Barrett Watten, “Faultlines in Poetics: Culture / Politics / Economics / Generation”
Maria Damon, “Two Modernist Precursors in Cultural Studies and Poetics: (How) Can They Help Us Now?”
George Hartley, “Under the Sign of Paideuma: Scary Ideograms & The New Fascisms”
Joel Nickels, “The Art of Interruption: William Carlos Williams and New Materialist Poetics”
Sarah Ruddy, “‘Bad Timing’ and Language Poetry in Benjamin Friedlander’s Simulcast”
Morgan Myers, “Ezra Pound Me Fecit: Memorial Object and Autonomous Poem in The Cantos”
Steve Pinkerton, “Profaning the Communion Table: Mina Loy and the Modernist Poetics of Blasphemy”
Bruce Holsapple, “On Whalen’s Use of Voice”
Jane Augustine (Analyzing Freud: The Letters of H.D., Bryher and Their Circle, ed. Susan Stanford Friedman; and Rachel Connor, H.D. and the Image)
Richard L. Blevins (Michael Heller, Uncertain Poetries)
Patricia Cockram (Ira B. Nadel, Ezra Pound: A Literary Life; and Ezra Pound, Early Writings: Poems and Prose, ed. Ira B. Nadel)
Leon Surette (Mary de Rachewiltz, Ezra Pound, Father and Teacher: Discretions; and Ezra Pound, The Spirit of Romance)
The cover features a handwritten page from The Collected Poems of Philip Whalen (Wesleyan UP, 2007).
With the conclusion of volume 35 Paideuma moves to a biannual format, though our plan for the foreseeable future is to publish double issues only. The once-a-year format is better suited to our present staffing situation and should help us maintain a regular production schedule. Stay tuned for news about volumes 36 and 37.