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The next Poets and Critics Symposium will be devoted to the work of Kevin Killian. Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 December. Université Paris 7 Denis Diderot, Bâtiment Olympe de Gouges 9:45am-5pm, room 830 (8th floor of the Olympe de Gouges Building). How to get there? For detailed instructions and directions, click HERE. & Poetry reading with Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian and Esther Salmona, www.doublechange.org Monday […]
Books Kevin Killian Reader (ed. Andrew Durbin) (Los Angeles: Semiotexte), forthcoming Spring 2018. Triangles in the Sand (memoir) (New York: Badlands Unlimited), forthcoming 2018. Writers Who Love Too Much: New Narrative 1977-1997 (edited by KK and Dodie Bellamy) (New York: Nightboat Editions), 2017. Tony Greene Era (poetry) (New York, Wonder Books), May 2017. Selected Amazon […]
REVIEWS Jacques Khalip reviews Kevin Killian’s first book of poems: http://archive.emilydickinson.org/titanic/material/khalipkillian.html INTERVIEWS Joseph Bradshaw interivews Kevin Killian about his work on Jack Spicer: http://www.raintaxi.com/reviving-jack-spicer-an-interview-with-kevin-killian/ Tony Leuzzi interviews Kevin Killian about his first two books of poetry: https://chax.org/eoagh/issuefive/killian.html Matt L. Rohrer interviews Kevin Killian and discusses his photography http://htmlgiant.com/interviews-2/you-must-continue-at-all-costs-talking-with-kevin-killian-about-his-tweaky-village/ Sophie Seita interviews Kevin Killian about editing […]
ANTHOLOGIES Canary Island Connection, ed. Manuel Brito, (Zasterle, 2017) Writers Who Love Too Much, ed. Dodie Bellamy and Kevin Killian, (Nightboat, 2017) The Poem is You, ed. with commentary by Stephen Burt, (Harvard Uiversity Press, 2016 Like A Musical Instruments, ed. Larry Fagin with photography by John Sarsgard, (Frankfurt, KY: Broadstone Books, 2014) Postmodern American […]
Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 December 2017: Kevin Killian Symposium Thursday 15 and Friday 16 February 2018: Carla Harryman Symposium
Programme de recherche soutenu par l’Institut Universitaire de France, l’Université Gustave Eiffel, l’Université de Paris & l’Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint Denis Vincent Broqua, Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint DenisOlivier Brossard, Université Gustave EiffelAbigail Lang, Université de Paris contact: email@example.com “POETS & CRITICS”, is a research project on experimental literary criticism funded by Université Gustave Eiffel, Université de Paris, […]