some links that I liked visiting in the past week or two

Jennifer Cooke:

Read her poems "Congelatine" and "The Profundity of Cod" in onedit 11.

http://www.onedit.net/issue11/jenniferc/jenniferc.html


"‘Congelatine’ is specifically about Loughborough"...
Sophie Robinson interviews Jennifer Cooke:

http://voguefabricsdalston.com/feelings-sophie-robinson-asks-jennifer-cooke-a-few-poetry-related-questions/


Five more poems, in Great Works: "Honda's Right Hand Works Hard", "REEMOIR", "CARBURUNDRUM MORNS", "SONNET A", "THE SECOND DAY"

http://www.greatworks.org.uk/poems/jco1.html


And a couple of essays:

“Public Disorder” and Poetry, 2010-2011

http://www.bbk.ac.uk/cprc/events/Jennifer_Cooke_-_Poetry_and_Revolution_conference_paper.pdf

Statement of Contradictions (for Militant Poetics Forum)

http://militantpoetics.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/statement-of-contradictions-jennifer.html



Robert Archambeau: 


"But you’re right about this particular book of mine being mostly about male poets."
Hope Leman interviews Robert Archambeau,  - this is the interview that really pissed off Anne Boyer (according to her tweets):

http://criticalmargins.com/2014/01/22/interview-robert-archambeau/

Johannes Göransson interviews Robert Archambeau, touching on political poetry, the "Cambridge School", Andrea Brady, Kafka and Auden.

http://www.argotistonline.co.uk/Archambeau%20interview.htm



Elisa Gabbert:


Read an extract from The Self Unstable:

http://new.bostonreview.net/NPM2013/elisa_gabbert_poem.php


Elisa Gabbert's interventions on the New York Daily News furore. 

http://thefrenchexit.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/about-that-new-york-daily-news-piece.html
http://thefrenchexit.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/beauty-and-subversion-can-privilege-be.html

Date-rape on Downton?

http://thefrenchexit.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/downtown-abbey-was-mary-date-raped-and.html



Andrea Brady:

Read an (all-too-short) extract from Mutability: Scripts for Infancy:

http://seagullbooks.org/blog/2013/02/01/an-extract%E2%80%94mutability/



MP


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