January 16, 2015
“B-Side Modernism” Exhibition

These images from The Raymond Danowski Poetry Library were selected by our B-Side Fellows to accompany the essays in Issue 15.

These documents—many of them rare and seldom viewed, some of them unique and made public here for the first time—represent only a tiny fraction of the wealth of material that the Danowski Library collection has to offer the scholar of twentieth-century literature.

The B-Side Modernism Exhibition is a digital companion to a physical exhibition assembled in collaboration with Emory University’s Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL), on display in Emory’s Robert W. Woodruff library through March 15, 2015.

Joshua Adams “Hearing the Tone of the Self: Toward An Alternative Ethics of Translation”


Rebecca Roach: “‘Endless Talk’: Beat Writers and the Interview Form”


Daniel Worden: “Joe Brainard’s Grid, or, the Matter of Comics”


Stephanie Anderson, “‘Crowded Air’: Previous Modernisms in some 1964 New York Little Magazines”

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