Allen Ginsberg in Austin – Interview – 1978
March 18, 2017
Interviewer: So we want to figure out what’s best, you know, what will be most comfortable for you. What I want to do is an oral history of the ‘Sixties and Austin’s an interesting area because there’s a major university with a lot of anti-war… There was a segregtion case, a very[…]
Expansive Poetics 87 – (Cezanne’s Methodology)
July 21, 2014
AG:  (So) (Guillaume) Apollonaire’s “Zone” – We have three different translations here and I have a couple others with me. The first one which is probably good as a working[…]
Spontaneous Poetics – 132
September 10, 2013
Student: I’d like to ask you and Philip Whalen what languages that you read poetry in besides English and in what ways you[…]
Spontaneous Poetics – 131 (Henri Michaux)
September 9, 2013
Student: I wanted to ask you about Henri Michaux AG: Yes Student: And Ed Dorn, and James Tate AG: Henri Michaux, Ed Dorn and James Tate! – Well, once I was standing on a street corner in Paris, talking with Henri Michaux and Gregory Corso. And, let’s see, it was 1965 probably,[…]