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Lana Turner No. 10
Poetry on and from
“Blue Year 2017” by Juliana Spahr, David
Mura, Barrett Watten, Adrian C. Louis, David Buuck, Joshua Weiner, Kim Nam-ju,
Ilya Kaminsky, Sawnie Morris, Sandra Simonds, and Brenda Hillman, among others.
Essays on “Black & White” by Claudia Rankine and Fred
Moten, plus Tisa Bryant and Douglas Kearney on the film Get Out.
Special section on Raúl
Zurita with essays by Zurita
(translated by Kristin Dykstra), Forrest Gander, Kent Johnson, and Robert Neustadt, plus Daniel Borzutzky’s translation of
Zurita’s sequence “Unit 420.”
César Vallejo’s brief
prison memoir and two short stories.
essay on poetry’s exemplary subversions.
Featured art by Enrique
Martínez Celaya and Brian Shields.
Poetry by Jorie
Graham, Joyelle McSweeney, Kevin Holden, Tongo Eisen-Martin, Diana Khoi Nguyen,
Rae Armantrout, Karen Garthe, Shane Book, Catherine Wagner, and others.
section consists of Alain Borer’s
essay “The Key to this Savage Parade” and translations of selected poems by Mark Irwin.
Film: Karen Garthe
and Calvin Bedient in dialogue on
Luca Guadagnino’s I Am Love.
The Ilse Aichinger
section consists of selections from Bad
Words: Selected Short Prose
and Uljana Wolf’s essay “Translating the Untraceable.”
Translations of contemporary Chinese Poetry by Dong Li.
Reviews by David Lau,
Tyrone Williams, Geoffrey G. O’Brien, and Mike Sonksen.
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Lana Turner No 9:
Palmer’s “Letter to St. Petersberg,” Giorgio
Agamben’s “The Fire and the Tale,” Alain
Badiou on the artist Pierre Soulages, Kevin
Simmonds on Leontyne Price’s last performance, Cole Swenson on Andre des Gachons’s Watercolors of weather, Alain Badiou on Black as an Invention
of White People, David Lau on the
Political Turn in Poetry, Laura Martin
on Roland Barthes as a Young Marxist, and Carlos
Lara’s translation of Louis Aragon’s classic essay on the beginning of
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Lana Turner #8:
Poetry by César Vallejo,
David Buuck, , Jorie Graham, Douglas Piccinnini, Rae Armantrout, Angelo Mao,
Anne Boyer, Geoffrey G. O’Brien, Anthony Madrid, Sara Deniz Akant, Shane Book,
and Michael Farrell, among others.
César Vallejo on
Art and the Social Sphere, and on Charlie Chaplin, Asad Haider on Baraka and Black Lives Matter, Gopal Balakrishnan on the Meaning of Marxism, Karen Garthe’s Notes on New York, Brian Shields and Emily Wilson
and Calvin Bedient on J. M. W.
Turner, and Eleni Sikelianos, Cole Swensen, and Calvin Bedient on the Experimental Lyric.
Fiction by Jean
Featured Artists: J.
M. W. Turner, Peter Sacks, Hank Saxe.
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Lana Turner #7
Featuring a long debate between Alain Badiou and Alain
Finkielkraut, and Alain Badiou
on Theater and Philosophy, Karen Garthe
on Sorrentino’s movie The Great Beauty,
Emily Wilson on Van Gogh, David Lau on Framing Social Crisis in Films,
Edoardo Sanguineti essays on
Futurism, on Surrealism, and on the literature of cruelty, Alain Badiou on the Age of the Poets, and Andrew Joron on Ronald Johnson’s ARK, among other essays.
Featuring a special section on the Avant-garde in the U.S.A., with essays by Joshua Clover, Kent Johnson, McKenzie Wark, Cathy Park Hong, Joyelle
McSweeney, Tyrone Williams, Jed Rasula, Brenda Hillman, and Nick Twemlow, among others.
