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The Resource Poets on teaching : a sourcebook, edited by Joshua Marie Wilkinson

Poets on teaching : a sourcebook, edited by Joshua Marie Wilkinson

Label
Poets on teaching : a sourcebook
Title
Poets on teaching
Title remainder
a sourcebook
Statement of responsibility
edited by Joshua Marie Wilkinson
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
808.1/07
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government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN1101
LC item number
.P578 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1977-
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Wilkinson, Joshua Marie
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  • Poetry
  • Poetry
Label
Poets on teaching : a sourcebook, edited by Joshua Marie Wilkinson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Creative unknowing
  • Poetic timeline : toward a new understanding of process
  • Oliver de la Paz
  • Writing the body
  • Bhanu Kapil
  • Trust the turn : focusing the revision process in poetry
  • Michael Theune
  • Impersonal Universe Deck (IUD)
  • K. Silem Mohammad
  • Five steps to the five-minute chapbook
  • Sasha Steensen
  • Cole Swenson
  • Wicker swimmer : straying home
  • Paul Hoover
  • Word is a thing : teaching poetry through object-based learning and felt experience
  • Dorothea Lasky
  • Manifest : an idea with a writing prompt
  • John Gallaher
  • Accessing supra-intelligence : poetry and intuition
  • Christina Mengert
  • Intentional acts : some notes on the heresy of teaching
  • Kazim Ali
  • How to teach "difficult" poetry and why it might not be so difficult after all
  • Why I hate MFA programs, or an argument to prove that the abolishing of the MFA program in American universities may, as things now stand, be attended with very few inconveniences
  • Lisa Jarnot
  • 95 [cents] Skool
  • Juliana Spahr and Joshua Clover
  • Anxious classroom : translation and disabled pedagogy
  • Joyelle McSweeney and Johannes Göransson
  • Thinking, practice
  • Stephanie Young
  • Varieties of poetic experience
  • Jed Rasula
  • Stephen Burt
  • Poundian poetic ambition on the semester system
  • Jennifer Moxley
  • Contract model of workshop
  • Arielle Greenberg
  • Obstructions
  • Joel Brouwer
  • Creative writing midterms
  • Elizabeth Robinson
  • Exploring bias in the writing workshop
  • Prageeta Sharma
  • Teaching : an improvisation
  • Teaching writing through the sonnet tradition
  • Karla Kelsey
  • Readings
  • Jena Osman
  • Learned ignorance
  • Andrew Zawacki
  • Continuing poetry
  • Hoa Nguyen
  • Teaching Asian American women's poetry : subjectivity and the politics of language
  • Sueyeun Juliette Lee
  • Julie Carr
  • Seminar : craft, career, and dead giant
  • Boyer Rickel
  • Ambition of rhetoric : finding poetry in composition
  • Kristin Prevallet
  • Now I will do nothing but listen, to accrue what I hear into this song, to let sounds contribute toward it ; or, a pedagogy
  • Jake Adam York
  • My next great poem
  • Tracy K. Smith
  • What I usually say to my students
  • Linh Dinh
  • Craft can be taught but not the art
  • Poem as animal or machine
  • Terrance Hayes
  • Prometheus and the match
  • D. A. Powell
  • On teaching students how to read poetry
  • Eric Hayot
  • Mystery and birds : five ways to practice poetry
  • Ada Limón
  • Different language
  • Ben Doller
  • Timothy Liu
  • What I tell them
  • Jaswinder Bolina
  • Thirty-three rules of poetry for poets twenty-three and under
  • Kent Johnson
  • Yakking points
  • Mark Yakich
  • Some questions for the threshold of poetry
  • Brenda Iijima
  • Don't paraphrase
  • Matthew Zapruder
  • Alien eggs, or the poet as mad scientist
  • Language is the site of our collective infection
  • Lara Glenum
  • Open door : a meditation
  • Quraysh Ali Lansana
  • Sonnet talk
  • C. S. Giscombe
  • Making the case for Asian American poetry
  • Timothy Yu
  • Some thoughts on teaching poetry to spoken word artists
  • Barbara Jane Reyes
  • Dawn Lundy Martin
  • Politics and the porous imagination
  • Anthony Hawley
  • Utilizing distraction
  • Kristi Maxwell
  • Why
  • Richard Siken
  • Roster
  • Sabrina Orah Mark
  • Mailing the black box
  • G. C. Waldrep
  • March hares and wild trout : against the domestication of poetry
  • Uncreative writing
  • Kenneth Goldsmith
  • Radical strategies : toward a poetics of play
  • Karen Volkman
  • In thought a fine human brow is like the east when troubled with the morning
  • Peter Gizzi
  • Note on Derrida and teaching poetry
  • Lisa Fishman
  • Unlearning to write
  • Ron Silliman
  • Sarah Gridley
  • Po pedagogy
  • Sandra Doller
  • Question and answer
  • Aaron Kunin
  • Things that have their origin in the imagination
  • Lily Brown
  • Image, setting forth selfhood
  • Richard Greenfield
  • Page as poetry's artifact
  • Jenny Boully
  • What's difficult?
