Sunday, November 01, 2015
The State of Poetry Criticism: Perloff, Archambeau, Logan & More
Good news for those interested in the state of poetry criticism: there's a feature on that very topic just now available in the latest issue of The Battersea Review. It includes contributions by...
...and my own contribution, "The Work of Criticism in the Age of Mechanical Recommendation"
As usual, The Battersea Review feels like a great party, with all sorts of guests. Outside of the symposium on criticism, the focus of the current issue is on French-language writing, and there's too much to list, but as a longtime lover of all things Tintin, let me point to Alexandra Kulik's piece on the life of Tintin's creator Hergé, "Tintin and the Well of Dissatisfaction."