photo: Susan Bee
CV with hyperlinked bibliography (books, essays, reviews)
PennSound (audio and video)
Commentary @ Jacket2
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Poetry Foundation and Poets.Org (selected poems)
Retirement celebration: video, audio, book
EPC Digital Edition of Artifice of Absorption
Charles Bernstein / American Innovator –– More Numerous of: A Kinetic Approach (37 Blue Editions: (digital edition, 2019)
First publication of Shivers’s 2001 dissertation, with a new introduction by the author and foreword by Richard Deming.
Przekroj (Warsaw): " The Darkness He Called Night" with commentary by Julia Fiedorczuk
PN Review 247: " Procuring Poetry" (translation of Drummond)
Australian Book Review: " Karen Carpenter" (#411, May)
"Cardio Theater," "Rime and Raison" from Big Other: The Course (with Ted Greenwald)
Digital edition of "Asylum" (1974) with source text.
Robert Wood, "Groucho and Me: an Interview with Robert Wood, "
, July 4, 2019 Los Angeles Review of Books Blog
Penn Gazette: an interview by Daniel Akst.
Penn School of Arts and Sciences
OMNIA: Podcast — “You Can’t Hurt A Poem, And Other Lessons from Charles Bernstein”: full episode.
"Doubletalking the Homophonic Sublime: Comedy, Appropriation, and the Sounds of One Hand Clapping"
Sound/Writing (2019): pdf On Whitman's Preface to
Leaves of Grasss in Every Atom: Reflectiomns on Whitman at 200 "
Poetic Citizenship and Negative Dialectics" in A-Line (2019) "
An Mosaic for Convergence" -- reboot of 1998 hypertext essay at EBR
Li Zhimin, Reflections of Charles Bernstein's Avant-garde Poetics on Basis of Pitch of Poetry,"
Foreign Language Studies 39:3, April, 2017 (Wuhan China): pdf Feng Yi, "The Negative Economy of Nothingness in Charles Bernstein’s Poetics,"
International Comparative Literature, 2:2 (2019): pdf
introduction to Frederick Hertzberg Bernstein interview. , Journal of Foreign Languages and Cultures 2:2 (December 2018 ): pdf
Penn Current on , October 14, 2018 Near/Miss (Louisa Shepard) Feng YI, Bernstein's Echopoetics (with special attention of
Recalculating and Pitch of Poetry), Chinese, Jianghan University Academic Journal, 34:4 (2018): PDF. See also Feng's 2019 article on her residency at Penn, written for Zhaohui’s Echopoetics translation.
Hazel Smith, "
Experimental Confessionalism: The Personal Turn in American Post-conceptual Poetry," with special reference to the title poem in Recalculating, at Cordite Poetry Reivew #87 (2018)
Inez Okulska, “Douglas Robinson, Charles Bernstein, VERSATORIUM and Metonymic Repetition: Tropes as a Practical Tool for Translation Criticism” in
#34 English (Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Poland): Przekładaniec: A Journal of Translation Studies pdf
Marjorie Perloff and Al Filreis discuss "Today Is the Last Day of Your Life ’til Now" (
Recalculating), video for ModPo (2018); Al Filries and Laynie Browne
Leevi Lehto, "Against the idea of Poetry," Foreign
Literary Studies, Wuhan, China, Vol. 29, No. 2 April 2007
(English tr. of Lehto’s preface
-- ( Asylums Eclipse) ; digital edition of title poem
-- (Sun & Moon, 1994) (pdf of complete book) Dark City
-- (1974)[html of complete book] Disfrutes
-- Log Rhythms, with Susan Bee (Granary Books, 1998): pdf
-- (1989) The Nude Formalism with Susan Bee ((recommended that you read pdf in facing pages, 2-up) ,
-- ( The Occurrence Of Tune Eclipse)
-- ( Parsing Eclipse)
-- ( Poetic Justice Eclipse)
-- (1991) [html of complete book] Rough Trades
-- with Mimi Gross, (Granary Books, 2005) Some of these Daze
-- (1978) ( Shade Eclipse)
-- (1976) [html of complete book] Veil
-- [Editor] 43 Poets (1984), special issue of boundary 2: pdf of full issue-- [Editor] "Language Sampler" in
Paris Review 1982: single pdf scan of issue.
-- [Co-Editor] (1978-1981) ( L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Eclipse)
-- [Co-Editor] L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Distributing Service catalog (c. 1978)
--[Editor] "L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Lines" in The Line in Postmodern Poetry, ed. Frank/Sayre (Urbana: University of Illinois, 1988)
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Richard Tuttle & Charles Bernstein, "With Strings"
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