Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Of matters pedagogical eco-critical and lyrical...

For those eco-poets out there, those of you who think of nature as a one-way concern, please check out How2's folio on eco-criticism. And if there is a woman, or man, or mouse out there who has yet to read Donna Haraway's Cyborg Manifesto, get at it. No, you don't have to love it. Yes it seems dated.

I've mentioned Bernadette Mayer's extensive list of writing experiments before, but here it is again.

And for those who want to think about the way they approach poetry--something beyond the basic formal models--here's a useful list of questions to frame your reading from Rachel Blau Duplessis.

Still looking for interesting critical work on the lyric and eco-critical in Canadian poetry.

No comments: