Burt Kimmelman
Distinguished Professor
Department of Humanities
New Jersey Institute of Technology

Education

Ph.D., English Literature; Certificate, Interdisciplinary Medieval Studies,
           City University of New York Graduate School, 1991
Doctoral Thesis: "The Poetics of Authorship in the Later Middle Ages:
            The Emergence of the Modern Literary Persona"
Thesis Adviser: Allen Mandelbaum; Readers: Robert O. Payne, Frederick Goldin

M.A.,  English Literature Hunter College, City University of New York, 1987
B.A.,   English Literature State University of New York at Cortland, 1983
 

Research Interests

Modern and Postmodern Literature, especially Poetry; Interdisciplinary Medieval Studies; Modern American Studies; Technology and Culture, especially Aesthetics; Textual Scholarship; Communications Technology and Epistemology
 

Experience

Distinguished Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 2019 - Present

Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 2006 - Present
Associate Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1998 - 2006
Assistant Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1993 - 1998
Special Lecturer, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1990 - 1993
Adjunct Lecturer, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1988 - 1990
Adjunct Lecturer, Brooklyn College, City University of New York, 1987 - 1989
Adjunct Lecturer, Queens College, City University of New York, 1987 - 1988
Adjunct Lecturer, Empire College, State University of New York, 1987
Teaching Fellow, Hunter College, City University of New York, 1984 - 1987
 

Teaching Activities
 

Courses Taught

 At NJIT

     Writing and Communication
 HSS 099,  Basic Skills Reading and Writing
 Eng 603,  Cultural and Technological Change (listed below)
 Eng 095,  ESL Reading, Writing, Conversation for Undergraduate Students
 Eng 502,  ESL Reading, Writing, Conversation for Graduate Students
 HSS 101,  Writing, Speaking, Thinking
 Eng 620,  Proposal Writing
 Eng 352,  Technical Writing
 Eng 352S,  Technical Writing for Foreign Students
 STS 304,  Writing Topics in Science, Technology and Society (listed below)

     Literature and Humanities
 Lit 320,  American Literature
 Lit 457,  American Literature 1950 to Present
 Lit 321,  British Literature 600 to Present
 Hum 112,  Foundations of Western Civilization
 Lit 331,  World Literature I (including Distance-Learning)
 STS 378,  Literature in Nature
 Hum 496H,  Literature and Medicine
 HSS 403,  Love in the Middle Ages
 HSS 403,  Medieval Literature of the West, after the Millenium
 Lit 480 (now Phil 380), Philosophy of Language
 HSS 211,  The Pre-Modern World
 HSS 403,  Romance in the Western Middle Ages
 HSS 213,  The Twentieth-Century World
 HSS 491H,  Word and Image, Past and Present
 HSS 403, Communication and the Arts: What Happened to the Real?

 HSS 403,  The Literature of American Slavery and Its Legacy

     Science, Technology and Society
 STS 348,  Esthetics and Modern Technology
 Eng 603,  Cultural and Technological Change (listed above)
 STS 310H,  Technology and Human Values
 STS 304,  Writing Topics in Science, Technology and Society (listed above)
 HSS 202,  Society, Technology, and Environment

 Additional Courses Taught at Other Universities

     Writing and Communication
 Basic Skills Reading and Writing
 Creative Writing
 ESL Reading, Writing, Conversation
 Expository Writing

     Literature and Humanities
 American Literature 1600 to Present
 American Literature 1900 to 1950
 Great Works of English Literature
 Introduction to Literature
 Labor Themes in American Literature
 

New Courses Developed, Moribund Courses Revived

New Courses for NJIT Catalog
 
Eng 496, Senior Project in Professional and Technical Communication, Proposed 1997,
   Piloted 2000
 Eng 491/492, Co-Op Work Experience in Professional and Technical Communication,    Proposed 1997, Piloted 1999
 STS 448 (now STS 348), Aesthetics and Modern Technology, Proposed and Piloted    Spring 1996
 Lit 340, Contemporary Literature, Proposed, 1997, to be piloted
 Lit 321, British Literature, Proposed and Piloted Spring 1997
 Eng 603, Cultural and Technological Change, Proposed and Piloted Spring 1994

  Newly Created NJIT GUR Senior Seminar Courses

HSS 403, American Slavery and Its Legacy in U.S. Law and Literature, Co-Developed with Professor Michael Paris, College of Staten Island, CUNY, co-taught with synchronous

                electronic conferencing, and in hybrid format, Fall 2016

HSS 403, The Literature of American Slavery and Its Legacy, Developed and taught in hybrid format, Fall 2013

HSS 403, Romance in the Western Middle Ages, Developed and taught in hybrid format, Fall 2012

HSS 403, Communication and the Arts: What Happened to the Real? Developed and taught in Hybrid Format, Fall 2011

HSS 491H, Word and Image, Past and Present, Developed and Taught in Distance Format on WebCT, Fall 2002

HSS 403, Romance in the Western Middle Ages, Developed and Piloted, Fall 2001

HSS 403, Love in the Middle Ages, Proposed and Piloted Spring 2000

HSS 403, Medieval Literature of the West after the Millennium, Proposed and Piloted Spring 1999

Hum 496H, Literature and Medicine, Piloted Fall 1998

   Courses Revived

 Lit 457 (now Lit 357),  American Literature Since 1950, Revived Summer 1991
 Lit 480 (now Phil 380), Philosophy of Language, Revived Summer 1990

  Courses Modified for Distance Learning

Eng 603, Technological and Cultural Change, Developed for and Taught in Distance Format on WebCT, Spring 2001   
 HSS 403, Love in the Middle Ages, Developed for and Taught in Distance Format on WebCT, Spring 2005
 Lit 320, American Literature, Developed for and Taught in Distance Format on WebCT, Spring 2001
 Lit 330 and Lit 331, World Literature I and II, Delivered six taped lectures for Distance Learning:
    World Literature I:
        American Modern Poetry
        American Poetry since World War Two
        Roundtable on American Poetry in the Twentieth Century
    World Literature II:
        Poetry of the British Isles
        Yukio Mishima's "Patriotism"
        Ngugi Wa Th'iongo's "The Homecoming"
 
Manuals Developed

Helped to plan, author and pilot a manual on pollution prevention from humanities and social sciences perspectives, designed for lower division undergraduates (see "Grants" section, below)
Authored three of the manual's chapters:

  The Historical Dimension of Pollution Prevention
  The Cultural Dimension of Pollution Prevention, the Literary Imagination
  The Cultural Dimension of Pollution Prevention, the Visual Imagination
 

Teaching-Related Publications

Analysis and Reflections about Preservation Weeka portion of Preservation Week Report, Spring 1998 (see "Scholarly Activities, 'Reports'" section, below)

Environmental Protection: Solving Environmental Problems from Social Science and Humanities Perspectives, a co-authored textbook (see "Scholarly Activities, 'Books'" section, below)
 

Thesis Advisement


Doctoral Degree Theses


Member, Dissertation Defense Committee, Yiddish and the Avant Garde in American Jewish Poetry, Sarah Ponichtera, Ph.D. in Germanic Studies, Columbia University, New York City, 2012


Member, Thesis Defense Committee, The Saint Mark's in the Bowery Poetry Project and Its Influences, Michael Gregory Stephens, Ph.D. in American Studies, University of Essex, Colchester, England, 2006



Masters Degree Theses

Adviser, "Epideictics and Political Effects of Television Talk Shows," Frank Tanzosh, MS in Professional and Technical Communication (in process)

 

Adviser, Art, Technology and Science, Patricia Egan, MS in Professional and Technical Communication, 2004 (in process)

Adviser, Chat and Instant Messaging: The Risks of Secondary Orality, Gregory Kohn, MS in Professional and Technical Communication, 2003

Adviser, The Psychodynamics of Language, Pamela Margerm, MS in Professional and Technical Communication, 1998

Adviser, The Semiotics of Webpage Design, Shonell Bacon, Candidate for , MS in Professional and Technical Communication, unfinished thesis

Reader, "Arts on Wire: Bringing the Arts to the Virtual Space," Christopher Odediran, MS in Professional and Technical Communication, 2002

Reader, "A Thumb on the Scale: Biological Determinism and the Essays of Stephen Jay Gould," Kevin F. Ryan, MS in Professional and Technical Communication, 1999

Reader, Electronic Research Administration: Implementation at New Jersey Institute of Technology, Lauren Rethwisch, MS in Professional and Technical Communication, 1998

Reader, "Samuel Florman and a Literature of Technology," Paul Sharke, MS in Professional and Technical Communication, 1997

Reader, Blogs: Open Source Diaries, Kelly Schab, MS in Professional and Technical Communication, 2004 (in process)
 

Bachelors Degree Senior Projects

Co-Advisor, Kino-Urbanism: Revitalizing the Spectacle of Coney Island through the Insertion of a Cinematic Grade, Eric Bieber, Final Project, B. Arch., School of Architecture, 2016

Adviser, Red Dawn (a novela), Juan Muniz, Senior Project, BS in Communication (2007)

Adviser, The World (a online magazine on interracial marriage) Miriam Perez, Senior Project, BS in Communication (2007)

