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Jed Rasula


Jed Rasula on Dada, Kelly Writers House, Philadelphia, PA, 5 December 2016

Appearing on Cross Cultural Poetics Episode #247: Burning City, February 9, 2012

  • Rasula discusses the big new anthology he has co-edited with Tim Conley, Burning City: Poems of Metropolitan Modernity (Action Books) — part one (27:56): MP3 / part two (30:52): MP3

Group Reading at Modernist Studies Association, Hallwall's Contemporary Art Center, Heatstrings, Buffalo, October 7, 2011

  • Jed Rasula (5:09): MP3

Appearing on Cross Cultural Poetics, Episode #191: Quite a Linup, with host Leonard Schwartz, April 26, 2009

Complete Recording (20:43): MP3

Appearing on Cross Cultural Poetics, Episode #149: Compost and Silence, with host Leonard Schwartz, October 21, 2007

Complete Recording (28:14): MP3

Reading at Wednesdays @ 4 Plus, SUNY-Buffalo, February 21, 2001

  1. Accidental Research Apprehensions (1:54): MP3
  2. Rotation as Remedy (3:19): MP3
  3. Five Dictums and a Commentary (1:32): MP3
  4. Arena (3:07): MP3
  5. The Friend of Anything (1:45): MP3
  6. Dakota (1:56): MP3
  7. The Ambassadors (6:30): MP3
  8. Last Words (2:48): MP3

Complete Reading (23:24): MP3

Reading and discussion of the anthology Imagining Language with Steve McCaffery at the Kelly Writers House, University of Pennsylvania, April 4, 2000

Introduction by Bob Perelman (2:49): MP3

Introductory Remarks (12:38): MP3

Q&A on Imagining Language (32:03): MP3

  1. On anthology production (6:19): MP3
  2. On categorization (4:24): MP3
  3. On timing (7:30): MP3
  4. On technology (6:43): MP3
  5. On procedure (6:06): MP3
Poems read by Jad Rasula:
  1. Untitled (2:50): MP3
  2. Repeat If Necessary (3:03): MP3
  3. The House Was Quiet and the World Was Calm (4:34): MP3
  4. The Ambassadors, Part One (2:57): MP3
  5. The Pomps of the Subsoils (12:56): MP3

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