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Sound as Sense

Contemporary US Poetry &/in Music


Michel Delville and Christine Pagnoulle

Contents: Michel Delville/Christine Pagnoulle: Introduction – Richard Quinn: Black Power, Black Arts, and the Ethic of the Ensemble – Corinne Andersen: «I Dance Wildly inside Myself»: Music as Metaphor for Transculturation in Zora Neale Hurston’s Autoethnographic Oeuvre – Samantha Pinto: Feminist Subjectivity and the Everyday Blues: The Casual Erotics of Harryette Mullen – Christophe Den Tandt: Staccato, Swivel and Glide: A Poetics of Early Rock ‘n’ Roll Lyrics – Alex Cszisar: Reading Coolidge Speaking while not Speaking – Nick Selby: Embodied Music: Robert Creeley, Hilda Morley and a Sense of Measure – Tim Woods: «Art tracking music»: Louis Zukofsky’s Po/Ethics of Music – Antoine Cazé: «Pas de Deux»: Dusapin Sings/Stein to Be Sung – Stephen Cain: The Poetics of R. Murray Schafer – Erik Ulman: Olson and Musical Composition.