Adviser, Redesign of New Jersey Networks E-Commerce Website," Paul Wozniczka, Senior Project, BS in Communication (2007)

Adviser, The Fast Lane: The Savage Journey of an International Playboy (a novela) Carlos Viegas, Senior Project, BS in Communication (2006)

Adviser, Life as a B-Boy: Portrait of a Breakdancer (video) Danilo Maynard, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication (2006)

Adviser, A Rappers Profile (a multimedia website) Xenia Thomas, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication (2006)

Adviser, Learning and Computing in Rural and Urban Schools: The Role of Culture in the Use of Technology (research essay) Jayasree Chakravarti, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication (2006)

Adviser, Flashbacks of a Dictatorship: A Biography of Bernardino Guillen (video documentary), Luis Guillen, Senior Project, BA in Professional and Technical Communication (2006)

Adviser, La Piragua (novella), Dario Plazas, Senior Project, BA in Professional and Technical Communication (2006)

Adviser, Anothers Life (novella), Robert Duggan, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication (2006)

Adviser, The Walk (novella), Manejay Lewis, Senior Project, BA in Professional and Technical Communication (2006)

Adviser, User-Centered Design: Creating Accessible Web Pages for Visually Impaired Users, George J. Roa, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication (in process)

Adviser, Technology Hits the Stage [a portrait of a theater program]" (video documentary), William Abanyie, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication (2005)

Adviser, Pincushion" (original video feature), Thomas Herrera, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication (2005)

Adviser, Katherine Duncan: A Walk in Her Shoes [a portrait of a college athlete] (video documentary) Laquana Guy, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication (2005) 

Adviser, First Generation Chinese Immigrant Children Experience: Biculturalism and Racism in the Struggle to Become American, an ethnographic website, Chun Tat Kong, BS in Professional and Technical Communication, 2004

Adviser, Existentialism and Kate Chopins The Awakening, Janet Alejandro, BA in Professional and Technical Communication, 2003

Adviser, "Proposal for a Strategic Alliance: The Application of Technical Communication to Business Solutions," Paul Ray, BS in Professional and Technical Communication 2002

Adviser, Say Word!: Hip Hop Culture and Its Ability to Communicate, Jarrod Watson, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication, 2002

Adviser, Spaghetti and Cornflakes, a Novella, Tenille Jordan, Senior Project, BA in Professional and Technical Communication, 2002

Adviser, Tech Tourism: A Business Plan and Website for a Tourist.Com Venture, Kamiludeen Olufowobi, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication, 2002

Adviser, Documentary on Student Life on Campus, Ahmed Soliman, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication, 2000

Adviser, Original Film Drama of Cross-Country America, Ersal Aslam, Senior Project, BS in Professional and Technical Communication, 2000
 
 

Scholarly and Artistic Activities
 

Books
 

 Critical Studies

[as author, unless indicated otherwise]


Zero Point Poiesis: George Quasha's Axial Art,
Ed. and Intr., New York: Aporia, 2022

Visible at Dusk: Selected Essays of Burt Kimmelman, Loveland, OH: Dos Madres Press, 2021

Review:

Matt Hill, "[Review of Visible at Dusk" (Poly, Multi, and Ambi Comverging in a Clearing" (Spring 2023), American Book Review 44.1, pp. 173-76, read: here

 

Jon Curley, "Poly, Multi, and Ambi Comverging in a Clearing" (September 2022), Talisman 46/52, https://www.talisman46.com/jon-curley.html (or select Here)

 

[Untitled review] B O D Y (November 2021): https://bodyliterature.com/2021/10/22/books-in-brief/


Light abstracts the smallest things: The Aesthetics of Basil King
, Ed., Northfield, MA: Talisman House, Publishers, 2020

Machaut's Legacy: The Judgment Poetry Tradition in Late Medieval Literature, Co- Ed. , Intr. and Aft. with R. Barton Palmer, Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2017.

Review:

[Untitled review] Medium Aevum 87.1 (2018): 213-214

 Encyclopedia of American Poetry, 2nd Edition, Co-Ed., with Temple Cone, and Randall Huff, New York: Cengage / Facts on File, 2013 (1st Edition), 2016

The Poetics and Poetics of Michael Heller: A Nomad Memory, Co-Ed. with Jon Curley and For., Madison, New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press / Madison, NJ and Washington, DC: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press / Rowman & Littlefield, 2015.

Reviews:

Ian Brinton, "Moving On: The Poetry and Poetics of Michael Heller, PN Review (June 2016), p. 229.

Paul Pines, "[Review of The Poetry and Poetics of Michael Heller"], American Book Review 37.3 (June 2016)

                [Anonymous], Midwest Midwest Book Review (September 2015),

     http://www.midwestbookreview.com/lbw/sep_15.htm#LiteraryStudies

 

William Bronk in the Twenty-First Century: New Assessments, Co-Ed. with Edward Foster, Greenfield, MA: Talisman House, Publishers, 2013, 212 pages

The Facts on File Companion to American Poetry, Co-Ed. with Randall Huff, and Temple Cone. Intr. and App. New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2007; a collection of 484 essays,
  1136 pages (double columned).
          Reviews:

            Library Media Connection (22 September 2008)
            American Reference Books Annual (26 March 2008)
            Booklist  (26 March 2008)
            Library Journal (26 March2008)


The Facts on File Companion to 20th-Century American Poetry
, Ed., Intr., and Append., New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2005; a collection of 486 essays, in 572 pages (double columned)
            Reviews:
Julie Webb, School Library Journal Vol. 51, No. 8 (August 2005), p. 76      
      N. Knipe
, Choice (July 2005)
      Diana Kirby, Booklist Vol. 101, No. 18 (15 May 2005), p. 1700
      Anonymous, Reference and Research Book News Vol. 20, No. 2 (May 2005), p. 283
      Mirela Roncevic, Library Journal Vol. 130, No. 4 (1 March 2005), p. 114  

The "Winter Mind": William Bronk and American Letters, Madison, New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press / London: Associated University Presses, 1998; 211 pages. Peer-Reviewed
   Reviews:
    Lionel Kelly and Pat Righelato, Years Work in English Studies Vol. 79 (2001): p. 714
    R. W. (Herbie) Butterfield, American Studies Vol. 34 (2000): pp. 173-74
    Tod Thilleman, Topos of Contemporary American Poetry Revealed, Amazon Reviews (6 January 1999)
        ht
tp://www.amazon.com/Winter-Mind-William-American-Letters/product-
        reviews/1611471710/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

    Timothy Materer, American Literary Scholarship (1998): pp. 344-46
    Barry Wallenstein, Choice (December 1998): p. 687
    Jack Kimball, Sagetrieb Vol. 16, No. 3 (Winter 1997): pp. 129-31
    Anonymous, Books under Review

The Poetics of Authorship in the Later Middle Ages : The Emergence of the Modern Literary Persona, New York / Washington, D.C. / Baltimore / Bern / Frankfurt am Main / Berlin / Vienna / Paris: Peter Lang Publishing, 1996; 288 pages. Paperback edition, 1999. Peer-Reviewed
   Reviews:
    Albrecht Classen, Arthuriana Vol. 10, No. 1 (2000): pp. 140-42
    John M. Ganim, Speculum Vol. 74, No. 2 (April 1999): pp. 443-45
    Amy Goodwin, Studies in the Age of Chaucer Vol. 20 (1998): pp. 28388
    Eric H. Reiter, SHARP News (Newsletter of the Society for the  History of Authorship, Reading and
      Publishing)  Vol. 7,  No. 2  (Spring 1998): pp. 8-10
    Stephen Kelly, in the Journal of the Early Book Society Vol. 1, No. 1 (Fall 1997): pp. 162-63
    David Greetham, in Text Vol. 10 (1997): pp. 418-24
    Scott Gwara, in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America Vol. 91, No. 3 (September 1997): pp.
      429-30
    Anne Berthelot, in The Medieval Review (May 1997): pp. 1-2  

Poetry (see also: BurtKimmelman.com)

[as author]

Steeple at Sunrise: New Poems, East Rockaway, NY: Marsh Hawk Press, 2022
        Review by Meredith Sue Willis in Books for Readers #228 (17 July 2023), select here

Wings Apart
, Loveland, OH: Dos Madres Press, 2019

Reviews etc.:

         Reading from Wings Apart in Don Yorty's apartment, NYC 10 January 2020,

 https://vimeo.com/384358350

Tom Fink, Exchange with Burt Kimmelman on Wings Apart, Dichtung Yammer (November 2019),

 https://dichtungyammer.wordpress.com/2019/11/01/exchange-with-burt-kimmelman-on-wings-apart/

Meredith Sue Willis (July 2019), Books for Readers 203,

https://www.meredithsuewillis.com/bfrarchive201-205.html#wingsapart

 

 Abandoned Angel: New Poems by Burt Kimmelman, East Rockaway, NY: Marsh Hawk Press (2016), 82 pages.

