Monday, February 18, 2008

Contextual Links (NCF Bay Poetics Class)

I was surprised when a few of my student said they had already tried some of these Bernstein experiments. And, serendipitously, another poetry teacher at NCF has scheduled Bernstein to come speak at the school later in the spring; so, although the focus of the class was not about the aesthetic history or context of current bay poetics, this upcoming event made any dialogue about language poetry even more pertinent.
In which the reviewer talks about “love: as the theme of the first installment of the project. I felt like this was especially useful because it took basic, but huge concept (and a theme that appears in much of student writing) and discusses a language poetry treatment of it.

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