ABORTED NURSES: A GEOPOETICS
ABORTED NURSES: A GEOPOETICS

My Harriet post for Mother’s Day and the formula babies has been published on the Poetry Foundation’s website after a slight delay. Find it here, the first installment of a series of occasional writings for the month of May.

A GLASS VENEZIANELLA
A GLASS VENEZIANELLA

Last gasps of Futurism revisited by way of more translation of Venezianella e Studentaccio, Marinetti’s 1943-44 “aeronovel or aeropoem” that envisions the resurrection of Venice as a female colossus of blown glass: stylistically speaking, a cross between homage to the cosmopolitan anachronism of the city of lagoons and a blown-out pastiche of Fascism’s would-be colonial […]

“ADVANCED””POETRY””WRITING”
"ADVANCED""POETRY""WRITING"

A workshop designed by Jennifer Scappettone at the University of Chicago, Spring 2016 In this course, we will examine a range of formal, theoretical, and sociopolitical currents in contemporary poetry as a means of provoking and informing our own creative work. The class will provide a laboratory for new creative tactics, not simply a revision […]

IL PRESENTE DISCONTINUO/THE DISCONTINUOUS PRESENT
IL PRESENTE DISCONTINUO/THE DISCONTINUOUS PRESENT

Gian Maria Annovi has written a beautiful review of Killing the Moonlight for alfabeta2. I’m grateful for his identification of a geopoetics of infrastructural inquiry/empathy that I’ve been working on, methodologically speaking, & not without interference, for the past decade or so. In Killing the Moonlight: Modernism in Venice,…, Jennifer Scappettone sembra riprodurre nella scrittura […]

AEOLIAN HARPING
AEOLIAN HARPING

This is coming up, & it seems apt that it’ll be snowing in Buffalo whereas it was gorgeous in LA: a conversation on Landscapes, Mappings, Networks: Digital/Material Crossings: with Stephen Voyce & Adelaide Morris, Jen Scappettone, Heriberto Yepez, Mark Wallace at Poetics: (The Next) 25 Years. My 2 pennies: “Copper Lyres and Aeolian Harping of […]

BREATH’S COMPASS
BREATH'S COMPASS

I’m thrilled to be giving the keynote address for “The Poetics of Place: Performing Selves In and Beyond Cities,” the 13th Annual English Studies Graduate Student Conference at the Université de Montréal on March 10-11, 2016. The event aims to explore the poetics of (non)urban spaces and the ways in which the city serves as […]

DATA WE BREATHE (in progress): SUNDAY @ 6018 NORTH
DATA WE BREATHE (in progress): SUNDAY @ 6018 NORTH

Data We Breathe (a work in progress) Caroline Bergvall, Judd Morrissey, and Jennifer Scappettone, with special guest cris cheek 6018 | North 6018 North Kenmore Ave. Sunday, February 28th, 2016, 6pm http://www.in-time-performance.org/data-we-breathe-salon/ http://www.6018north.org/current-upcoming-projects/#/http/wwwin-time-performanceorg/data-we-breathe-salon/ In this in-progress presentation of The Data That We Breathe at the stripped housing of 6018 North, Caroline Bergvall, Judd Morrissey, Jennifer […]

IRONY OF MARGINALITY: ROSSELLI @ OXFORD U
IRONY OF MARGINALITY: ROSSELLI @ OXFORD U

I’m thrilled to be joining Emanuela Tandello, Chiara Carpita, Maria Borio, Gian Maria Annovi, Daniela La Penna and Lucia Re this Friday, February 26, in discussion about “the irony of otherness and marginality” in Amelia Rosselli’s poetry. I’ll be presenting recent work on the event of performance and/as translation: “Chloris in Plural Voices: Performing Translation […]

POETICS OF BREATH @ GRAY CENTER
POETICS OF BREATH @ GRAY CENTER

Wed, Jan 27, 2016 7:00pm – 9:00pm Caroline Bergvall, Judd Morrissey, Jennifer Scappettone: readings and talks toward a collaborative poetics of breath Gray Center Lab in Midway Studios, 929 E. 60th St., Chicago Mellon Fellows Caroline Bergvall (London-based artist, writer and performer), Judd Morrissey (writer, code artist and professor, School of the Art Institute of […]

BEING EMBEDDED: TRANSLATION @ ASYMPTOTE
BEING EMBEDDED: TRANSLATION @ ASYMPTOTE

“Translation obliges that you be embedded, digging your way out of the enemy logic word by word.” Temporarily virtual friends: I spoke at Asymptote with Alexis Almeida of my various projects across poetry, research, and translation; naturally we began with Amelia Rosselli. Have a look here: Amici temporaneamente virtuali: ho parlato qui su Asymptote Journal […]

LAGUNA AS ARCHIVE IN MAKE MAG
LAGUNA AS ARCHIVE IN MAKE MAG

Nathanaël and I are writing together about lagoons and/as archives—that “each book occupies, for me, the place of a memory loss….” makes for the initial traces of that conversation, here and in the print version of MAKE Magazine #16:

BE AND BE DUG (MSA READING)
BE AND BE DUG (MSA READING)

DIG AND BE DUG IN RETURN: A POETRY READING at the Modernist Studies Association Annual Conference in Boston Westin Copely Place, 10 Huntington Ave, Boston MA Friday, November 20, 5:30 p.m. Essex Center The motto for this creative uprising comes from Langston Hughes, but participants wage poetic revolution under myriad banners. Please join Stephen Burt, […]



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