  • It's not that I want to say
  • Fred Moten
  • Nothing that is not there and the nothing that is : some notes on teaching poetry
  • Laura Mullen
  • Roadie
  • Mark Wallace
  • Teaching poetry at the California School for the Blind
  • Claire Becker
  • Poem as canvas : interdisciplinary pedagogies
  • Hadara Bar-Nadav
  • Srikanth Reddy
  • Human teacher
  • Tyrone Williams
  • Becoming the poem
  • Spring Ulmer
  • As many questions as answers
  • Bin Ramke
  • Myth and permission
  • Julie Doxsee
  • Pedagogy torments itself with a question that questions itself
  • Dan Beachy-Quick
  • Note on hanging and the uselessness of verse
  • Box
  • Forrest Gander
  • Ax
  • Rae Armantrout
  • Low-down on the warm-up
  • Evie Shockley
  • On the elasticity of the sonnet and the usefulness of collective experimentation
  • Laynie Browne
  • Teaching John Ashbery
  • Graham Foust
  • Albert Mobilio
  • Six S's
  • Catherine Wagner
  • Baggage switch
  • Noah Eli Gordon
  • Holograph
  • Brenda Hillman
  • Two dozen English-to-English translation techniques
  • Jen Hofer
  • Three questions
  • Peter Streckfus
  • Sidelong and uncodifiable
  • Poetry as translation and radical revision
  • Rachel Zucker
  • Doing things in silence
  • Tony Trigilio
  • Taking poetry out for an essay
  • Christine Hume
  • Oddity of Point Roberts : mapping the unknown
  • Bruce Beasley
  • Competitive poetry : Kukai
  • Sawako Nakayasu
  • Eleni Sikelianos
  • Teaching writing without writing
  • Brian Henry
  • Complaint
  • Emily Rosko
  • Poetry of superstition and supposition
  • Aimee Nezhukumatathil
  • Obsession with objects
  • Martha Ronk
  • Taking readings/to take time
  • Matthew Cooperman
Control code
502158657
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 323 pages
Isbn
9781587299049
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2010002366
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)502158657
Label
Poets on teaching : a sourcebook, edited by Joshua Marie Wilkinson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Creative unknowing
  • Poetic timeline : toward a new understanding of process
  • Oliver de la Paz
  • Writing the body
  • Bhanu Kapil
  • Trust the turn : focusing the revision process in poetry
  • Michael Theune
  • Impersonal Universe Deck (IUD)
  • K. Silem Mohammad
  • Five steps to the five-minute chapbook
  • Sasha Steensen
  • Cole Swenson
  • Wicker swimmer : straying home
  • Paul Hoover
  • Word is a thing : teaching poetry through object-based learning and felt experience
  • Dorothea Lasky
  • Manifest : an idea with a writing prompt
  • John Gallaher
  • Accessing supra-intelligence : poetry and intuition
  • Christina Mengert
  • Intentional acts : some notes on the heresy of teaching
  • Kazim Ali
  • How to teach "difficult" poetry and why it might not be so difficult after all
  • Why I hate MFA programs, or an argument to prove that the abolishing of the MFA program in American universities may, as things now stand, be attended with very few inconveniences
  • Lisa Jarnot
  • 95 [cents] Skool
  • Juliana Spahr and Joshua Clover
  • Anxious classroom : translation and disabled pedagogy
  • Joyelle McSweeney and Johannes Göransson
  • Thinking, practice
  • Stephanie Young
  • Varieties of poetic experience
  • Jed Rasula
  • Stephen Burt
  • Poundian poetic ambition on the semester system
  • Jennifer Moxley
  • Contract model of workshop
  • Arielle Greenberg
  • Obstructions
  • Joel Brouwer
  • Creative writing midterms
  • Elizabeth Robinson
  • Exploring bias in the writing workshop
  • Prageeta Sharma
  • Teaching : an improvisation
  • Teaching writing through the sonnet tradition
  • Karla Kelsey
  • Readings
  • Jena Osman
  • Learned ignorance
  • Andrew Zawacki
  • Continuing poetry
  • Hoa Nguyen
  • Teaching Asian American women's poetry : subjectivity and the politics of language
  • Sueyeun Juliette Lee
  • Julie Carr
  • Seminar : craft, career, and dead giant
  • Boyer Rickel
  • Ambition of rhetoric : finding poetry in composition
