14 May 2012

in Kristi McGuire's notes on One Hundred Poems, One Hundred Years of "Poetry" Magazine

1. “I’ve written a lot on Susan Stewart’s work, which takes as a starting point Marx’s notion that even the five senses are the product of historical forces—they have a history, and for Stewart poetry is a record of that history.”—Ange Mlinko, in conversation with Jordan Davis
31. Thank you, Harriet Monroe. Thank you, Ruth Lilly. Thank you, Bernadette Mayer, Catherine Wagner, Juliana Spahr, Alice Notley, Anne Waldman, Rosmarie Waldrop, Pam Rehm, Marjorie Perloff, Lisa Jarnot. Thank you for spaces. Thank you for pointing. Joan Rettalack, Leslie Scalapino, Barbara Guest, Anne Carson. Words. Audre Lorde, Djuna Barnes. Fierce. Sappho. Emily Dick.
50. Creeley. Poetry. May 1961. [The senses, again]
“Into the company of love/it all returns.”

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