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Ronald Johnson: Life and Works

Edited by Joel Bettridge and Eric Murphy Selinger

CONTENTS

Part One

Ratatouille & Co.: Johnson in Context

Mark Scroggins, “Notes and Numbers (Johnson, Ives, Zukofsky)

Patrick Pritchett, “Olson, Orpheus, Oz”

Norman Finkelstein, “Exploring the Johnson-Duncan Connection”

Andre Furlani, “‘Yours Be the Speech’: Ronald Johnson’s Milton and Guy Davenport’s Bashō”

Edward Foster, “Not Where We Used to Be Now: Protestant Aesthetics in the Poetry of Ronald Johnson and William Bronk”

Donald Revell, “They Drank an Arrowhead: Henry Thoreau and Ronald Johnson”

Barbara Cole, “To Do As Eve Did: Ronald Johnson’s Dickinsonian Poetics of (Not) Choosing”

Susan M. Schultz, “Grandmothers and Hunters: Ronald Johnson and Feminine Tradition”

Part Two

Windows Only Outward: Early and Concrete Poems

Mark Scroggins, “The Book of the Green Man: Ronald Johnson’s American England”

George Hart, “A New Green Script: Reading The Book of the Green Man Ecorcritically”

Michael Basinski, “The Concrete Poetry of Ronald Johnson in Relation to That of Ian Hamilton Finlay”

Jonathan Brannen, “Into the Words: Ronald Johnson’s Visual Poetry”

Marjorie Perloff, “Ronald Johnson’s Verbicovisuals: Songs of the Earth

Jena Osman, “Paronomastic Migrations”

Logan Esdale, “Editing Paradise (Lost): Milton, Bentley, and Johnson”

Nicholas Lawrence, “Ronald Johnson’s Radi os: A Report on Method”

TABLE 1: Maze / Mane / Wane

TABLE 2: First page of Book I, Paradise Lost, crossed out by Johnson

TABLE 3: Pages two and three of Book I, Paradise Lost, crossed out by Johnson

Part Three

Paradise Found: ARK

Rachel Blau DuPlessis, “Echological Scales: On ARK of Ronald Johnson”

Eric Murphy Selinger, “ARK as a Garden of Revelation”

Joel Bettridge, “Camp, Reading, Democracy”

Eric Keenaghan, “World-Building and Gay Identity: Ronald Johnson’s Singularly Queer Foundations

Jonathan Skinner, “Upper Limit Tu-Whit: Ronald Johnson’s Field Guide Poetries”

Burt Kimmelman, “The Lyre and the Atom: Ronald Johnson’s Reinvention of Nature”

Gregg Biglieri, “‘Of My Cells I Sponge’: Quotation and the Sublime of Minute Particulars in Ronald Johnson’s Poetry”

Richard Deming, “‘Common Places of Feeling’: Ronald Johnson and the Space of Poetics”

Part Four

Countdown for Lift Off: Later and Posthumous Works

Graham Foust, “‘a place of spulcher / in splice of time’: An Essay for Ronald Johnson’s Blocks

Paul Naylor, “After ARK

Bradin Cormack, “A Syntax of Vision: The Last Poems of Ronald Johnson”

Devin Johnston, “Trespass and Permission in The Shrubberies

Part Five

Cheers, Ron: Interviews and a Memoir

Barry Alpert, “Ronald Johnson: An Interview (1974)”

Peter O’Leary, “An Interview with Ronald Johnson (1995)”

Peter O’Leary, “Gilding the Buddha: My Apprenticeship with Ronald Johnson”

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Mina Loy: Woman and Poet

Edited by Maeera Shreiber and Keith Tuma

CONTENTS

Love Songs to Joannes

Eric Murphy Selinger, “Love in the Time of Melancholia”

Rachel Blau DuPlessis, “‘Seismic Organism’: Sexual Intercourse and Narrative Meaning in Mina Loy”

Peter Quartermain, “‘The Tattle of Tongueplay’: Mina Loy’s Love Songs

Maeera Shreiber, “‘Love Is a Lyric / of Bodies’: The Negative Aesthetics of Mina Loy’s Love Songs to Joannes

Jeffrey Twitchell-Waas, “‘Little Lusts and Lucidities’: Reading Mina Loy’s Love Songs

Anglo-Mongrels and the Rose

Marjorie Perloff, “English as a ‘Second’ Language: Mina Loy’s ‘Anglo-Mongrels and the Rose’”

Elisabeth Frost, “Mina Loy’s ‘Mongrel’ Poetics”

Keith Tuma, “Mina Loy’s ‘Anglo-Mongrels and the Rose’”

Enter Mina Loy

Mina Loy: Interview with Paul Blackburn and Robert Vas Dias, introduction by Carolyn Burke

Roger Conover, “(Re) Introducing Mina Loy”

Susan Gilmore, “Imna, Ova, Mongrel, Spy: Anagram and Imposture in the Work of Mina Loy”

Anita Helle, “Playing with Elegy: Mina Loy’s Poetry of Mourning”

Tyrus Miller, “‘Everyman His Own Fluroscope’: Mina Loy’s Insel Between Aura and Image Machine”

Ellen Keck Stauder, “Mina Loy on Brancusi and the Futurists”

Janet Lyon, “Mina Loy’s Pregnant Pauses: The Space of Possibility in the Florence Writings”

Marisa Januzzi, “Mongrel Rose: The ‘Unerring Esperanto’ of Loy’s Poetry”

Susan E. Dunn, “Mina Loy, Fashion, and the Avant-Garde”

Richard Cook, “The ‘Infinitarian’ and Her ‘Macro-Cosmic Presence’: The Question of Loy and Christian Science”

A Poet’s Corner

Kathleen Fraser, “‘Contingent Circumstances’: Mina Loy/Basil Bunting”

Norma Cole, “A Few Words About Mina Loy”

Barbara Guest, “Note on Mina Loy”

Rachel Blau DuPlessis, “A Letter on Loy”

Anne Waldman, “Tantrik Loy”

Bibliography

Marisa Januzzi, “A Bibliography of Works By and About Mina Loy”

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