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From the Archives: Two Poems, by Charles Bernstein and Ted Greenwald

 

Happy birthday, Charles Bernstein! Celebrate by reading two poems written by Bernstein in collaboration with Ted Greenwald that we published May 7, 2019. The poems were collected and published this year in The Course (Roof Books).

 

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Poet, essayist, theorist, and scholar Charles Bernstein is the author of many books, including most recently Near/Miss, Recalculating, All the Whiskey in Heaven, Attack of the Difficult Poems, and Girly Man. He is the 2019 winner of Bollingen Prize from Yale University, the premiere American award for lifetime achievement.

Ted Greenwald authored more than 25 books of poetry, including Lapstrake; Blink; The Life; You Bet!; Common Sense; Word of Mouth; Looks Like I’m Walking; You Go Through; Something, She’s Dead; The Up and Up; and The Age of Reasons. Greenwald lived in New York City until his death in 2016.

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