A Voice Full of Cities: The Collected Essays of Robert Kelly

!OUT NOW! It is no exaggeration to suggest that Robert Kelly may well be America’s most prolific poet, and certainly one of the most singular and ceaselessly innovative writers the country produced in the 2nd part of the past century. To date, he has published more than 70 books of poetry and fiction — books that reveal a breathtaking range, from freshly minted trobar clus and contemporized sonnet forms, … Read more A Voice Full of Cities: The Collected Essays of Robert Kelly

Review of “Cartographies of the In-Between”

Ambulatory Criticism Amanda Montei From: American Book Review Volume 34, Number 4, May/June 2013 p. 28 | 10.1353/abr.2013.0057 In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:  Pierre Joris is perhaps best recognized for his work as a translator, particularly for his award-winning translations of Paul Celan’s poetry, though he has also authored more than two-dozen books of poetry and has collaborated on numerous editorial projects … Read more Review of “Cartographies of the In-Between”

Nomadic Travels and Travails Conference

International Poetry Seminar Moving Back and Forth between Poetry as/and Translation: Nomadic Travels and Travails with Alice Notley and Pierre Joris (7-8 November 2013, Université Libre de Bruxelles) Convener: Franca Bellarsi Co-convener : Peter Cockelbergh Over the last forty years, the concepts of nomadism and rhizomatic writing have become ever more prominent in North-American verse. The different yet highly complementary trajectories of Alice Notley and Pierre Joris are two cases … Read more Nomadic Travels and Travails Conference

Rain Taxi Review of “Cartographies”

A review of Pierre Joris-Cartographies of the In-between by Megan Burns was just published by Rain Taxi.Opening para below: PIERRE JORIS Cartographies of the In-Between edited by Peter Cockelbergh Litteraria Pragensia (€12) by Megan Burns “There is no difference between inside and outside at the poem’s warp speed.” —Pierre Joris, Notes Toward a Nomadic Poetics Cartographies of the In-Between collates a number of essays by various writers about Pierre Joris and … Read more Rain Taxi Review of “Cartographies”

The Prague MicroFestival…

…that starts tomorrow will celebrate Cartographies of the In-Between, the book of essays on my work that Peter Cockelbergh edited. Alas, I cannot be in Prague, though I will do a reading — presented live by Peter Cockelbergh who is right now in the train from Brussels to Prague — tomorrow at 6p.m. local time via a Skype videocast that will be screened at Klub K4 in the good city of Prague.

Review of Cartographies in “The Prague Post”

A collection of essays and interviews on a “nomad poet” Posted: April 4, 2012 (original here) By Stephan Delbos – Staff Writer | Comments (0) | Post comment Walter Novak For many readers and writers, poetry seems an increasingly anachronistic practice in our digital age, one that has failed to keep up with revolutionary developments in the ways we read and process information. But one writer’s concept of “nomad poetics,” which crosses … Read more Review of Cartographies in “The Prague Post”

Cartographies of the In-Between

Happy, indeed, to announce this book of essays & homages on my work, & to give thanks to all of those who contributed — & especially to Peter Cockelbergh who gathered, edited & translated the work with great finesse in record time & with superb devotion:   PIERRE JORIS – CARTOGRAPHIES OF THE IN-BETWEEN ed. Peter Cockelbergh ISBN 978-80-7308-370-0 (paperback). 420pp. To order the book click here: Litteraria Pragensia or … Read more Cartographies of the In-Between

Cartographies of the In-Between

This announcement in from Literatura Pragensia some time ago: PIERRE JORIS CARTOGRAPHIES OF THE IN-BETWEEN   ed. Peter Cockelbergh ISBN TBA (paperback) 300pp Publication date: December 2011 Price: € 12.00 (not including postage) Pierre Joris’s work is known to many and in many guises, but nevertheless seems to slip through the mazes of American, British, French, North African, Luxemburgish and German secondary literature. Long overdue, this volume brings together … Read more Cartographies of the In-Between

Cockelbergh’s “Marginalalia”

Peter Cockelbergh has just written what amounts to the first solid review of my book of essays, Justifying the Margins. For the occasion he has done way more: he has put together a feature on my work for Jacket # 40 —  you can access it all here — that includes, besides his review, a choice of poems, extracts from the forthcoming Paul Celan Meridian volume, and two essays … Read more Cockelbergh’s “Marginalalia”