  Reviews:

     Orchid Tierney, The Quotidian, (February 2018), Jacket2, https://jacket2.org/commentary/quotidian 

     M. G. Stephens, Untitled, Rain Taxi 22.2 (Summer 2017): p. 49

     Michael Lally, "Poetry Saved My Life (Still Does), Lally's Alley (January 2017), http://lallysalley.blogspot.com/2017/01/poetry-saved-my-life-still-does.html

     Eileen Tabios, Galatea Resurrects 27 (December 2016), http://galatearesurrection27.blogspot.com/2016/12/abandoned-angel-by-burt-kimmelman.html

     Meredith Sue Willis, Books for Readers 187 (October 2016), http://www.meredithsuewillis.com/booksforreaders.html

     See also: "Exchange on Burt Kimmelman's Abandoned Angel (Marsh Hawk P, 2016)." Dichtung Yammer (October 9, 2017),

     https://dichtungyammer.wordpress.com/2017/10/09/exchange-on-burt-kimmelmans-abandoned-angel-marsh-hawk-p-2016/

 

Gradually the World: New and Selected Poems, 1982 - 2013, Buffalo, NY: BlazeVOX [Books] (2013); 252 pages.

  Reviews:

     Norman Fischer, "'Gradually the World': A Review of Burt Kimmelman's new and selected poems," Jacket2

          (July 2014), http://jacket2.org/reviews/gradually-world

     Stephan Delbos, "Friday Pick: Gradually the World," B O D Y (29 May 2014),

    http://bodyliterature.com/2014/05/23/friday-pick-gradually-the-world

Hasanthika Sirisena, "Creating One's Self [Review of Gradually the World],] American Book Review 35.2 (January/February 2014): 22-23, click here    

     Don Yorty, Untitled, Explorations in Writing, Travel, and Education (Spring 2015), click here (includes video of reading)

    Allen Bramhall, Untitled, Galatea Resurrects 21 (13 January 2014),

          http://galatearesurrection21.blogspot.com/2014/01/gradually-world-new-and-selected-poems.html

     Donald Wellman, "Three Books: Finkelstein, Kimmelman, Murphy," Immanent Occasions (28 October 2013),

          http://immanentoccasions.blogspot.com/2013/10/norman-finkelstein-track-shearsman.html      

     Michael Lally, Untitled, Lally's Alley (22 September, 2013),

            http://lallysalley.blogspot.com/2013/09/burt-kimmelmans-gradually-world.html

     Laurel Johnson, Untitled, Midwest Book Review (August 2013),  

            http://www.midwestbookreview.com/mbw/aug_13.htm#laurel

     David Cooper, Untitled, New York Journal of Books (22 June 2013),

    http://www.nyjournalofbooks.com/review/gradually-world-new-and-selected-poems-1982%E2%80%932013 

     David Cooper, Untitled, examiner.com (24 June 2013),

    http://www.examiner.com/article/books-gradually-the-world-new-and-selected-poems-1982-2013-by-

     burt-kimmelman

  

The Way We Live, Loveland, OH: Dos Madres Press (2011); 30 pages.

   Reviews:

   

    Eileen Tabios, Untitled, Galatea Resurrects (A Poetry Engagement) 23 (December 2014),

         http://galatearesurrection23.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-way-we-live-by-burt-kimmelman.html 

   George Spencer, Untitled, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 42 (January 2014),

         http://www.talismanmag.net/kimmelmanspencer.html 

   Kip Zegers, Untitled, Connotation Press: An Online Artifact Vol. 3, Issue 11(June 2012),

     http://connotationpress.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1458:book-review-the-way-

         we-live-by-burt-kimmelman&catid=106:book-reviews&Itemid=93

   Gerald Schwartz, Untitled, Galatea Resurrects 18 (May 2012), 

      http://galatearesurrection18.blogspot.com/2012/05/way-we-live-by-burt-kimmelman.html

    Michael Lally, Untitled, Lallys Alley (27 January 2012),

       http://lallysalley.blogspot.com/2012/01/burt-kimmelmans-way-we-live.html


As If Free
, Jersey City, NJ: Talisman House, Publishers (2009); 100 pages.
   Reviews:
         Priscilla Orr, Untitled, Journal of New Jersey Poets 48 (2011), p. 73        
         Jim Tolan, "AS IF FREE by Burt Kimmelman," GalateaResurrects 16 (April 2011),

              http://galatearesurrection16.blogspot.com/2011/03/as-if-free-by-burt-kimmelman.html                                      
         Mitch Levenberg, "Reading Burt Kimmelman's 'As If Free'" and  "Still Reading Burt Kimmelman's 'As If

                   Free'," MITCH LEVENBERG (31 January and 2 February
             2011): http://mlevenberg.blogspot.com/2011/01/reading-burt-kimmelmans-as-if-free.html and 
             http://mlevenberg.blogspot.com/2011/02/still-reading-as-if-free.html            
          Bernie Earley, "Mortality Deferred : A Review of Burt Kimmelmans As If Free," Otoliths 19 (Southern

                Spring 2010), 

                       http://the-otolith.blogspot.com/2010/10/bernie-earley-mortality-deferred-review.html
          Sherry Kearns, Untitled, Home Planet News 64 / 17.2 (Autumn 2010), pp. 9, 23 <>
          Eric Hoffman, Untitled, Rain Taxi Vol. 15, No. 2 (Summer 2010), p. 45
         
Nicholas Birns, The Tropes of Tenth Street (23 September 2010),

                     http://tropesoftenthstreet.blogspot.com/
          Gerald Schwartz, Untitled, Jacket 40 (July 2010), http://jacketmagazine.com/    
          Norman Finkelstein, Burt Kimmelmans Syllables," The Offending Adam 15 (12 May 2010),

                http://theoffendingadam.com/2010/05/12/burt-kimmelman%E2%80%99s-syllables/         
          William Allegrezza, Untitled, Galatea Resurrects 14 (30 April 2010),

                http://galatearesurrection14.blogspot.com/2010/04/as-if-free-by-burt-kimmelman.html
          Anonymous, Untitled, Small Press Bookwatch, Midwest Book Review Vol. 9, No. 3(March 2010),

                http://www.midwestbookreview.com/sbw/mar_10.htm           
          Laurel
Johnson, Untitled Review, Midwest Book Review (February 2010),

                http://www.midwestbookreview.com/jul_08.htm
         
There Are Words
, Loveland, Ohio: Dos Madres Press (2007); 25 pages. Recording of authors reading of these poems available at PennSound: http://www.writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Kimmelman.html
   Reviews:  

          Eileen Tabios, THERE ARE WORDS by Burt Kimmelman," Galatea Resurrects: A Poetry Engagement 25 (Fall 2015):

                     http://galatearesurrection25.blogspot.com/2015/11/there-are-words-by-burt-kimmelman.html  
        Bernie Earley, And He Answers: There Are Words, Talisman: AJournal of Contemporary Poetry and Poeitcs 36/37 (Fall

                2008 / Winter 2009): 125-27        
        Robert McDowell, Words, Always Words, Amazon Reviews (August 24, 2008),
         
http://www.amazon.com/There-Are-Words-Burt-Kimmelman/product-

              reviews/1933675241/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

          ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1
        Laurel Johnson, Untitled, Galatea Resurrects 9 (29 March 2008), 

                       http://galatearesurrection9.blogspot.com/
        Eric Hoffman, Untitled, Home Planet News 59 (Vol. 15, No. 3, Winter/Spring 2008), pp. 9, 23      
        J. Curley, Untitled, The Tempest (28 April 2007), http://tempestpress.blogspot.com/


Somehow (poems), East Rockaway, New York: Marsh Hawk Press (2005); 66 pages.
    Reviews:    
       Laurel Johnson, Untitled, Midwest Book Review (July 2008),

                    http://www.midwestbookreview.com/mbw/jul_08.htm
       William Sylvester, Galatea Resurrects 6 (22 May 2007), http://galatearesurrection2.blogspot.com/
       William Allegrezza, Galatea Resurrects 2 (17 May 2006) http://galatearesurrection2.blogspot.com/
       Kenneth Hart, Journal of New Jersey Poets 43 (2006), pp. 68-70
       Gerald Schwartz, Home Planet News 54 (Spring 2006), pp. 6, 10
       Jonathan Curley, To Form in a Sublime Dream: A Note on BurtKimmelmans Poetry (Review

                  Article covering Somehow, The Pond at Cape May Point, and Musaics) Talisman: A Journal of
            Contemporary Poetry and Poetics
32-33 (Summer/Fall 2006), pp. 153-58
       Deborah Diemont, NewPages (21 January 2006)

                 http://www.newpages.com/bookreviews/archive/reviews/somehow.htm          

        Camille-Yvette Welsch, ForeWord 8.6 (November/December 2005), p. 53;

             http://www.forewordmagazine.com/reviews/viewreviews.aspx?reviewID=3356     
       Madeline Tiger, Jacket Magazine 28 (October 2005), http://jacketmagazine.com/28/index.html
       Kevin Killian, Amazon.com: About Kevin Killian: Reviews (25 March 2005),

            http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0975919709/qid=1128108943/sr=8-

                 1/ref=pd_bbs_1/102-0146515-7483340?v=glance&s=books&n=507846
       Notice in Publishers Weekly (24 January 2005),

                 http://web.njit.edu/~kimmelma/www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA497772.html
     
