by Charles Bernstein & David Antin


DAVID ANTIN is a poet, critic and performance artist. He has edited and translated several science and math books and has pursued a career as a poet since 1955 and that of an art critic since 1964. His published books include Definitions (1967), Autobiography (1967), Code of Flag Behavior (1968), Meditations (1971), Talking (1972 & 2001), After the War (A Long Novel with Few Words) (1973), Dialogue (1980), Tuning (1984), Selected Poems 1963-1973 (1991) and What It Means to be Avant-Garde (1993).

CHARLES BERNSTEIN is recognized internationally as one of the major forces of contemporary poetry. He is the David Gray Professor of Poetry and Letters at the State University of New York, Buffalo. Bernstein co-founded L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E magazine in the late 1970s. He is the author of several books of poems and essay collections, including My Way: Poems and Speeches, Republics of Reality: Poems 1975-1995 (University of Chicago Press) and Contentıs Dream: Essays 1975-1984 (Sun & Moon).

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