December 22, 2012

Language as an Artistic Medium

By Amit Majmudar

Visual art, language, and music fall along a spectrum whose two ends are the “representative” and the “nonrepresentative.” By “representation” I mean of the physical world. Historically, a visual art […]

February 28, 2012

Of ideogrammar

By Andrew David King

Just the other day a professor and mentor of mine gave me a copy of Volume III of the late Larry Eigner’s recently-released Collected Poems. What demarcates this collection most […]

July 1, 2011

A Divagation on the Self-Portrait

By Jake Adam York

It’s hard for me to come to a poem like Adam Zagajewski’s “Self-Portrait” (included in the latest issue of The Kenyon Review) without thinking of those lines from Charles Wright’s […]