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Poets on teaching : a sourcebook / edited by Joshua Marie Wilkinson
Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, c2010
book jacket
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 4th Floor  PN1101 .P578 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Poetry -- Study and teaching
Poetry -- Authorship
Physical Description xx, 323 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents March hares and wild trout : against the domestication of poetry / Sarah Gridley -- What's difficult? / Srikanth Reddy -- Note on hanging and the uselessness of verse / Albert Mobilio -- Sidelong and uncodifiable / Eleni Sikelianos -- Creative unknowing / Cole Swenson -- How to teach "difficult" poetry and why it might not be so difficult after all / Stephen Burt -- Teaching : an improvisation / Julie Carr -- Craft can be taught but not the art / Timothy Liu -- Alien eggs, or the poet as mad scientist / Dawn Lundy Martin -- Uncreative writing / Kenneth Goldsmith -- Radical strategies : toward a poetics of play / Karen Volkman -- In thought a fine human brow is like the east when troubled with the morning / Peter Gizzi -- Note on Derrida and teaching poetry / Lisa Fishman -- Unlearning to write / Ron Silliman -- Po pedagogy / Sandra Doller -- Question and answer / Aaron Kunin -- Things that have their origin in the imagination / Lily Brown -- Image, setting forth selfhood / Richard Greenfield -- Page as poetry's artifact / Jenny Boully -- It's not that I want to say / Fred Moten -- Nothing that is not there and the nothing that is : some notes on teaching poetry / Laura Mullen -- Roadie / Mark Wallace -- Teaching poetry at the California School for the Blind / Claire Becker -- Poem as canvas : interdisciplinary pedagogies / Hadara Bar-Nadav -- Human teacher / Tyrone Williams -- Becoming the poem / Spring Ulmer -- As many questions as answers / Bin Ramke -- Myth and permission / Julie Doxsee -- Pedagogy torments itself with a question that questions itself / Dan Beachy-Quick -- Box / Forrest Gander -- Ax / Rae Armantrout -- Low-down on the warm-up / Evie Shockley -- On the elasticity of the sonnet and the usefulness of collective experimentation / Laynie Browne -- Teaching John Ashbery / Graham Foust -- Six S's / Catherine Wagner -- Baggage switch / Noah Eli Gordon -- Holograph / Brenda Hillman -- Two dozen English-to-English translation techniques / Jen Hofer -- Three questions / Peter Streckfus -- Poetry as translation and radical revision / Rachel Zucker -- Doing things in silence / Tony Trigilio -- Taking poetry out for an essay / Christine Hume -- Oddity of Point Roberts : mapping the unknown / Bruce Beasley -- Competitive poetry : Kukai / Sawako Nakayasu -- Teaching writing without writing / Brian Henry -- Complaint / Emily Rosko -- Poetry of superstition and supposition / Aimee Nezhukumatathil -- Obsession with objects / Martha Ronk -- Taking readings/to take time / Matthew Cooperman -- Poetic timeline : toward a new understanding of process / Oliver de la Paz -- Writing the body / Bhanu Kapil -- Trust the turn : focusing the revision process in poetry / Michael Theune -- Impersonal Universe Deck (IUD) / K. Silem Mohammad -- Five steps to the five-minute chapbook / Sasha Steensen -- Wicker swimmer : straying home / Paul Hoover -- Word is a thing : teaching poetry through object-based learning and felt experience / Dorothea Lasky -- Manifest : an idea with a writing prompt / John Gallaher -- Accessing supra-intelligence : poetry and intuition / Christina Mengert -- Intentional acts : some notes on the heresy of teaching / Kazim Ali -- Why I hate MFA programs, or an argument to prove that the abolishing of the MFA program in American universities may, as things now stand, be attended with very few inconveniences / Lisa Jarnot -- 95 [cents] Skool / Juliana Spahr and Joshua Clover -- Anxious classroom : translation and disabled pedagogy / Joyelle McSweeney and Johannes Göransson -- Thinking, practice / Stephanie Young -- Varieties of poetic experience / Jed Rasula -- Poundian poetic ambition on the semester system / Jennifer Moxley -- Contract model of workshop / Arielle Greenberg -- Obstructions / Joel Brouwer -- Creative writing midterms / Elizabeth Robinson -- Exploring bias in the writing workshop / Prageeta Sharma -- Teaching writing through the sonnet tradition / Karla Kelsey -- Readings / Jena Osman -- Learned ignorance / Andrew Zawacki -- Continuing poetry / Hoa Nguyen -- Teaching Asian American women's poetry : subjectivity and the politics of language / Sueyeun Juliette Lee -- Seminar : craft, career, and dead giant / Boyer Rickel -- Ambition of rhetoric : finding poetry in composition / Kristin Prevallet -- Now I will do nothing but listen, to accrue what I hear into this song, to let sounds contribute toward it ; or, a pedagogy / Jake Adam York -- My next great poem / Tracy K. Smith -- What I usually say to my students / Linh Dinh -- Poem as animal or machine / Terrance Hayes -- Prometheus and the match / D. A. Powell -- On teaching students how to read poetry / Eric Hayot -- Mystery and birds : five ways to practice poetry / Ada Limón -- Different language / Ben Doller -- What I tell them / Jaswinder Bolina -- Thirty-three rules of poetry for poets twenty-three and under / Kent Johnson -- Yakking points / Mark Yakich -- Some questions for the threshold of poetry / Brenda Iijima -- Don't paraphrase / Matthew Zapruder -- Language is the site of our collective infection / Lara Glenum -- Open door : a meditation / Quraysh Ali Lansana -- Sonnet talk / C. S. Giscombe -- Making the case for Asian American poetry / Timothy Yu -- Some thoughts on teaching poetry to spoken word artists / Barbara Jane Reyes -- Politics and the porous imagination / Anthony Hawley -- Utilizing distraction / Kristi Maxwell -- Why / Richard Siken -- Roster / Sabrina Orah Mark -- Mailing the black box / G. C. Waldrep
Alternate Author Wilkinson, Joshua Marie, 1977-

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