The Monkey & the Wrench: First Look
Super secret first peek!
Monkey see, monkey do. Throw a monkey wrench in the works. Monkey mind. Don’t monkey with it. Hundredth monkey effect. Infinite monkey theorem. No more monkeys jumping on the bed. A barrel full of monkeys. Etc. And then what happens?
Coming in January 2011:
Robert Archambeau, “The Discursive Situation of Poetry”
Stephen Burt, “Cornucopia, or, Contemporary American Rhyme”
Michael Dumanis, “An Aesthetics of Accumulation: On the Contemporary Litany”
Elisa Gabbert, “The Moves: Common Maneuvers in Contemporary Poetry”
Joy Katz, “Goodbye, Goodbye, Goodbye; Notes on the Ends of Poems”
David Kirby, “A Wilderness of Monkeys”
Benjamin Paloff, “I Am One of an Infinite Number of Monkeys Named Shakespeare, or: Why I Don’t Own this Language”
Elizabeth Robinson, “Persona and the Mystical Poem”
Cole Swensen, “Response to ‘Hybrid Aesthetics and its Discontents’”
Michael Theune; Arielle Greenberg; Craig Santos Perez; Megan Volpert; Mark Wallace; “Hybrid Aesthetics and its Discontents”