Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Great Regulars: In October 2007, an international group

of poets--Istvan Laszlo Geher of Turkey, Ksenia Golubovich of Russia, Simone Inguanez of Malta, Tomaz Salamun of Slovenia, and Marvin Bell, Christopher Merrill, and Dean Young of the United States--gathered for a four-day experiment in creative collaboration. Each day, they would write a first round of poems in each other's presence, share the results, then write again for a second round. They'd leave with notes for a third to be written that night. (The poets who wrote in languages other than English translated themselves for purposes of this collaboration.)

from Powells: Review-A-Day: Motet for Seven Voices


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