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The History and Practice of Experimental Poetics with Lucas Bailor

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with Lucas Bailor

This lecture will discuss experimental poetry’s history and the various ways it is interpreted in contemporary writing. Rather than working through a definition of what exactly experimental poetry is, we will look at ways it has been realized and interpreted in various historical, social, and theoretical contexts. Continue reading The History and Practice of Experimental Poetics with Lucas Bailor

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Theory & Philosophy 34: Henry David Thoreau on Nature

Part of a series of events for National Poetry Month

Old Capitol Books and the Direct Action Monterey Network are coming together for the thirty-fourth iteration of the Theory & Philosophy Reading Group, working through a mini-series on Environmental Philosophy. At the end of April, we’ll come together to read the poetry and the prose of Henry David Thoreau, whose nature writings were an essential part of the New England Transcendentalist movement. Continue reading Theory & Philosophy 34: Henry David Thoreau on Nature