Alexandra Posted November 26, 2003 Report Share Posted November 26, 2003 Edwin Denby is considered by many America's greatest dance critic; he's certainly the Patron Saint of many. I just found an extensive collection of articles in Jacket (February-March 2003) about him: Edwin Denby Feature: Edwin Denby, 1903–1983 — edited by Karlien van den Beukel Rudy Burckhardt: ‘And then I met Edwin...’: Rudy Burckhardt talks to Simon Pettet Yvonne Jacquette Burckhardt: Edwin Denby Jacob Burckhardt: Martens Bar (with photo of Martens Bar and MP3 audio file of Edwin Denby reading ‘Disorder, mental, strikes, me; I’) ‘The Cinema of Looking’: Rudy Burckhardt and Edwin Denby in conversation with Joe Giordano Lynne Hjelmgaard: Ten poems Vincent Katz: Poem: Edwin Sitting Nicole Mauro: Ode: To Edwin Denby Alice Notley: Intersections with Edwin's Lines Simon Pettet: poem: ‘Fortunate proximity of lives...’ Noel Sheridan: Remembering Edwin Denby Simon Smith and Ron Padgett: A conversation about Edwin Denby Brian Kim Stefans: poem: A california submerged Anne Waldman interviews Edwin Denby, 1981 Edwin Denby interviews artist Neil Welliver Audio links: Edwin Denby reads five of his poems Vincent Katz’s site curated for the New York Studio School on ‘Rudy Burckhardt’s Maine’ contains eight sonnets by Edwin Denby: ‘The sonnets he wrote later in life, in Maine, where he spent summers with Burckhardt’s family, show his characteristic compression and opacity taken to new extremes.’ Quote Link to comment
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