September 29, 2019

Table of Contents

Having once again lost our Table of Contents I will, in the next few weeks, try to rebuild the site, this time in alphabetical order, to make it easier for my readers to access its references. Unfortunately, it will take a great deal of time to make all the links again. I don't comprehend why we have twice lost the Contents page, but we will persist.

All materials on this blog are copyrighted (c) 1990 by Douglas Messerli

Albanian Poetry
      Essay “The Unshackling of Albanian Poetry” by John Taylor
Rafael Alberti (Spain) [1902-1999]
      Essay “Poet to Painter” by Douglas Messerli
Anne-Marie Albiach (France) [1937-2012]
      Obituary on Albiach by Charles Bernstein
      “In Memory of Anne-Marie Albiach 1937-2012 by
          Robin Tremblay-McGraw
Will Alexander (USA) [1948]
George Albon (USA) [1954]
Pierre Alferi (France) [1963]
Francisco Alvim (Brazil) [1938]
Yehuda Amichai [Ludwig Pfouffer] (b. Germany/Israel)[1924-2000]
Mário de Andrade (Brazil) [1893-1945]
Oswald de Andrade (Brazil) [1890-1954]
     Essay “Cannibal Manifesto” by Oswald de Andrade
Bruce Andrews (USA) [1948]
     Essay-review “Wordscape Poets” (on works by Bernstein, Andrews, and Perelman)
       by Douglas Messerli
Ralph Angel (USA) [1951]
*David Antin (USA) [1932-2016]
      Charles Bernstein and David Antin's book, A Conversation with David Antin [link]
      Essay “David Antin” Cultural Icon” (on David Antin’s death) by Douglas Messerli [link]
      Essay-review “Answering the Sphinx” (on Antin’s I Never Knew What Time It Was) by Douglas
      Interview-essay "Conversational Critic, Talking Poet David Antin," by Robert Pincus
      Essay “Fractures of Self” (on Antin’s Radical Coherency) by Douglas Messerli
      Trove of Getty talk pieces by Antin [link]
Arnaldo Antunes (Brazil) [1960]
Guillaume Apollinaire (France) [1880-1918]
Louis Aragon (France) [1987-1982]
Braulio Arenas (Chile) [1913-1988]
Walter Conrad Arensberg (USA) [1878-1954]
*Rae Armantrout (USA) [1947]
      Essay “The Present’s Chronic Revision,” by Douglas Messerli
      Review TLS review of Rae Armantrout and Susan Howe [link]
Edda Armas (Venezuela) [1955]
Tammy Armstrong (Canada) [1974]
Céline Arnauld [Carolina Goldstein] (b. Romania/France)[1885-1952]
H[ans] C[arl] Artmann (Austria) [1921-2000]
John Ashbery (USA) [1927]
      Review of Ashbery’s Wakefulness by Marjorie Perloff
      Essay “The Pick-up,” by Douglas Messerli
      Essay-review "Late Indulgences: John Ashbery's Breezeway" by James Gibbons [link]
Nelson Ascher (Brazil) [1958]
      Essay “The Professor of Everything and the Professor of Nothing” (on Ascher in São
        Paulo) by Douglas Messerli (with note)
W.H. Auden (England/USA) [1907-1973]
      THE AUDEN GROUP (England)
Delmira Augustini (Uruguay) [1886-1914]
Carlos Ávila (Brazil) [1955]
Kofi Awoonor (Ghana/formerly Gold Coast) [1935-2013]
      One of Awoonor’slast poems [link]
Gennadi Aygi (Russia/Chuvash) [1934-2006]
      Essay-review“Word-faces” (on Aygi’s Child-and-Rose) by Douglas Messerli
*Ece Ayhan (Turkey) [1931-2002]
      Book A Blind Cat Black / Orthdoxies (and PDFfile)
      Essay “Flying” (on Ayhan’s The Blind Cat Black and Orthodoxies) by Douglas
*Charles Bernstein (USA) [1950]
      Essay "Pitching Poetry: Charles Bernstein's Essays and Interviews" (on Bernstein's The Pitch of 
      Poetry) by Douglas Messerli
Johannes Bobrowski (DDR/now Germany) 1917-1965
Attilio Bertolucci (Italy) 1911-2000
*Regis Bonvicino (Brazil) 1955
       Review (on Bonvicino's Beyond the Walls: New Selected Poems) by Marcelo Lotufo for Brasil
      Magazines, essay by Douglas Messerli
Joseph Ceravolo (USA) 1934-1988
     Essay "The Complex and Passionate Poems of Joseph Ceravolo" by Douglas Messerli [link]
Concrete Poetry, essay "An Eye for Words: Concrete Poetry at the Getty" by Douglas Messerli [link]
Michael Davidson (USA) 1944
Ted Greenwald (USA) [1942-2016]
     Essay "Ted Greenwald's Poems Chart Our Connections to the Earth," by Douglas Messerli [link]
Susan Howe (USA) 1937
     Essay "Intertextual Depth in Susan Howe's Debths" by Douglas Messerli [link]
Robert Hunter (USA) 1941
     Essay "Robert Hunter: Poet" by Douglas Messerli
Douglas Messerli (USA) 1947
     Essay "An Eye for Words: Concrete Poetry at the Getty" [link]/at Chapman University) by 
Nestor Prelongher (Argentina, died Brazil) 1949-1992
     Essay "Nestor Perlongher Conjures the Disappeare and the Dead" by Douglas Messerli [link]
Joe Ross (USA) [1960]

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