The Pond at Cape May Point (a collaboration of poems and paintings by Fred Caruso), New York City: Marsh Hawk Press (2002); 107 pages.
  Reviews:
      Laurel Johnson, Untitled Review in Midwest Book Review (July 2008),

                http://www.midwestbookreview.com/mbw/jul_08.htm
      Laurel Johnson, Untitled Review in  Quill: A Shadow Poetry  Quarterly Magazine Vol. 19 (Summer 2008),

                pp. 47-48
    Jason R. Macey, Et Al: a journal of the arts Vol. 1, No.1 (December 2003): pp. 25-26
    Anonymous, Watercolor Painting Book Reviews
    Chris Mansel, the muse apprentice guild (Summer 2003)
    Denise Bazzett, NewPages (November 2002)

          http://www.newpages.com/bookreviews/archive/reviews/ThePondAtCapeMayPoint.htm
    Michael Basinski, The Hold, Book Reviews with Michael Basinski (November 2002)
    Anonymous, Lyrical and Splendid, Amazon Reviews (16 August 2002),
         http://www.amazon.com/Pond-Cape-May-Point/product-

             reviews/0971333246/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

First Life (poems), Jersey City, NJ: Jensen / Daniels, Publishers, 2000; 20 pages.
 Reviews:
    Thomas Fink, Boston Review Vol. 26, No. 6 (December 2001 / January 2002): p. 57
    Thomas Fink, Bookmark (Spring 2001): pp. 4-6

Musaics (poems), New York: Spuyten Duyvil, 1992; 52 pages.
  Reviews:
    Norman Finkelstein, in Sagetrieb Vol. 11, No. 3 (Winter 1992): pp. 135-41
    Edward Foster, in The Poetry Project Newsletter Vol. 152 (Dec. 1993 / Jan. 1994): p. 18
    Bernie Earley, in Home Planet News Vol. 9, No. 2 (September 1993): pp. 7, 23   
    Laurel Johnson, Untitled Review, in Midwest Book Review (July 2008),

            http://www.midwestbookreview.com/mbw/jul_08.htm
    Laurel Johnson, "Sensuous and Soothing Work," Amazon Review (28 June 2008),

         http://www.amazon.com/Musaics-Burt-Kimmelman/product-

            reviews/1881471039/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

        ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1
    Al Filreis, "From the Other Side of These Words," talking about "Self Portrait" (28 October 2010),

        http://afilreis.blogspot.com/2010/10/from-other-side-of-these-words.html
    Al Filreis, "Poem About a Motherwell Painting," talking about "Motherwell's Sepia Elegy" (31 October 2010),

         http://jacket2.org/commentary/poem-about-motherwell-painting, reproduced in Jacket 2 (2011),

            http://jacket2.org/


 

  Textbook

  [as co-author]

Environmental Protection: Solving Environmental Problems from Social Science and Humanities Perspectives, Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing, 1997; 472 pages; Co-Authored with Nancy Coppola, Norbert Elliot, David Geithman, Nancy Jackson, and Eric Katz. Peer-Reviewed
  Principal Authorship:
    Chapter Four, "Literature and the Environment"
    Chapter Seven, "Aesthetics and the Environment"
  Reviews:
    Stephen Goldman, Science, Technology and Society(Fall 1997): p. 16
    Eugene McQuillan, on "Literature" chapter (pre-publication)
    Jackie Brookner, on "Aesthetics" chapter (pre-publication)
 

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

 Board Reviewed

  [as author]

"My Tutelage," On Becoming a Poet: 25 Original Essays and Interviews, ed. Susan Terris, East Rockaway, NY: Marsh Hawk Press, 2022

Introduction," Zero Point Poeisis: George Quasha's Axial Art, Ed. Burt Kimmelman, New York: Aporia, 2022

George Quasha's Linear Music," Zero Point Poeisis: George Quasha's Axial Art, Ed. Burt Kimmelman, New York: Aporia, 2022

To Love Too Much: Norman Finkelstein and the Problem of Inscription, Where the Wanting Leads Us: Reading the Poetry of Norman Finkelstein, Ed. J. Peter Moore. Cheshire, MA: Mad Hat Press (September 2021), pp. 19-30

The Presence and Absence of the Text: Norman Finkelstein's Recent and Early Poetry, Where the Wanting Leads Us: Reading the Poetry of Norman Finkelstein, Ed. J. Peter Moore. Cheshire, MA: Mad Hat Press (September 2021), pp. 161-63; reprint of review in Galatea Resurrects (below).

Introduction, Light abstracts the smallest things: The Aesthetics of Basil King, Ed. Burt Kimmelman. Northfield, MA: Talisman House, Publishers, 2020

Poetry, Painting, Basil King, Light abstracts the smallest things: The Aesthetics of Basil King, Ed. Burt Kimmelman. Northfield, MA: Talisman House, Publishers, 2020

The Machaut Map: Geoffrey Chaucer, Christine de Pizan, the Diegetic Self and Pre-Renaissance Individualism in Northern Europe," Machaut's Legacy: The Judgment Poetry Tradition in Late Medieval Literature, Co-Eds. R. Barton Palmer and Burt Kimmelman, Gainesville: U of Florida P, 2017.

Introduction," Machaut's Legacy: The Judgment Poetry Tradition in Late Medieval Literature, Co-Eds. R. Barton Palmer and Burt Kimmelman, Gainesville: U of Florida P, 2017.

Foreword, The Poetics and Poetics of Michael Heller: A Nomad Memory, Jon Curley and Burt Kimmelman, co-eds., for. Intr, and annot. Madison, New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press / New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2015. vii-ix.

Interview with Michael Heller, [interview by Jon Curley and Burt Kimmelman] The Poetics and Poetics of Michael Heller: A Nomad Memory, Jon Curley and Burt Kimmelman, co-eds., for. Intr, and annot. Madison, New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press / New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2015. 153-72.

Reading the Posthuman Subject in The Alphabet, Reading the Difficulties: Dialogues with Contemporary American Innovative Poetry, Eds. Thomas Fink and Judith Halden-Sullivan, Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2014, pp. 70-92

The New American Poetry's Objectivist Legacy: Linguistic Skepticism, the Signifier, and Material Language, The New American Poetry: Fifty Years Later, ed. John Woznicki, Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University Press, 2014. Pp. 221-74.

 

 The Problem of Pleasure in Reading William Bronk, William Bronk in the Twenty-First Century: New Assessments, Eds. Edward Foster and

 Burt Kimmelman, Greenfield, MA: Talisman House, Publishers, 2013, pp. 122-32


Equal, That Is, to the Real Itself: The New Physics, Charles Olson, and Avant-Garde Poetics, Restoring the Mystery of the Rainbow: Literatures Refraction of Science, Eds. Valeria Tinkler-Villani, and C. C. Barfoot, Amsterdam / New York: Rodopi, 2011, pp. 641-67.

Enid Dames Householdry, For Enid with Love: A Festschrift, Ed. Barry Wallenstein. New York: NYQ Books, 2010. 37-49. Reprint of article in Rain Taxi (see below).


"The Lyre and the Atom: Ronald Johnsons Reinvention of Nature," Ronald Johnson: Life and Works, Eds. Joel Bettridge and Eric Selinger, Orono: National Poetry Foundation, 2008, pp. 421-33

The Trope of Reading in the Fourteenth Century, Reading and Literacy in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance; Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance Volume 8, Ed, Ian  Moulton, Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2004, pp. 25-44

Introduction, Imperfect Fit by Martha King, New York: Marsh Hawk Press, 2004, p. xi

"The Traces of Being: Armand Schwerner's Ephemeral Episteme," Poetry Criticism 42, Ed. Allison Marion, Detroit: Gale Group; a reprint of journal article (see Journal Articles section, below)

"Foreword," Bearing Across: Studies in Science and Literature, 2nd Edition, by Steven Carter, Washington, D.C.: International Scholars Publications, 2002, pp. ix-xviii

Art As a Way: Absence and Presence, Aesthetics and Friendship in the William Bronk  Robert Meyer Correspondence, in The Body of this Life: Reading William Bronk, Ed. and Intr. David Clippinger, Jersey City: Talisman House Publishers, 2001, pp. 40-52; republished in Otoliths 17 (1 May 2010), http://the-otolith.blogspot.com/

"Ockham, Chaucer, and the Emergence of Modern Poetics," in Rhetorical Poetics of the Middle Ages: Reconstructive Polyphony. Essays in Honor of Robert O. Payne, Eds. John M. Hill, and Deborah Sinnreich-Levi, Madison, New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (2000), pp. 177-205

"The Language of the Text: Authorship and Textuality in Pearl, The Divine Comedy, and Piers Plowman," in The Medieval Book and the Magic of Reading, Ed. Albrecht Classen, New York and London: Garland Publishing (1999), pp. 123-48

"George Oppen and the Other: Carl Rakosi's 'Old Poet's Tale'," Carl Rakosi: Man and Poet, Ed. Michael Heller, Orono, Maine: National Poetry Foundation, 1993, pp. 433-47

   Editor Reviewed

 The Problem of Pleasure in Reading William Bronk, William Bronk in the Twenty-First Century: New Assessments, Eds. Edward Foster and

