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Re: Angelaki 5.1: Poets on the Verge

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"David Kennedy" <[log in to unmask]>

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David Kennedy

Date:

Sun, 27 Aug 2000 20:34:01 +0100

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How much is it, Gerard?
cheers
David

-----Original Message-----
From: Gerard Greenway <[log in to unmask]>
To: British Poets <[log in to unmask]>
Date: 27 August 2000 19:25
Subject: ToC: Angelaki 5.1: Poets on the Verge


>
>
>
>_Poets on the Verge_, the 5.1 special issue of _Angelaki: journal of the
>theoretical humanities_, has just been published. The contents list is
>below. 
>
>The web site for the journal is at:
>http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/routledge/0969725x.html
>
>
>>> ANGELAKI 5.1 <<
>
>POETS ON THE VERGE
>
>Issue Editors: Anthony Mellors and Robert Smith
>
>Verge. wand, border, garden, scope, warden, phallus, watch, bend.
>        To verge is to stand on the margins looking in. But the verge is
>also nomadic, horizonal, an awareness of limits, and the point at which
>a boundary may be crossed and something new begins. The indeterminacy
>and openness of the verge makes for modern poetry's fragile and
>hazardous existence. It is why poetry is so difficult to define and why
>it is always edging toward new possibilities. This issue of _Angelaki_
>explores poetry's verge, questioning its inclusions, divisions,
>confines, and potential.
>
>CONTENTS
>
>Editorial Introduction: Poets on the Verge
>-- Anthony Mellors and Robert Smith
>
>Call for Papers: Poets on the Verge
>-- Anthony Mellors and Robert Smith
>
>Taking the Side of Poetry: An Open Letter to the Guest Editors of
>_Angelaki_
>-- Gilbert Adair
>
>I is Reading (poem)
>-- Anthony Mellors
>
>The Two Poetries
>-- Ken Edwards
>
>Five Poems
>-- Clark Coolidge
>
>Hoax Poetry in America
>-- Margaret Soltan
>
>Four Poems
>-- Bruce Andrews
>
>Simple Words and Complex Politics: Language and Identity in Giuseppe
>Ungaretti and Joan Brossa
>-- John London
>
>News of the Wold (poem)
>-- Adrian Clarke
>
>Deferred Action: Irish Neo-Avant-Garde Poetry
>-- Alex Davis
>
>Extract from _The Clump_ (poem)
>-- Peter Larkin
>
>"The Bachelor in His Mediocrity": Late Modernism and the Minor
>Literature of Weldon Kees
>-- Nicholas Spencer
>
>Knowing the Land where Neon Blooms: Ian Hamilton Finlay's 1999
>Installation in Erfurt
>-- Harry Gilonis
>
>Three Poems
>-- Frances Presley
>
>"Connect-I-Cut": George Oppen's _Discrete Series_ and a Parenthesis by
>Jacques Derrida
>-- Garin V. Dowd
>
>Irrigation (poem)
>-- John Wilkinson
>
>Anonymous Poetry
>-- Peter Middleton
>
>Allele (poem)
>-- Michael Haslam
>
>A Child in Question
>-- Vicky Lebeau
>
>Trial / Peace (poem)
>-- Maurice Scully
>
>The Word Folly: Samuel Beckett's "Comment dire" ("What is the Word")
>-- Shane Weller
>
>Mallarme: Serenity and Violence
>-- Malcolm Bowie
>
>From _100 Sonnets_ (poems)
>-- Robert Smith
>
>The Memory of Modern Life (Baudelaire)
>-- Cynthia Chase
>
>Two Poems
>-- Charles Tomlinson
>
>
>210 pages
>Published August 2000
>Routledge, Taylor & Francis
>___________________________
>
>Volume 5 Information
>
>Special Issue 5.3 (October 2000): _Rhizomatics, Genealogy,
>Deconstruction_
>Issue Editor: Constantin V. Boundas
>
>5.3: General Issue 2000 (December 2000--March 2001)
>
>
>Gerard Greenway
>[log in to unmask]
>
>managing editor
>A N G E L A K I
>journal of the theoretical humanities    
>
>Routledge, Taylor & Francis
>http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/routledge/0969725x.html
>
>36A Norham Road
>Oxford  OX2 6SQ
>United  Kingdom
>




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