In his review of two of Robert Creeley’s last published books, Douglas Manson urges us to read these late poems as sending ideas outward, toward an “outside,” so that we begin gathering in tomes, searching for quotes.
Byrd, Don. The Poetics of the Common Knowledge. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1994.
—. “The Shape of Zukovsky’s Canon.” Terrell 163-185.
Hatlen, Burton. “From Modernism to Postmodernism: Zukofsky’s ‘A’-12.” Scroggins 214-229.
Kenner, Hugh. “Two Pieces on ‘A.’” Terrell 187-202.
Labinger, Jay A. “Encoding an Infinite Message: Richard Power’s Gold Bug Variations.” Configurations 3.1 (Winter 1995): 79-93.
From Zukofsky’s “A” to Powers’ Goldbug Variations, in search of a social ecology of the self-discursive text.
A conversation with Pierre Joris and Jerome Rothenberg on the technology and politics of the millenial anthology.