 Burt Kimmelman, Greenfield, MA: Talisman House, Publishers, 2013, pp. 122-32

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles

 Board Reviewed

 [as author]

"The New American Poetry, Personism, and the Cold War [Review Essay on The New American Poetry and Cold War Nationalism by Stephan Delbos (2021)]," Journal of Modern Literature (forthcoming; see Book Reviews above)

"Empty Mirror" (review of Rearview Mirror by Charles Borkhuis, Restless Messengers (February 2023): Click Here or Here

"Susan Lewis' Sublimations," Rain Taxi 27.4 (Winter 2022): pp. 42-44; Click Here

"Eye Am a Camera: Murat Nemet-Nejat's Later Writings," Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics (March 2022), https://www.talisman46.com/kimmelman.html

"Barbara Henning's Present Tense," Marsh Hawk Review (Fall 2021): pp. 92-103,  Marsh Hawk Press Review

"Virginia Woolf and la recherche du modernisme proustien: Marcel Proust in La Belle Ipoque, the Great War, and After," Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 49 (February 2021), https://www.talismanmag.net/kimmmelmanproust.html or here

Kent Johnson's Disguised Pronunciamento, B O D Y (January 2021), https://bodyliterature.com/2021/01/29/kent-johnsons-disguised-pronunciamento-essay/

The Dead and the Living: Hugh Seidmans Late Poetry [review-essay], Jacket2 (31 January 2020), http://jacket2.org/article/dead-and-living

 "The Blues, Tom Weatherly, and the American Canon, Jacket2 (September 2019), http://jacket2.org/article/blues-tom-weatherly-and-american-canon

"'I Might Die of Love for You': Michael Lally's Poetry Is Experimental and Unabashedly Romantic," The Poetry Foundation (2 January 2019), https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/148631/i-might-die-of-love-for-you

"Prague and Memory, B O D Y (9, 16, and 23 October 2018), https://bodyliterature.com/2018/10/09/burt-kimmelman-prague-and-memory-2018-part-i/

"Provocative Art about Blood and Masks, Hyperallergic: Art and Its Discontents (14 April 2018), https://hyperallergic.com/437469/daniel-pesta-determination-dox-center-of-contemporary-art-prague-2018/

"Travelin Man: The Poetry of Halvard Johnson, Hamilton Stone Review 38 (Spring 2018), http://www.hamiltonstone.org/hsr38.html#kimmelman

Preface [to collection of critical writings and new writings by Michael Heller], Michael Heller: New Writing and Commentary, a special section of Jacket2, Co-curated and co-edited by Jon Curley and Burt Kimmelman, (August 2018), jacket2.org

"My Own Private Black Mountain, Appalachian Review 3-4 (2017), click here

Leila Rosner, Cassandra Callaghan, and Burt Kimmelman, "Exchange on Burt Kimmelman's Abandoned Angel (Marsh Hawk P, 2016)." Dichtung Yammer (October 9, 2017), https://dichtungyammer.wordpress.com/2017/10/09/exchange-on-burt-kimmelmans-abandoned-angel-marsh-hawk-p-2016/

Painting, Poetry, Basil King, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 46 (February 2018), https://www.talismanmag.net/kimmelman.html

Introduction to a collection of critical essays on the work of Basil King, eds. Burt Kimmelman and Martha King, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 46 (February 2018), https://www.talismanmag.net/kimmelmanintroduction.html


"The End of Language & the Beginning of Conceptualism in the Nineties: Art, Poetry, & the Materiality of Writing,"  Dispatches from the Poetry Wars (January 2018), http://dispatchespoetrywars.com/commentary/2018/01/end-language-burt-kimmelman/

"Who is There?: Revisiting Michael Browns Autopsy Report and Reassessing Conceptual Poetry Two Years after Interrupt 3, Dispatches from the Poetry Wars (August 2017), http://dispatchespoetrywars.com/author/kimmelman/

"Code and Substrate: Reconceiving the Actual in Digital Art and Poetry Humanities 6.3 (August 2017), https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318438371_Code_and_Substrate_Reconceiving_the_Actual_in_Digital_Art_and_Poetry

Poetry New York: A Journal of Poetry and Translation, From a Secret Location on the Lower East Side (June 2017), http://fromasecretlocation.com/poetry-new-york-journal-poetry-translation/

Introduction to a collection of critical essays on the work of George Quasha, ed. Burt Kimmelman, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 23 (January 2017), https://talisman45.weebly.com/kimmelmanintroduction.html

George Quashas Linear Music, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 23 (January 2017), https://talisman45.weebly.com/kimmelman.html

"Interview with Poet Burt Kimmelman [interviewed by John Wisniewski], AM FM Magazine (August 2016), http://www.amfm-magazine.com/interview-with-poet-burt-kimmelman/

"[Interview on Conceptual Poetry, an Interview with Burt Kimmelman, Part of a Forum on Conceptual Poetry Arranged by Jeffrey Side]," The Argotist Online (March 2016), http://www.argotistonline.co.uk/

"[Interview by George Quasha, a segment of his Poetry Is (Speaking Portraits) Vol. 2 video series], (Spring 2015), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Og49iN8KqWg

"Arrangements of Language: In Interview with Burt Kimmelman" by Eric Hoffman, Rain Taxi (8 December 2014), http://www.raintaxi.com/arrangements-of-language-an-interview-with-burt-kimmelman/
 

"Letter from Antwerp I," Hyperallergic: Sensitive to Art and Its Discontents (5 July 2014), http://hyperallergic.com/135924/letter-from-antwerp-i-trains-and-diamonds/

 

"Letter from Antwerp II," Hyperallergic: Sensitive to Art and Its Discontents (6 July 2014), http://hyperallergic.com/135926/letter-from-antwerp-ii-rubens-more-diamonds-and-dogs/

 

The Heartlessness of Words: Michael Heller and Hugh Seidman, Objectivist Poetry and the Problem of Language, Textual Practice 25.2 (September 2011) : pp. 867-92

 

The Crowd Inside Me: Michael Lally in Conversation with Burt Kimmelman, Jacket2 (October 2011), http://jacket2.org/interviews/crowd-inside-me

"Burt Kimmelman in conversation with George Spencer [Spring 2011]" (Interview), Poetry Thin Air (August 2010): Part I, http://www.thinairvideo.com/ and http://www.mnn.org/show-info/14641/poetry-thin-air, available at Vimeo at http://www.vimeo.com/27710442 and at YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLZCp_Bh0YU; Part II available at YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BGIRmvIu4U

"Burt Kimmelman in conversation with Thomas Fink, 2010" (Interview), Jacket 40 (July 2010): http://jacketmagazine.com/40/iv-kimmelman-ivb-fink.shtml

Editing the Words of Poets beyond Their Poems, Otoliths 17 (1 May 2010), http://the-otolith.blogspot.com/

Enid Dames Householdry, Rain Taxi http://www.raintaxi.com/ (Summer 2009),
http://www.raintaxi.com/

George Oppens Psalm: Manifest Things and a Poets Words, Big Bridge 14 (2009) http://www.bigbridge.org/

George Oppen and Martin Heidegger: The Philosophy and Poetry of Gelassenheit, and the Language of Faith, Jacket 37 (Early 2009, http://jacketmagazine.com/

Tracking the Word:: Judaisms Exile and the Writerly Poetics of George Oppen, Armand Schwerner, Michael Heller, and Norman Finkelstein, Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 27.3 (Spring 2009), pp. 30-51

A Poets Life with Art, in Review Revue 5.1 (April 2008): 12

'Art new, hurt old': A, Ulysses, and Modernist Intertextuality," FlashPoint 7 (Summer 2004), http://www.flashpointmag.com//

Text and Selfhood in Medieval and Postmodern Worlds, Readerly/Writerly Texts 10.1, 10.2 (Spring/Summer-Fall/Winter 2002 and Spring/Summer 2003): 51-60

"George Oppens Silence and the Role of Uncertainty in Post War American Avant-Garde Poetry," Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 36.2 (June 2003): 145-62

"Getting Ones Bearings: Writing after the Quantum," Bridges: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Theology, Philosophy, History, and Science 10.1/2 (Spring/Summer 2003): 31-44

"The Historical Imperative in Contemporary Jewish American Poetry: Enid Dame, Michael Heller, and Nikki Stiller," Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 21.1 (Fall 2002): 103-10

"A Conversation about Living Root between Michael Heller and Burt Kimmelman," Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 21.1 (Fall 2002): 111-15

"Objectivist Poetics since 1970," in The World in Time and Space: Towards a History of Innovative American Poetry in Our Time, Eds. Edward Foster and Joseph Donahue, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 23-26 (2002), pp. 161-84

From Black Mountain College to St. Marks Church: The Cityscape Poetics of Blackburn, di Prima, and Oppenheimer, RainTaxi (Spring 2002), http://www.raintaxi.com/online/2002spring/

Quantum Syntax: John Taggart's Discrete Serialism, FlashPoint 5 (Spring 2002), http://www.flashpointmag.com/kimelman.htm

The Internet, Selfhood, and the (Re)textualizing of Experience, College English Notes 27.2 (October 2000), pp. 6-9

"Thanne motyn we to bokys: Writings Harvest in the Prologue to the Legend of Good Women, Journal of the Early Book Society 3 (2000), pp. 1-35

