Archeophonics

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StatementPeter Gizzi
SeriesWesleyan Poetry, Wesleyan poetry
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3557.I94 A6 2016
The Physical Object
Pagination82 pages
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27225809M
ISBN 100819576808
ISBN 139780819576804
LC Control Number2016021168
OCLC/WorldCa945648795

Archeophonics is a series of discrete poems that are linked by repeated phrases and words, and its themes and nothing less than joy, outrage, loss, transhistorical thought, and day-to-day life.

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It is a private book of public and civic : Wesleyan University Press. Archeophonics is a series of discrete poems that are linked by repeated phrases and words, and its themes Archeophonics book nothing less than joy, outrage, loss, transhistorical thought, and day-to-day life.

It is a private book of public and civic concerns. Archeophonics is a series of discrete poems that are linked by repeated phrases and words, and its themes and nothing less than joy, outrage, loss, transhistorical thought, and day-to-day life. It is a private book of public and civic concerns.

An online reading companion is available at Archeophonics Peter Gizzi. Wesleyan Univ., $ (98p) ISBN More By and About This Author Like James Schuyler, from Archeophonics book the book’s epigraph is pulled, Gizzi is an acute.

Archeophonics is a series of discrete poems that are linked by repeated phrases and words, and its themes and nothing less than joy, outrage, loss, transhistorical thought, and day-to-day life. It is a private book of public and civic concerns. Other Titles by Peter Gizzi. Archeophonics is a series of discrete poems that are linked by repeated phrases and words, and its themes and nothing less than joy, outrage, loss, transhistorical thought, and day-to-day life.

It is a private book of public and civic concerns. Selected Praise.

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Peter Gizzi is the author of Archeophonics, In Defense of Nothing: Selected PoemsThreshold Songs and The Outernationale. Archeophonics Writing always has a history.

Poems, the lyric in particular, are often thought of as experiences that interrupt the flow of time and carve out an ahistorical framework for themselves. “Archeophonics” is a made-up word but is easy enough to decipher via its constituent bits: ancient voices. The book is about sound and.

Vibe. Archeophonics, the National Book Award finalist and sixth collection of poems from American, Peter Gizzi, is a book about vibe: the vibrations in the air we call sound waves; the vibrations of history we feel through time; the particular emotional vibrations that give certain people or objects or occasions what we call an aura, a lift in Gizzi’s lyrics is less intellectual, or.

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“Archeophonics,” a new book of poems by English professor Peter Gizzi, has been nominated for a National Book Award. Gizzi’s is one of 10 books nominated for the poetry award, for which five finalists will be named on Oct. The poems in Peter Gizzi’s most recent book, Archeophonics, operate as an homage to sounds as in the title poem that celebrates echoes, repetitions, and other poems, “the archive in the mouth”: I’m saying this and it’s saying me That’s how it works, seesaw like The archive in the mouth and the archive is.

Archeophonics is the first collection of new work from the poet Peter Gizzi in five years. Archeophonics, defined as the archeology of lost sound, is one way of understanding the role and the task of poetry: to recover the buried sounds and shapes.

Hardcover $ (96pp) The archeology of lost, forgotten, hidden sound, archeophonics seemed a useful approach for moving beyond poetry’s aesthetic qualities, so Peter Gizzi trained his versemaker on repeated words, phrases, and themes, resulting in this mesmerizing collection.

Peter Gizzi. Peter Gizzi’s latest book of poems is Archeophonics. (May ) IN THE REVIEW Some Joy for Morning Issue Now the connection with spring has dissolved. Now that hysteria is blooming. Says every day I want to fly my kite. Says what’s a.

Gizzi's most recent collection, "Archeophonics", continues his investigation of language ; the title of the book refers to the excavation of lost sounds analogous to the process of archeology. Awards and recognition. In he received the Lavan Younger Poets Award from the Academy of American Poets (selected by John Ashbery).Alma mater: Brown University, New York University.

Archeophonics | Archeophonics is the first collection of new work from the poet Peter Gizzi in five years. Archeophonics, defined as the archeology of lost sound, is one way of understanding the role and the task of poetry: to recover the buried sounds and shapes of languages in the tradition of the art, and the multitude of private connections that lie undisclosed in one's emotional memory.

Peter Gizzi Archeophonics Wesleyan Poetry Series, “Archeophonics is perhaps Gizzi’s most personal book; it is tender, lyric, strange, and chatty.

He writes from a place of deep intimacy with loss, as if he has locked eyes with ‘the fragility of the world and of being,’ as he described”—Amanda Petrusich, The New Yorker. Archeophonics. [Peter Gizzi] -- Soulful and intricate lyrics make this Gizzi's strongest book to date. Home.

WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Archeophonics (Wesleyan Poetry Series) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.

Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, []. Status. Available. Book award season enters high gear as the National Book Award finalists have been released. Winners will be announced in New York City on November The short list includes the big fall book by Colson Whitehead and Jacqueline Woodson’s first novel.

"Archeophonics" by Peter Gizzi (Poetry of American Identity, Poetry of America, The Poetry and Literature Center at the Library of Congress). Archeophonics is a series of discrete poems that are linked by repeated phrases and words, and its themes and nothing less than joy, outrage, loss, transhistorical thought, and day-to-day life.

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It is a private book of public and civic concerns. More about this book > POETRY FINALIST National Book. Archeophonics Middletown, CT: Wesleyan, Finalist for the National Book Award ↓ Commentary. Ocean Vuong: The book that remains on my desk, even after many re-readings, is Peter Gizzi’s Archeophonics, a National Book Award.

Educated at New York University, Brown University, and the State University of New York at Buffalo, poet Peter Gizzi is the author of several collections of poetry, including Archeophonics (), finalist for the National Book Award; Threshold Songs (); The Outernationale (); and Artificial Heart ().

Influenced by Ezra Pound, the Beat Poets, and John Ashbery, Gizzi uses both. Peter Gizzi’ s Archeophonics unfolds in short line and staggered refrain, shot through with submerged sound, recorded archaeologies and the archaeologies of recording, haunted by the smoke and fire of the archive, woven on the “linenlike thread ” uniting poetry and song.

This collection, the follow-up to ’ s Threshold Songs and ’ s selected poems, In Defense of Nothing.Peter Gizzi, Archeophonics (Wesleyan University Press) National Book Awards Finalists Reading Sponsored by the National Book Foundation and The New School's Creative Writing Program.

November.PennSound’s Peter Gizzi was announced as a finalist for the National Book Award for Poetry for his collection of poems: Archeophonics. Gizzi refers to the honor as a “happy accident.” Yet he has more than a few accolades to accompany this prestigious nomination.