Master Class with Glyn Maxwell

Glyn Maxwell is the author of the poetry collections Out of the Rain (1992); Rest for the Wicked (1995), which was short-listed for both the Whitbread Poetry Award and the T.S. Eliot Prize; The Breakage (1998), and One Thousand Nights and Counting: Selected Poems (2011). He has taught at Columbia University, New York University, and The New School.

Application Deadline: Friday, October 28

Passwords: A Seminar with Jen Bervin on Emily Dickinson

Poet and artist Jen Bervin leads a two-part seminar on Emily Dickinson’s poems and several of the textual issues associated with her work.

Like the Wheels of Birds': Emily Dickinson's Itinerary of Escape

Textual scholar Marta Werner explores Dickinson’s late artistic itinerary through a reading of fragments, including canceled writings, pinned texts and envelope poems.

Passwords: A Seminar with Glyn Maxwell on Chaucer and Christopher Marlowe

British poet and playwright Glyn Maxwell discusses early English poetry, with a special focus on the highlights of Geoffrey’s Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and Christopher Marlowe’s mythological poems.

Passwords: David Young on Petrarch

Poet and translator David Young shares his translations of Petrarch and discusses the 14th century poet’s extraordinary sonnets, which serve as models for lyric poetry.

Passwords: A Seminar with Jean and Robert Hollander on Dante

Scholar Robert Hollander and poet Jean Hollander discuss their translation of The Divine Comedy and serve as wayfinders through Dante’s lyrical universe

An Evening with Hungarian poet Dénes Krusovsky

Poet and translator Dénes Krusovsky reads his poetry and discusses his recent investigations into how poet Hart Crane and performance artist Chris Burden define the human body.

Approaching You in English: Israeli poet Admiel Kosman with Lisa Katz

Admiel Kosman, considered one of Israel's leading poets, shares the stage with his English-language translator Lisa Katz. They will read and discuss Kosman’s poems.

Passwords: Jerome Rothenberg on Ethnopoetics and the Origins of Poetry

Editor and poet Jerome Rothenberg presents an investigation and celebration of the world's primal cultures and the poetries that emerged from these regions. His discussion will include sound poems, dream poems, chants and happenings from Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

Philosopher Poet: A Reading and Conversation with Michel Deguy

Known for stretching the very concept of poetry, 81-year-old French poet and professor of literature Michel Deguy reads his poems and discusses his thoughts on modern poetics and philosophy.

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