from the 2017 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Line from Charles Bernsteini"One of my favorite soups—", Mark Young , single work poetry
Where Can S/he Be?i"In the rainy", Mark Young , single work poetry
La Carriole Du Pere Junieri"A week late I finally", Mark Young , single work poetry
A Different Set of Infographicsi"She followed the guide", Mark Young , single work poetry
Escapologyi"White spaces filled", Mark Young , single work poetry
Rustic Saltinessi"We are clearly in motion,", Mark Young , single work poetry
Toby Fitch : Themparks, Toby Fitch , single work criticism

'In her review of John Ashbery’s translation of Illuminations in The New York Times, Lydia Davis reminds us that: “When Rimbaud’s mother asked of A Season in Hell, ‘What does it mean?’ — a question still asked of Rimbaud’s poetry, and of Ashbery’s, too — Rimbaud would say only, ‘It means what it says, literally and in every sense’.” ' (Introduction)

Where He Diedi"I have always thought a poem, but never this.", Corey Wakeling , single work poetry
Bubblei"How much of the present is a bubble", Corey Wakeling , single work poetry
Logodaedalusi"Fowl with virtual wings dreams of rockets. Fowl can’t be owl.", Corey Wakeling , single work poetry
The Missing Citationsi"Sometimes I want a festival of proper nouns.", Corey Wakeling , single work poetry
Cento : Towards Homonymic Consciousness, Robert Wood , single work criticism

'The above passage is striking not only for the embodied, epidermal associations of Indigeneity (‘sun-tanned’), but also for the concordance of Noonuccal’s ‘double existence’ with transnational discourses of Blackness that come before and after her. One reads in this passage a similarity to both W.E.B. Du Bois’ ‘double consciousness’ and a popular contemporary iteration expressed in the phrase ‘walking in two worlds’. ' (Introduction)

Status and Identity in Poetry : A Footnote, Robert Wood , single work criticism

'Status changes depending on our choice of and performance in language games as they exist dialectically. This is not merely to highlight the performativity of a proposition but to say language’s materiality, and activity, is paradoxically a real and ideal symptom and structure. If I say ‘I’m white’ the meaning of that depends on context as will the response.' (Introduction)

Country & Western, Robert Wood , single work criticism

'That poetry is implicated with politics is incontrovertible.  As Theodore Adorno writes ‘art exists in the real world and has a function in it, and the two are connected by a large number of mediating links.’   Those mediating links however, the things that connect each to the other, are harder to grapple with. What does the daily life of a protest poet look like compared to a conservative one when both work in a modern university? What poetry does the politician read?' (Introduction)

And Aesthetic Chills Is Their Namei"you can’t frisson like that any more", Toby Fitch , single work poetry
All the Skies above Girls on the Runi"a big boom was passing over my head lugubrious in the dark air", Toby Fitch , single work poetry
The EM+ Stanzas, A. J. Carruthers , sequence poetry
Chilli"refrigerate the deal", Joanne Burns , single work poetry
Draini"the wind blew ~", Joanne Burns , single work poetry
Planchettei"the anarchy of sober", Joanne Burns , single work poetry

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