Poems by Juliana
Spahr, Aleksandr Skidan, Amelia Rosselli, Joshua Clover, Jasper Bernes, C. D.
Wright, Baudelaire, Jorie Graham, Nick Twemlow, ‘Annah Sobelman, Bin Ramke,
Mallarmé, Robert Fernandez, Amanda Berenguer, Sawnie Morris, Mei-mei
Berssenbrugge, and Aaron Kunin, among many others.
Featured artists: Brian
Shields and Despina Stokou.
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Lana Turner #6:
Featuring poetry by Molly
Bendall, Jessica O. Marsh, Lyn Hejinian Richard Meier, Catherine Wagner, Lauren
Levin, Samuel Amadon, Marjorie Welish, Joshua Clover, James Galvin, Emily
Wilson, Mallarmé, Tomaz Salamun, Sandra Simonds, Barbara Claire Freeman, Alli
Warren, and Dora Malech, among
Featuring also Forrest
Gander’s series of poems on the dancers Eiko & Koma and extracts from Alexander Vvedensky’s The Grey Notebook; and among other essays, Edoardo Sanguineti on the Avant-Garde, Claudia Rankine on Serena Williams, Calvin Bedient on Brenda Hillman, and
David Lau on Committed Poetry.
Featured artist: Maria
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Lana Turner #5:
Benveniste’s Notes on Baudelaire, Lindsay
Turner on Béla Tarr’s movie Turin
Horse, Alain Badiou on Godard’s
film Passion, Joshua Clover on Epic and the World-system, David Lau on Cathy Hong and Will Alexander, Jason E. Smith on Badiou and Riots, Nathan Brown on Badiou and Communist Theory, among other prose
Plus Urs Allemann’s
short story “Aeroaquatia,” and poetry by Rae
Armantrout, C. D. Wright, Jorie Graham, Erín Moure, Ben Lerner, Jane Miller,
Richard Greenfield, Claudia Rankine, Brenda Hillman, Geoffrey G. O’Brien,
Jacqueline Frost, Joshua Clover, Cole Swensen, and many others. Many brief
Featured artist: Barrie
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Lana Turner No 4:
Including essays by Tariq
Ali on “the Abbotabad Incident,” Bernard
Stiegler’s “The Proletarianization of the Subject,” Marilyn Chin’s “Brown Girl Manifesto,” Brian Ang’s “Manifesto: Poetry and Militancy,” Ben Lerner’s “Letter
from New York,” and Robert von
Hallberg on Susan
Poems by Jed Rasula,
Vanessa Place, Tom Raworth, Jeanine Webb, Joshua Clover, Brenda Hillman, Elizabeth Robinson, William
Fuller, Jeffrey Yang, Pablo de Rokha, Rae Armantrout, Paul Hoover, Sandra
Simonds, Angela Carr, Shane Book, Douglas Piccinnini, Karen Garthe, Anthony
Madrid, and many others.
Feature artist: Howard
Lana Turner No 3:
Lau on Poetry as Critique, Vanessa Place on Radically Evil Poetry, Cal Bedient
on Modern Art and Equality, Ben Lerner on the artist Simon Hantai, Marjorie
Perloff on Merce Cunningham, and Gopal Balakrishnan on Badiou's The Century.
Hugo Hopping is
the featured artist.
Forrest Gander, Jorie Graham, Michael Palmer, Nathaniel Mackey, Carolyn Forche,
Jane Miller, and many others.
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Lana Turner No 2:
Featuring poetry by John
Ashbery, Cyrus Console, Ángel Escobar, Shane Book, Ben Lerner, Joshua Clover,
Geoffrey G. O’Brien, ‘Annah Sobelman, Rusty Morrison, Rae Armantrout, Cole
Swensen, and Andrew Joron, among
The essays include C.
D. Wright on Poetry and Wall-mart, Catherine
Wagner on New Sonnet Collections, Calvin
Bedient on Metasexual Poetry, Matt
Lau on Godard, Robert von Hallberg on Film Noir, Steve Willard on Fergie, and Aaron
Benanav on Gopal Balakrishnan’s Agonistics. Plus Gopal Balakrishnan and Joshua
Clover in conversation.
