Thinking and Feeling: contemporary poetry conference at Plymouth Uni

I spent the weekend of May 20th to 22nd at Plymouth University attending and presenting at Contemporary Poetry: Thinking and Feeling.

I delivered a paper ”a miracle¬† can you speak¬† i am electronic’: technology, voice and authenticity in poetry by Holly Pester and Hannah Weiner‘, looking at Holly Pester’s ‘Buddy Holly on my Answer Machine’ from Hoofs and Hannah Weiner’s ‘RJ Romeo & Juliet’ from Code Poems.

There were great plenaries from Redell Olsen on landscape language lines and fields; and from Matvei Yankelevich, Holly Pester and Jack Underwood. Well done to organisers Many Bloomfield and Anthony Caleshu.







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