Nathaniel Tarn Feature
Photo: Indian prince with quetzal headdress mask, Dance of the Conquest, copyright © Nathaniel Tarn, 1979, 1999
Nathaniel Tarn: Based on a thirty-year span of fieldwork in Guatemala, Scandals in the House of Birds is a multi-voiced epic of a sacred crime, and its tangled mythic, religious, and political ramifications
Nathaniel Tarn : on new poetic forms
Richard Caddel, Maxine Chernoff, Bill Griffiths, Lisa Jarnot, Robert Kelly, John Kinsella, Jennifer Moxley, Sheila Murphy, J.H. Prynne, Michael Rothenberg, Douglas Rothschild, Ron Silliman, Nathaniel Tarn, Adrian Wiggins.
You can read a report by Robert Archambeau on the Post-War American Poetry Conference in Liège, Belgium, held in March 1999
. . . and the 22nd Festival Franco-anglais de Poésie in Paris from 10 to 15 May 1999 - the theme is LANGAGES DU TEMPS MOBILE and you can read all about it at "La Traductière", the Internet site for the literary translation magazine edited by the indefatigable Jacques Rancourt in Paris.
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