Featured artist: Peter
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1. Poems Introduction: Writing the Between (6) Aditi Machado, 11 Andrew Zawacki, 17 Jamie Green, 21 Douglas Kearney, 26 Susan McCabe, 31 Mars Tekosky, 34 Kevin Holden, 40 Mark Anthony Cayanan, 47 Mark Francis Johnson, 53 Jacek Gutorow (Piotr Florczyk, translator), 60 Mary Cisper, 68 Paul Eluard (Carlos Lara, translator), 72 Karleigh Frisbie, 77 Michael Farrell, 82 C L Young, 85 Felicia Zamora, 90 Peter Eirich, 94 Jonathan Stout, 96 Engram Wilkinson, 98 Joseph Noble, 100
2. Essay-ReviewsJoyelle McSweeney, “Sandra, Dorothea, and Me” (Sandra Simond’s Orlando, Dorothea Lasky’s Milk),104Andrew Joron, “The Ruin of Rules: On a Potential Mash-Up of Oulipo and Surrealism” (Michael Leong, Words on Edge), 113Calvin Bedient, “Description as Endless Payment” (Richard Greenfield, Subterranean), 120David Lau, “Picking up the Radical Signal” (Daniel Borzutzky’s Lake Michigan, Tongo Eisen-Martin’s Heaven Is All Goodbye), 126Ange Mlinko, “James Merril’s The Book of Ephraim” (Stephen Yenser’s new edition), 139Cole Swensen, “Brenda Hillman and the Ampersand” (Brenda Hillman’s Extra Hidden Life, among the Days), 146Calvin Bedient, “Writing as Predation” (Mary Hickman’s Rayfish), 153Calvin Bedient, “The Art of Flitting” (Mark Francis Johnson’s How to Flit), 157
3. ArtAshwini Bhat: Ceramic Sculptures, 161Emily Wilson, “Ashwini Bhat’s Art in Clay,”168Judith Belzer: Recent Oil Paintings, 173Calvin Bedient, “Judith Belzer,” 181
4. PoemsReina María Rodríguez (Kristin Dykstra, translator), 187Elena Byrne, 193 Rae Armantrout , 195 Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, 200 Devon Walker-Figueroa, 210 Sherko Faiq, Yousif al-Saigh, Saadi Yusuf (Azfar Hussain, translator), 221Daniel Borzutzky, 224 Mark Levine, 232 Sawnie Morris, 235 Kyle Booten, 240 Rodrigo Toscano, 246Brian Kim Stefans, 253Rusty Morrison, 257 Daniel Moolten, 260Lily Brown, 261Peter Eirich, 263Thibault Raoult, 265Rajnesh Chakrapani, 267Jorie Graham, 269Rowan Ricardo Phillips, 275Brenda Hillman, 277
5. Politics, Discourse, PoetryAlain Badiou, “Lacan and Politics as a Hole,” 279Kevin Holden, “Utopian Language,” 284Farid Matuk, Shane McCrae, Sandra Simonds: Responses to the question, “Is Poetry Still in the Game?” 298
6. FilmTisa Bryant and Douglas Kearney, “The Syncretic Hinge: A Conversation about the Film Black Panther,” 305
7. ReviewsAmaranth Borsuk (Diana Khoi Nguyen, Ghost of), 325Andrew Joron (Rodney Koeneke, Body & Glass), 329Cole Swensen (Evie Shockley, Semiautomatic), 332Lindsay Turner (Anne Kawaka, Screwball), 335Adrienne Raphel (Emily Sieu Liebowitz, National Park), 338Matt Longabucco (David Buuck, Noise in the Face of), 340Calvin Bedient (Graham Foust, Nightingalessness, Carmen Giménez Smith, Cruel Futures, and Doreen Gildroy, Trilogy) 342
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