"Worldlessness," Terra Nova: Nature and Culture 3.1 (Winter 1998): pp. 135-44

"The William Bronk  Charles Olson Correspondence,"  Minutes of the Charles Olson Society 22 (special issue, January 1998), pp. 2-6; republished in Otoliths 17 (1 May 2010), http://the-otolith.blogspot.com/

"Worldlessness, Virtual Reality, and the Limits of Technology," Sycamore: A Journal of American Culture 1.4 (Winter 1997); http://www.unc.edu/sycamore/97.4/limits.html

"The Problematics of Presence: William Bronk's Anti-Epistemology," Lo Straniero 25 (May 1997): p. 40

"Pound, Stevens, Bronk: Phenomenology and the Postmodern Lyric," The Journal of Imagism 2 (Fall 1997): pp. 34-63

"Visionary Science in Purgatorio XVII and Paradiso XXX," Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies Vol. 26 (1995): pp. 53-74

"Ezra Pound's Medievalism and the American Avant-Garde," The Arkansas Quarterly, A Journal of Criticism 2.3, Summer 1993: pp. 213-41

"Centrality in a Discrete Universe: William Bronk's Poetry and Philosophy in Relation to Wallace Stevens," Sagetrieb: A Journal Devoted to Poets in the Imagist / Objectivist Tradition 7.3 (Winter 1988): pp. 119-30

 [as co-author]

"Pollution Prevention across the Technological Curriculum: An Interdisciplinary Case Approach," The Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society 14.3 (1994): pp. 150-54; Co-Authored with Nancy Coppola, and Eric Katz

"Introduction" to William Bronk Special Issue, Sagetrieb: A Journal Devoted to Poets in the Imagist / Objectivist Tradition 7.3 (Winter 1988): pp. 5-7; Co-Authored with Henry Weinfield
 

 Editor Reviewed

  [as author]

Tom Fink, Exchange with Burt Kimmelman on Wings Apart, Dichtung Yammer (November 2019), https://dichtungyammer.wordpress.com/2019/11/01/exchange-with-burt-kimmelman-on-wings-apart/

"My Tutelage," Marsh Hawk Press Chapter One (February 2019), https://marshhawkpress.org/burt-kimmelman-my-tutelage/

Poetry New York: A Journal of Poetry & Translation," from a secret location (July 2017), http://fromasecretlocation.com/poetry-new-york-journal-poetry-translation/

The New New England Mind: Perry Miller, F. O. Matthiesen, Henry David Thoreau, William Bronk, Susan Howe, and the Reimagining of Place, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 43 (January 2015): http://talismanarchive.weebly.com/kimmelman.html

"Burt Kimmelman's Fish (The Tattooed Poets Project)," Tattoosday (A Tattoo Blog) (8 April 2015), http://tattoosday.blogspot.com/2015/04/burt-kimmelmans-fish-tattooed-poets.html

Our Anxiety in Reading William Bronk, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 41 (January 2013): https://talismanarchive.weebly.com/kimmelmanbronk.html

I want to be that Tantalus: From Worldlessness to Self-Abnegation and Acquiescence in William Bronks Poetry of the 1970s, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 38/39/40 (Summer/Autumn 2010): 385-97

Mexico City (a memoir), College Hill Review 4 (Fall 2009),
 
http://www.collegehillreview.com/004/0040301.html

Poetry and Dialogue with Burt Kimmelman (Interview by Students at St. Johns University), Critiphoria Dialogues (Spring 2008), http://www.critiphoria.org/

Learning to Draw, Learning to Paint, Learning to Write: On Basil King [Review Essay Retrospective of 77 Beasts: Basil Kings Bestiary, The Poet, Twin Towers, The Complete Miniatures, Devotions, Mirage, Identity, and Warp Spasm, by Basil King],Galatea Resurrects 9 (31 March 2008),http://galatearesurrects.blogspot.com/

The Presence and Absence of the Text: Norman Finkeltsteins Recent and Early Poetry [Review Essay Retrospective of Restless Messengers, Passing Over, and Track by Norman Finkelstein], Galatea Resurrects 8 (30 November 2007),http://galatearesurrects.blogspot.com/

"The Subjectivity of Objectivism and the Search for Truth Values: The Case of Lorine Niedecker," Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 34 (Winter/Spring 2007 pp. 42-55

Samuel Menashe, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 32-33 (Summer/Fall 2006): pp. 183-87

"Remembering Enid Dame," Home Planet News 53 (Fall 2005): p. 16

"Armand Schwerner: Poet as Translator, Translator as Poet," Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 21/22 (Winter/Spring 2001): pp. 14-17

"Armand Schwerner 1927 - 1999," Poetry Project Newsletter 175 (June 1999): p. 7 (invited submission)

"The Traces of Being: Armand Schwerner's Ephemeral Episteme," Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 19,devoted to the work of Armand Schwerner (Winter 1998/1999): 70-77; reprinted in Poetry Criticism 42 (see Book Chapters section, above)

"Papers Revisited," Lo Straniero 26 (May 1997): pp. 17-18

"The Autobiography of Poetics: Michael Heller's Living Root," Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 10 (Fall 1993): pp. 67-76
 

  Encyclopedia Articles

  Board-Reviewed Essay Entries

   [as author]

Norman Finkelstein, essay entry for Encyclopedia of American Poetry, eds. Jeffrey Gray, Mary McAleer Balkun, and James McCorkle, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2006, pp. 532-33

Michael Heller, essay entry for Encyclopedia of American Poetry, eds. Jeffrey Gray, Mary McAleer Balkun, and James McCorkle, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2006, pp. 724-25

William Bronk, essay entry for Encyclopedia of American Poetry, eds. Jeffrey Gray, Mary McAleer Balkun, and James McCorkle, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2006, pp. 197-200

"Howard Moss," in Contemporary Jewish-American Dramatists and Poets: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook, Eds. Joel Shatzky and Michael Taub, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press (1999), pp. 402-10

"Michael Heller," in American Poets since World War II, Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 165, Fourth Series, Ed. Joseph Conte, Detroit, Washington, D. C., London: Bruccoli Clark Layman / Gale Research, 1996, pp. 108-19
 

  Editor-Reviewed Essay Entries

   [as author]

Norman Finkelstein, Greenwood Encyclopedia of Multiethnic-American Literature, ed. Emmanuel S. Nelson, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2005

Introduction, The Facts on File Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry, Ed. Burt Kimmelman, New York: Facts on File, Inc.,  2005, pp. xiv-xix

"The Journals,"  The Facts on File Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry, Ed. Burt Kimmelman, New York: Facts on File, Inc.,  2005, pp. 248-50

"The Black Mountain School,"  The Facts on File Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry, Ed. Burt Kimmelman, New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2005, pp. 51-54

"William Bronk," The Facts on File Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry, Ed. Burt Kimmelman, New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2005, pp. 65-67

"Howard Moss,"  The Facts on File Companion to Twentieth-Century American Poetry, Ed. Burt Kimmelman, New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2005, pp. 328-29

"J. P. Donleavy," The Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Catholic American Writing, Ed. Daniel J. Tynan, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1989, pp. 68-70

"Michael G. Stephens," in The Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Catholic American Writing, Ed. Daniel J. Tynan, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1989, pp. 279-81
 

Articles Not Peer-Reviewed

[as author]

 

"[Untitled]" Remembering Creeley: Honoring legendary poet & UB Professor Robert Creeley (1926-2005); at UB 1966-2003. Buffalo, NY: University at Buffalo, ;pp. 1-2.

"[Allen Was Allen,] In Memoriam Allen Mandelbaum (1926-2011)," The CUNY Graduate Center Advocate (December 2011), pp. ; and online: http://www.gcadvocate.com/2011/11/memoriam-allen-mandelbaum-1926-2011/

[as co-author]

That they are there: Aletheia, Thingliness, and the Question of Poetry in Heidegger and Oppen, invited presentation for the George Oppen Centennial Conference, Poets House / Tribeca Performing Arts Center, New York City (Spring 2008), voice recording published at PennSound (May 2008), http://www.writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Oppen-Centennial-NYC.html(see Professional Presentations below)

Fall Book Launch Introduction of The Light Sang as It Left Your Eyes by Eileen Tabios, Marsh Hawk Blog (24 September 2007), http://mhpress.blogspot.com/2007_09_01_archive.html#8509809001109599065#8509809001109599065

"'Introduction' to 'Chances' Issue," Poetry New York 5 (Winter 1992 / Spring 1993): p. v; Co-Authored with Tod Thilleman

"'Introduction' to 'Geographies' Issue," Poetry New York 4 (Winter 1991 / Spring 1992): p. v; Co-Authored with Cheryl Fish
 

 Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceeding

 [as author]

"Diversity in Avant-Garde Publishing," Poetry and the Public Sphere Web Site, Rutgers University (Spring 1997), http://english.rutgers.edu/poetry.html
 

Conference Proceedings Not Peer-Reviewed

 [as author]

The Estrangement of Twentieth-Century Science and Its Effects on Poetry, Lo Straniero 41 (April 2005): pp. 36-37

"An Integrated Environmental Initiative: Common Ground for the Humanities, Social Sciences and Engineering," Proceedings of Gateway Engineering Education Initiative, First Annual Conference, 1993

 [as co-author]

"Pollution Prevention across the Technological Curriculum: An Interdisciplinary Case Approach," Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Technological Literacy Conference, National Association for Science, Technology, and Society, Washington, DC (1994), pp. 165-71; ERIC Clearinghouse for Social Studies / Social Sciences Education, 1994, p. 288; Co-Authored with Nancy Coppola and Eric Katz
 

Reports

 [as co-author]

Analysis and Reflections about Preservation Week a portion of Preservation Week Report, Spring 1998 from The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training by Kate Burns Ottavino and Ezra Ehrenkrantz, The Center for Architecture and Building Science Research, New Jersey Institute of Technology (July 1998), http://www.njit.edu/Directory/Centers/CABSR/research/prestech/spring98.htm

Pollution Prevention from Social Sciences and Humanities Perspectives, 3 Volumes, 1993; New Jersey Institute of Technology: Department of Humanities; submitted to the United States Environmental Protection Agency; Co-Authored with Nancy Coppola, Norbert Elliot, Nancy L. Jackson, Eric Katz and Robert Lynch.
 

