Linda Gregerson discusses her new book of poems, The Selvage, and her calling as a poet and professor of Renaissance literature in conversation with Forum Director David Thorburn and members of the audience.
Linda Gregerson discusses her new book of poems, The Selvage, and her calling as a poet and professor of Renaissance literature.
Katherine Hayles and Rita Raley on how mainstream and avant-garde poets and writers have been exploring the literary potential of the computer for decades.
“The married duo combined their separate love of writing and technology to create this augmented reality art project that would explore the relationship between handmade books and digital spaces.”
Poet and scholar Amaranth Borsuk discusses authorship, materiality, and her poetic practice as a multi-media writer and artist.
Los Angeles artist and special effects virtuoso Pat O’Neill filmed The Decay of Fiction (2002) in the landmark Ambassador Hotel, once the center of Hollywood celebrity culture. His film blurs the boundaries between architectural investigation, urban documentation, and aesthetic exploration.
This is a two-hour single session designed to discuss the parallel relationships between the American music and poetry from the 1950s to 70s.