Chicago Review

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Articles from Vol. 46, No. 1, Winter

Contemporary Poetry from Central and Eastern Europe
In 1999, Chicago hosted two conferences devoted to contemporary poetry from Central and Eastern Europe. The first, in April, was organized by the Goethe-Institut and ALTA in conjunction with a special issue of Poetry on contemporary German-language...
"In Memory of My Feelings"
Recently I went to the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art to see "In Memory of My Feelings," a delightful show (up through November 14) that features many, what might be called "cozy" collaborations between Frank O'Hara and the artists in his life...
The Silhouette of the Bridge
I laughed at Keith and Rosmarie Waldrop's reading at Columbia College in October of last year. Twice I laughed out loud, along with many others in the audience, when Keith Waldrop, reading from his book The Silhouette of the Bridge, iterated and reiterated,...
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