Eugenio Montale (1896-1981) won the 1975 Nobel Prize in Literature. He carried the tradition of Italian lyric poetry into the twentieth century with unrivaled power and brilliance. Jonathan Galassi, the translator of Eugenio Montale: Collected Poems 1920- 1954, reads and discusses Montale’s poems. Readings in Italian by Anthony Viscusi
Do you want to learn to navigate the many literary services of the World Wide Web? This guided tour showcases electronic poetry books and magazines and offers information about a wide range of resources, including online poetry workshops and publishing.
As new technologies for publishing and distribution create new opportunities and challenges, all of our presuppositions about reaching poetry audiences must be re-examined. With a special focus on the interactions of book publishing, literary journals, the spoken word and the internet, this discussion will chart the shifting ground of the current literary landscape.