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An audience member listens to the soundtrack of X Locus: Abluvion, an installation at the American Academy in Rome, May 2011. Jennifer Scappettone's sound piece emanates from a tract of Trajan's aqueduct underground.

An audience member listens to the soundtrack of X Locus: Abluvion, an installation at the American Academy in Rome, May 2011. Jennifer Scappettone’s sound piece emanates from a tract of Trajan’s aqueduct underground.

Readings, interviews, talks @ Jennifer Scappettone’s PennSound author page

PennSound Italiana, edited by Jennifer Scappettone

X Locus (Cortile), a documentary sound collage exploring the courtyard and its underground as a common space of dislocation, with liner notes, 2010 (installed at the American Academy in Rome, first published at textsound)

X Locus (Abluvion), a sonic plunge into the infrastructure of water, empire, and collapse, with liner notes, 2011 (installed at the American Academy in Rome, first published at textsound)

Killing the Moonlight: Modernism in Venice, in conversation with Leonard Schwartz, for Cross-Cultural Poetics radio program, January 2015: part 1 (introduction—Futurism) and part 2 (Futurism—Fellini and Zanzotto).

Recording of “Venice by Electric Moonlight,” in conversation with Jean-Michel Rabaté and Charles Bernstein, at the Slought Foundation

Poems and recordings at The Poetry Foundation

On translating Amelia Rosselli, and the borders of poetry and translation, at the Circumference podcast

On “Vase Poppies,” by Jennifer Scappettone, a writing-through of H.D.’s “Sea Poppies,” at PoemTalk, with Judith Goldman, David Pavelich, Don Share, and Al Filreis

Profile and poetry recordings at Knox Writers House

On Susan Howe’s Emily Dickinson, with Marcella Durand, Jessica Lowenthal, and Al Filreis at PoemTalk

2 poems from From Dame Quickly @ Drunken Boat

Italian Poetry Now with Milli Graffi, Maria Attanasio, Giovanna Frene, and Marco Giovenale @ Chicago Public Radio


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