Monday, July 23, 2007

Elizabeth Bishop talking with Susan Howe

Via Ron Silliman's blog.

It's an MP3, it's 63.3MB, so expect it to take some time.

(What were we saying about serendipity?)

Update: Sorry - meant to say yesterday; you'll have to go to Silliman's blog and flollow the link. And this is only Part One, btw.


Cheshire Cat said...

I think the link's wrong...

Cheshire Cat said...

Thanks, I enjoyed that, though Howe's eager-beaver manner is faintly embarrassing. I love what Bishop says about Stevens: "His work seems to produce, even in the finest critics, the most terrible gobbledygook". And that anecdote about Marianne Moore and the Mayor of New York - just delightful.