An electronic journal of contemporary poetry and poetics, sponsored by the Dickinson Electronic Archives

Collaboration between the poet John Yau and the artist Archie Rand.

Four Pictures by Sophie Hawkes.

  A Faithful Account of Where I Live: The Letters of Cid Corman and William Bronk.
William Bronk and Cid Corman began a correspondence in 1951 that spanned over twenty years, the entire life of Corman's journal, Origin. Presented in this electronic edition is a selection of that correspondence from 1961 - 1973 which highlights Bronk's poetic process and creation of poetic lines, as well as reveals the importance of the friendship to both of them. Accompanied by an introduction by editor David Clippinger.


  Paul Verlaine, by Stuart Merrill, translated by Laird Hunt.
Titanic Operas is a publication of the Dickinson Electronic Archives. Each folio of this publication focuses on contemporary literary and artistic creation, whether directly responding to or merely influenced by the legacy of Emily Dickinson. This is an archived version. For the current volume, click here.

Titanic Operas would like to acknowledge the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH) and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) for their generous sponsorship, providing server space, technical support, and staff. This folio is edited by Joseph Donahue, Duke University. The site for this volume was initially designed by Lara Vetter (lv26@umail.umd.edu) and was completed and is currently maintained by Jarom McDonald (jmcdon@glue.umd.edu).



Also, check out "The Clarity of Fanny Howe's Debut," by Kimberly Lamm, University of Washington.
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