Book Reviews

[as author]

"The New American Poetry, Personism, and the Cold War [Review Essay on The New American Poetry and Cold War Nationalism by Stephan Delbos (2021)]," Journal of Modern Literature (forthcoming; see Peer-Reviewed Essays above)

"Robert Vas Dias' Words Explore the Fact of Things [Review of Poetics of a Still Life: A Collage by Robert Vas Dias]," Hyperallergic (6 October 2021); click here

"Digital Creation [Review of How the Universe Is Made by Stephanie Strickland]," American Book Review 42.5 (July/August 2021): 25-27; click here

Reviews of Books by Marsh Hawk Press Authors (see Table of Contents for link to review of each book): Jon Curley, Thomas Fink and Maya Mason, Edward Foster, Basil King, Daniel Morris, Gail Newman, Geoffrey OBrien, Eileen R. Tabios, and Tony Trigilio. Marsh Hawk Review (Summer 2021), Marsh-Hawk-Review-Summer-2021-rev.pdf (marshhawkpress.org)

Michael Lallys Poetry [review-essay], Poetry Foundation Features (November 2018), poetryfoundation.org (cf. Journal Articles, above)

"'Quid Pro Quo': Sherry Kearns's Word and Thing,"a review of The Magnificence of Ruin by Sherry Kearns, Galatea Resurrects: A Poetry Engagement 25 (December 2015),
http://galatearesurrection25.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-magnificence-of-ruin-by-sherry.html

Review of Joyride  by Thomas Fink, Jacket2 (July 2014), http://jacket2.org/reviews/let-em-eat-kitsch

Review of New Orleans Variations and Paris Ouroboros by Paul Pines, Golden Handcuffs Review 1.18 (Spring-Summer 2014)

Review of Divine Madness by Paul Pines, Galatea Resurrects 19 (December 2012), http://galatearesurrects.blogspot.com/

Review of Reading as Belief: Language Writing, Poetics, Faith by Joel Bettridge, Paideuma:Studies in American and British Modernist Poetry 38 (2011): 277-81

Review of In the Eyes of a Dog by Kevin Pilkington, Valparaiso Poetry Review XI.2 (Spring/Summer 2010), http://www.valpo.edu/vpr/

Book Launch Introduction:
The Light Sang as It Left Your Eyes: Our Autobiography, The Blind Chatelaines Keys: Her Biography through Your Poetics, Ed.Eileen Tabios, Buffalo: BlazeVOX Books, 2008. 96.

Review of Life in the Ordovician by Robert Murphy, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 36/37 (Fall 2008 / Winter 2009): 92-97

Review of Forty-Nine Guaranteed Ways to Escape Death by Sandy McIntosh, Galatea Resurrects (30 November 2007), http://galatearesurrects.blogspot.com/

Review of Praise in the Ears of Clouds by Michael Perkins, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 32-33 (Summer/Fall 2006): pp. 254-56

Review of Louis Zukofsky and the Poetry of Knowledge by Mark Scroggins, Sagetrieb: A Journal Devoted to Poets in the Imagist / Objectivist Tradition 18.1 (Spring 1999): pp. 195-203

Review of "Space to speke": The Confessional Subject in Medieval Literature by Jerry Root, Arthuriana 9.3 (Fall 1999): pp. 123-25

Review of Columbus by Daniel Gabriel, Home Planet News 9.3 (Summer 1994): pp. 7, 22-23

Review of Jigs and Reels by Michael Stephens, St. Mark's Poetry Project Newsletter Number 149 (April - May 1993): pp. 22-23

"The Poet Inscribes Himself," Review of Objects of Thought, Attempts at Speech by Leonard Schwartz, The American Book Review 13.2 (August - September 1991): p. 20

Review of In the Builded Place by Michael Heller, St. Mark's Poetry Project Newsletter Number 139 (December - January 1990 - 1991): p. 20

Review of Artifice of Absorption by Charles Bernstein, Paper Air 4.2 (Spring 1989): p. 116
 

Recent Individual Poems

[as author]

 

"Ritual," Chant de la Sirčne

(Fall 2022),https://www.chantdelasirenejournal.com/michael-ruby-burt-kimmelman

 

"aurora borealis" and "July Morning, Lake Aeroflex," Marsh Hawk Review (Spring 2022), https://marshhawkpress.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Marsh_Hawk_Review_Spring-2022.pdf

 

"Selections from Steeple at Sunrise (Marsh Hawk Press, 2022)," Prague Writers Festival Features (3 February 2022), https://www.pwf.cz/archivy/texts/articles/burt-kimmelman-steeple-at-sunrise_12426.html

 

"Sandy Hook, New Jersey (Summer 2020)," "Cicadas, July," and "Mid-February at the Parapet," Posit: A Journal of Literature and Art 29 (January 2022), https://positjournal.com/2022/01/24/burt-kimmelman/

 

"End of February" Noon 20 (November 2021), NOON: journal of the short poem by noonpress - Issuu

 

"July Morning, San Giovanni" and "The Mind's Arc," Blazing Stadium 7 (December 2020), https://blazingstadium.com

 

Dreaming of Love (Five Poems), Prague Writers Festival (December 2020), https://www.pwf.cz/index.php?lang=2


Year's End, 2019, Marsh Hawk Review (Spring 2020), p. 10,
https://marshhawkpress.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Marsh-Hawk-Press-Review-Spring-2020.pdf

"Triptych" (Sky, Days End, Summer, and Marriage), and The Death of Jim Tolan Hambone 22 (2019), pp. 353-56

The Minds Arc and Night, Late Summer," Marsh Hawk Review (Fall 2019), pp. 44-45, https://marshhawkpress.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Marsh-Hawk-Press-Review-Fall-2019.pdf

"4 Poems," Golden Handcuffs Review 2.26 (Winter 2019), pp. 144-47

Film Noir Marsh Hawk Review (October 2018), https://marshhawkpress.org/the-marsh-hawk-press-review/

A Round Robin and Summer, Morning, Like Light: 25 Years of Poetry & Prose by Bright Hill Poets & Writers, ed. and intr. Bertha Rogers (Treadwell, NY: Bright Hill Press, 2017), p. 181

Taking Dinner to My Mother and Fra Angelico at the Met, Realms of the Mothers: The First Decade of Dos Madres Press (Loveland, OH: Dos Madres Press, 2016), pp. 87, 183-86

"From a Balcony on Central Park North in April," Red Wheelbarrow 9

From Shore," Local Knowledge

The World at Dawn, Marsh Hawk Review (Fall 2016), n.p.,  http://www.marshhawkpress.org/Marsh%20Hawk%20Review%20fall%202016.pdf

February, New Jersey and Taking Off from Orly Airport, Noon: Journal of the Short Poem 11 (March 2016), n.p., noonpoetry.com

Man and Woman Reclining, Golden Handcuffs Review Publications, Seattle, 2015, p. 23

 Seeds of the Red Maple, The Sleep of the Dead, and The Waves, Best Poems Encyclopedia, http://www.best-poems.net/poets/index.html

German Tourism 1940, Krakow,  Home Planet News Online 2 (Spring 2015), p. 18; http://homeplanetnews.org/Germann.html

Snow Squall, House Organ 90 (Spring 2015), p. 16

Bear Mountain, Early November,  On a Train Passing East Orange in Snow, and Big Storm, Verse-Virtual: An Online Journal of Poetry (February 2015), http://www.verse-virtual.com/burt-kimmelman-2015-february.html

Regatta on Lake Union, Late July and Cleo at about 6:13, Local Knowledge 2 (2014),

          pp. 37-38

 Photos from Somewhere and Avocados, Winter, Marsh Hawk Review (Spring 2014), p. 29;

http://www.marshhawkpress.org/MHR%20Spring%202014.pdf

Dawn, Boog City 83 (September 2013), p. 6

Old Age Home, Reading by Garrison Keillor, The Writers Almanac, 18 September 2013, archived at http://writersalmanac.publicradio.org/index.php?date=2013/09/18

"Robin, Spring," and "Thanksgiving Morning," EOAGH 8 (Winter 2013), http://eoagh.com/?p=1941

"Early April Dawn," The Cultural Society (forthcoming), culturalsociety.org

December Solstice, House Organ 81 (Winter 2013), n.p.

