» Nonsite Author: Aaron Kunin
March 29th, 2016
Vanessa Place
Postscript
on Some Responses to "Would Vanessa Place Be a Better Poet if She Had Better Opinions?"
By (Pomona College)

Everyone involved in this discussion appears to live by the difference between art and life. To my knowledge, no one has suggested that Gone with the Wind is something other than a novel or that Tweeting Gone with the Wind is something other than a work of art. (No reader misrecognized it as a different kind of Twitter account – for example, a moment by moment record of the passing thoughts of Vanessa Place). Nor has anyone started a liberation movement to protect the rights or advance the interests of fictional persons.

September 26th, 2015
Gone_with_the_Wind
Would Vanessa Place Be a Better Poet If She Had Better Opinions?
By (Pomona College)

Poets and critics have had some trouble discussing Vanessa Place’s piece Tweeting Gone with the Wind. I have a suggestion. Why not say that her piece is poorly written?

September 22nd, 2011
Izenberg-Being-Numerous
Being Numerous
By (UCI), (Case Western Reserve University), , (UC Irvine), (University of Cambridge), (Pomona College) and (UC Berkeley)

Welcome to the opening of the Tank, into which we drop a published work or a work-in-progress (or some piece of one or the other) and see what happens when the water starts churning. In our first installment, Oren Izenberg steps into the water.

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