Friday, April 29, 2011

New interviews up at Big Bridge and WWAATD

The new issue of Michael Rothenberg’s Big Bridge includes an interview with me about my new book, Unable to Fully California plus

The letters of Stan Brakhage and Michael McClure, the poetry of Lew Welch, and poetry by Basil King, Sandy Berrigan, Clayton Eshleman, Anne Gorick, Susan McKechnie, Robert Kelly, J.J. Blickstein, and many others, along with translations of Rimbaud by Bill Zavatsky, Rilke by Art Beck, Nakahara Chuya by Jerome Rothenberg, and 25 Venezuelan poets translated by Rowena Hill and reviews of books by Valery Oisteanu, Louis Armand, Bobbi Lurie, Ami Kaye, Jack Foley and A.D. Winans among many other features. I’m still pouring through it all.

Also: check out this mini-interview in Daniel Nester’s We Who Are About to Die where I discuss 1970s vintage leather jackets, Stanley Kubrick, Santorini, my new book Unable to Fully California, Pocahontas, 1920s Paris, and Billy Joel.

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