Bernadetta Mayer

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Bernadetta (Anglice Bernadette) Mayer (nata Brooklynii Novi Eboraci, 12 Maii 1945) est poeta, scriptrix, et artifex oculorum Americana, quae cum poesi linguae et Schola Novi Eboraci poetarum consociatur. In Nova Schola docebat, ubi gradum baccalaureatum anno 1967 obtinuit. Inter eius discipulos in officinis poeticis sunt Kathy Acker, Carolus Bernstein, Ioannes Giorno, et Anna Waldman.[1]

Memory ('Memoria'), exhibitione photographematum mense Iulio 1971 factorum, primum innotuit. Unum volumen pelliculare per diem exposuit; unde 1200 photographemata fecit. Memoria in octo locis in Civitatibus Foederatis ab anno 1973 ad 1974 exhibebatur, pars c. 7,500, spectaculi artis conceptualis ad mulieres pertinentis, a Lucia R. Lippard monstrati.[2]

Mayer ab anno 1967 ad annum 1969 cum Vito Acconci 0 to 9 periodicum edidit, quod sex fasciculos rerum ab artificibus Roberto Barry, Theodoro Berrigan, Clark Coolidge, Ioanne Giorno, Daniele Graham, Michaele Heizer, Kennetho Koch, Salomone LeWitt, Jackson Mac Low, Harrio Mathews, Adriano Piper, Bern Porter, Yvonne Rainer, Hieronymo Rothenberg, Aram Saroyan, Roberto Smithson, Alano Sondheim, Anna Weiner, et Emmett Williams factarum protulit. Ab anno 1972 ad annum 1973, edidit Unnatural Acts, "collaborativum scribendi experimentum."[3]

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Story, Novi Eboraci: 0 to 9 Press, 1968.
  • Moving, Novi Eboraci: Angel Hair, 1971.
  • Memory, Plainfield Montis Viridis: North Atlantic Books, 1976.
  • Ceremony Latin (1964), Novi Eboraci: Angel Hair, 1975.
  • Studying Hunger, Novi Eboraci: Adventures in Poetry; Bolinas Californiae: Big Sky, 1976.
  • Poetry, Novi Eboraci: Kulchur Foundation, 1976.
  • Eruditio Ex Memoria, Lenox Massachusettae: Angel Hair, 1977.
  • The Golden Book of Words, Lenox Massachusettae: Angel Hair, 1978.
  • Midwinter Day, Berkeleiae: Turtle Island Foundation, 1982.
  • Utopia, Novi Eboraci: United Artists Books, 1984.
  • Mutual Aidm Mademoiselle de la Mole Press, 1985.
  • Sonnets, Novi Eboraci: Tender Buttons, 1989.
  • The Formal Field of Kissing, Novi Eboraci: Catchword Papers, 1990.
  • A Bernadette Mayer Reader, New York: New Directions, 1992.
  • The Desires of Mothers to Please Others in Letters, West Stockbridge Massachusettae: Hard Press, 1994.
  • Another Smashed Pinecone, Novi Eboraci: United Artists Books, 1998.
  • Proper Name & other stories, Novi Eboraci: New Directions, 1996.
  • Two Haloed Mourners: Poems, Novi Eboraci: Granary Books, 1998.
  • Midwinter Day, Novi Eboraci: New Directions, 1999 (reimpressio editionis anni 1982).
  • Scarlet Tanager, Novi Eboraci: New Directions, 2005.[4]
  • What's Your Idea of a Good Time?: Letters and Interviews 1977–1985 cum Bill Berkson, Berkeleiae: Tuumba Press, 2006.
  • Poetry State Forest, Novi Eboraci: New Directions, 2008.
  • Ethics of Sleep, New Orleans: Trembling Pillow Press, 2011.
  • Studying Hunger Journals, Barrytown Novi Eboraci: Station Hill Press, 2011.
  • The Helens of Troy, NY, Novi Eboraci: New Directions, 2013.
  • At Maureen's (with Greg Masters), Novi Eboraci: Crony Books, 2013.
  • Eating the Colors of a Lineup of Words: The Early Books of Bernadette Mayer (Station Hill Press, 2015, ed. Michael Ruby et Sam Truitt)

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Champion, Miles. "Insane Podium". The Poetry Project 
  2. Hudek, Antony. "Amarcord: Numbers Shows". Flash Art .
  3. Champion, Miles. "Insane Podium". The Poetry Project 
  4. Mayer, Bernadette (2005). Scarlet tanager. New Directions Publishing. ISBN 978-0-8112-1582-4 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • The Art of Self-Indulgence. The Washington Post.
  • Bendall, Molly. 1993. Review. The Antioch Review 51(3):466. ISSN 0003-5769. doi:10.2307/4612805.
  • Burnham, Emily. 2008. Words processing; UMaine's Poetry of the 1970s conference dissects a decade. Bangor Daily News, 7 Iunii.
  • Burt, Stephen. Mother Tongues. Village Voice.
  • Corbett, William. 1989. Nine Brief Reviews. Harvard Book Review 13(14):27–28. ISSN 1080-6067.
  • Smith, Dinitia. Fresh Look at a Syntax Skewer. The New York Times.

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