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The Lives of the Poems: A Lecture

The Lives of the Poems: A Lecture

Beckman, Joshua
Title: The Lives of the Poems: A Lecture
Reading Date: Thursday, September 11, 2014

Welcome-12568

Description:

by Tyler Meier

Introduction -12569

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by Hannah Ensor

On haiku as daily and collaborative practice-12570

On the physicality of paper-based drafts-12571

On making meaning through listening to poems-12572

On solidifying a poem-12573

On reading as a kind of writing; on titling poems-12574

On the poem as a temporary accumulation of resonances; on rhyme-12575

On sharing or keeping poems-12576

On poems, place, and itinerancy; on the aboutness of poems-12577

Question and Answer Session-12578

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Reading Date: Thursday, September 11, 2014
Series: Bagley Wright Lecture Series on Poetry
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center
Location(s): UA Poetry Center

In this lecture titled "The Lives of the Poems," Joshua Beckman discusses his writing process and the physical experience of his poems. Included throughout are excerpts from unpublished poems written between 2008 and 2012.

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