  • Kristin Prevallet
  • Now I will do nothing but listen, to accrue what I hear into this song, to let sounds contribute toward it ; or, a pedagogy
  • Jake Adam York
  • My next great poem
  • Tracy K. Smith
  • What I usually say to my students
  • Linh Dinh
  • Craft can be taught but not the art
  • Poem as animal or machine
  • Terrance Hayes
  • Prometheus and the match
  • D. A. Powell
  • On teaching students how to read poetry
  • Eric Hayot
  • Mystery and birds : five ways to practice poetry
  • Ada Limón
  • Different language
  • Ben Doller
  • Timothy Liu
  • What I tell them
  • Jaswinder Bolina
  • Thirty-three rules of poetry for poets twenty-three and under
  • Kent Johnson
  • Yakking points
  • Mark Yakich
  • Some questions for the threshold of poetry
  • Brenda Iijima
  • Don't paraphrase
  • Matthew Zapruder
  • Alien eggs, or the poet as mad scientist
  • Language is the site of our collective infection
  • Lara Glenum
  • Open door : a meditation
  • Quraysh Ali Lansana
  • Sonnet talk
  • C. S. Giscombe
  • Making the case for Asian American poetry
  • Timothy Yu
  • Some thoughts on teaching poetry to spoken word artists
  • Barbara Jane Reyes
  • Dawn Lundy Martin
  • Politics and the porous imagination
  • Anthony Hawley
  • Utilizing distraction
  • Kristi Maxwell
  • Why
  • Richard Siken
  • Roster
  • Sabrina Orah Mark
  • Mailing the black box
  • G. C. Waldrep
  • March hares and wild trout : against the domestication of poetry
  • Uncreative writing
  • Kenneth Goldsmith
  • Radical strategies : toward a poetics of play
  • Karen Volkman
  • In thought a fine human brow is like the east when troubled with the morning
  • Peter Gizzi
  • Note on Derrida and teaching poetry
  • Lisa Fishman
  • Unlearning to write
  • Ron Silliman
  • Sarah Gridley
  • Po pedagogy
  • Sandra Doller
  • Question and answer
  • Aaron Kunin
  • Things that have their origin in the imagination
  • Lily Brown
  • Image, setting forth selfhood
  • Richard Greenfield
  • Page as poetry's artifact
  • Jenny Boully
  • What's difficult?
  • It's not that I want to say
  • Fred Moten
  • Nothing that is not there and the nothing that is : some notes on teaching poetry
  • Laura Mullen
  • Roadie
  • Mark Wallace
  • Teaching poetry at the California School for the Blind
  • Claire Becker
  • Poem as canvas : interdisciplinary pedagogies
  • Hadara Bar-Nadav
  • Srikanth Reddy
  • Human teacher
  • Tyrone Williams
  • Becoming the poem
  • Spring Ulmer
  • As many questions as answers
  • Bin Ramke
  • Myth and permission
  • Julie Doxsee
  • Pedagogy torments itself with a question that questions itself
  • Dan Beachy-Quick
  • Note on hanging and the uselessness of verse
  • Box
  • Forrest Gander
  • Ax
  • Rae Armantrout
  • Low-down on the warm-up
  • Evie Shockley
  • On the elasticity of the sonnet and the usefulness of collective experimentation
  • Laynie Browne
  • Teaching John Ashbery
  • Graham Foust
  • Albert Mobilio
  • Six S's
  • Catherine Wagner
  • Baggage switch
  • Noah Eli Gordon
  • Holograph
  • Brenda Hillman
  • Two dozen English-to-English translation techniques
  • Jen Hofer
  • Three questions
  • Peter Streckfus
  • Sidelong and uncodifiable
  • Poetry as translation and radical revision
  • Rachel Zucker
  • Doing things in silence
  • Tony Trigilio
  • Taking poetry out for an essay
  • Christine Hume
  • Oddity of Point Roberts : mapping the unknown
  • Bruce Beasley
  • Competitive poetry : Kukai
  • Sawako Nakayasu
  • Eleni Sikelianos
  • Teaching writing without writing
  • Brian Henry
  • Complaint
  • Emily Rosko
  • Poetry of superstition and supposition
  • Aimee Nezhukumatathil
  • Obsession with objects
  • Martha Ronk
  • Taking readings/to take time
  • Matthew Cooperman
Control code
502158657
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 323 pages
Isbn
9781587299049
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2010002366
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)502158657

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