Taking Dinner to my Mother and Visiting the Nursing Home, New America, Eds. James Tolan and Holly Messitt (New York: Autumn House Press, 2012, pp. 247-49
"The War Is Over," Napalm Health Spa 2012 (forthcoming)
"Bar Mitzvah" and "Mikvah, Warsaw Ghetto 1941," The Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Poetry, Eds. Deborah Ager and M. E. Silverman (New York: Continuum Press, 2013.

"Arctic Terns," "Cicadas, Mid July," and "The Seeds of the Red Maple," Poets USA (Sept. 2012), http://www.poetsusa.com/KimmelmanBurt.html

"A Visit to Gloucester" and "Train to Izmir," Body (25 July 2012), http://bodyliterature.com/2012/07/25/burt-kimmelman/

Istanbul, Marsh Hawk Review (June 2012), http://marshhawkreview.blogspot.com/2012/06/burt-kimmelman.html

"Samuel Menashe, New York Poet of Short Verse, Dies at 85," Rampike Vol. 21, No. 1(Spring 2012), p. 57

"The Carroll Capris," The Missouri Review 34.3 (Fall 2011): pp. 34-54
"Jane Planting Flowers," "The Way We Live," and "Late November in the South Mountain Reservation," Big Scream 50 (Winter 2012): 41-43

Cup of Tea, 5 AM, and December Solstice, Truck (2 February 2012), http://halvard-johnson.blogspot.com/2012/02/

"Samuel Menashe, New York Poet of Short Verse, Dies at 85," Shot Glass Journal 6 (January 2012),

http://www.musepiepress.com/shotglass/burt_kimmelman1.html

"El  Paseo," On Barcelona (January 12, 2012), http://onbarcelona.blogspot.com/2012/01/burt-kimmelman.html

"Big Storm," The Newark Review 3.0 (Summer 2011), http://web.njit.edu/~newrev/3.0//kimmelman.html
"Thanksgiving Morning" and "Robin, "Spring," EOAGH (forthcoming), http://www.chax.org/eoagh/
"Arctic Terns," Golden Handcuffs Review 1.14 (Winter-Spring 2011), pp. 64-65
"Cicadas, Mid July," Marsh Hawk Review (Fall 2010), http://marshhawkreview.blogspot.com/2010/09/normal-0-false-false-false_5886.html
"Taking Dinner to My Mother, "The Waves," and "The Sleep of the Dead," Poets Online (January 2011), http://poetsonline.blogspot.com/2010/11/kimmelman.html
With Fred Caruso, Standing in Front of Pierre Bonnards Corner of the Dining Room at Le Cannet, The Deception, and Storm, Beach, Gull, Little Red Leaves 5, http://littleredleaves.com/(Fall 2010)
Late January Morning, Tuesday; an Art Project 4.2 (Fall 2010), n.p
Wild Onions and The Kiss, in Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 38/39/40 (Summer/Autumn 2010): 89
Visiting Therapist (co-authored with Denise Duhamel, Ariana Fink, Maya Fink, Thomas Fink, Molly Mason, and Sandy McIntosh), The Chained Hay(na)ku Anthology, Eds. Eileen Tabios, Ivy Alvarez, John Bloomberg-Rissman, and Ernesto PriegoSan Francisco and St. Helena, CA: Meritage Press, 2010, pp. 31-3
"Monet's Garden," OregonLive (30 July 2010),  http://www.oregonlive.com/books
"Monet's Garden, Verse Daily, 3 April 2010, http://www.versedaily.org/2010/monetsgarden.shtml
Taking Dinner to My Mother, Reading by Garrison Keillor, The Writers Almanac, 20 April 2010, archived at http://writersalmanac.publicradio.org/index.php?date=2010/04/20
Taking Dinner to My Mother, Blackeyed Susan, Plan, Seasonal, Washing My Brother's Hair, Cafi in Maplewood, Edvard Munch's Despair, 1892, After Robert Creeley, Birdfeeder, The Seeds of the Red Maple, Variation of Green, Laocovn and His Sons, Museo Vaticani, I Feel a Song Comin' On,  The Waves, Monet's Garden, Light & Dust Anthology (Winter 2010), http://www.thing.net/~grist/l&d/lighthom.htm
Making the Bed, Academy of American Poets, Poems for Summer (July 2009), http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/20912
Raking the Leaves, Plan, Seasonal, Start of Day, Two Blackbirds, Home from the War, Washing My Brothers Hair, College English Notes 36.1 (Spring 2009), pp. 11-13
Blackeyed Susan, Future Cycle Poetry 3 (May 2008),  http://www.futurecycle.org/Kimmelman1.aspx, print edition forthcoming
Gust of Winter Wind and Ash Tree (co-authored with Sherry Kearns), Marsh Hawk Review (October 2008), http://marshhawkreview.blogspot.com/2008/09/burt-kimmelman.html
Anorexia, Lips 30/31 (Fall 2008 / Winter 2009), p. 102
The Sleep of the Dead and Cafi in Maplewood, Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 27.3 (Spring 2009), pp. 109110
Cafi Goddess, July, in The Phoenix 3, n.p.
Edvard Munchs Despair, 1892, in The Cortland Review (Spring 2008), http://www.cortlandreview.com/features/08/spring/kimmelman.html#1
8.6.86 Tate Gallery / Gaudier-Brzeskas Pound, The Hieratic Head, Anyone We Know, Waiting for Diane at the Klee Show / Museum of Modern Art, in Spore 2.1 (forthcoming)
Reading Barbara Hennings Poems, Richard Pousette-DartsNight Landscape, 1969-71, and Neighbors, in Hamilton Stone Review 14 (Winter 2008), http://www.hamiltonstone.org/hsr14poetry.html#richard
"Tuft of Lavender," "Check-Up," and "Summer's End," BlazeVOX (Fall 2007), http://www.blazevox.org/
"Lido Cristoforo," "Poem for Jackson Mac Low," "Taking Dinner to My Mother," "Hameu de l'eglise," New Lakes Poetry - Preview of Swimming Things, New Lakes Audio/Radio (11 October 2007), http://newlakesaudioradio.blogspot.com/
"Three Women Smoking Cigarettes" and "Old Age Home," College English Notes 34.1 (Spring 2007), pp. 13-14
Susan Sontag Has Died, The Echo of Nothing Certain, Nowhere West, New Lakes Audio/Radio (6 September 2007), http://newlakesaudioradio.blogspot.com/
"Getting Old," Brave Little Poem of the Day (18 July 2007), www.freewebs.com/bravelittlepoemdaily
Friends Gone, Taj Mahal Review 6.1 (June 2007), p. 390
House, Normandy, and Crumbs upon the Table, Jacket 33 (July 2007), http://jacketmagazine.com/33/kimmelman2.shtml
8.6.86 Tate Gallery / Gaudier-Brzeskas Pound, The Hieratic Head, Anyone We Know, Waiting for Diane at the Klee Show / Museum of Modern Art, in Spore 2.1 (forthcoming)

Fra Angelico at the Met, in The Cultural Society (4 January 2007), http://www.culturalsociety.org/texts/poems/fra-angelico-at-the-met//
"The Waves," in Segue: A Journal of the Arts 5.2 (Fall 2006): 39; http://www.mid.muohio.edu/segue/5.2/Segue%205-2.swf
Queens View of Loch Loman, in Moria 9.1 (Summer 2006), http://www.moriapoetry.com/kimmelman45.html
Neo Rauchs Renegaten, 6.16.05 and The Coming Snow, in The Poetry Superhighway (11-17 September 2006), http://poetrysuperhighway.com/ppa/ppa471.html
Monets Garden and Susan Sontag Has Died, in The Cultural Society (June 2006), http://www.culturalsociety.org/texts/poems/monets-garden-giverny-20-august-2005/ and http://www.culturalsociety.org/texts/poems/susan-sontag-has-died/

After Robert Creeley and Poem for Jackson Mac Low, in Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 32-33 (Summer/Fall 2006),: 159-61
Standing Stones, in Home Planet News 53 (Fall 2005): 10
Somehow, in Confrontation 88/89 (Winter 2005):  247
Back in Brooklyn," in Hamilton Stone Review 5 (February 2005)
Late in a Slow Time
, Backwoods Broadsides 80 (January 2004): entire issue
Gerhard Richters Stag / Museum of Modern Art 3.1.02, in House Organ 44 (Fall 2003): n.p
"Mowing the Lawn" and "The Valentine's Day," in Muse Apprentice Guild 4 (Spring 2003)
Late March, in College English Notes 29.1 (Spring 2002): 12
Late October and Morning Pond, in Sentinel / Dead Owl Press 2 (Winter 2001-2002): 5-6
Sidewalk Cafi, Spring, in Pilot / Dead Owl Press 1 (Fall 2001): 12
"Morning at the Pond" and "The Swan Looks Backward," in Sugar Mule 7
Swirl of Water, Dawn, and Squall, in poetrynow 3.2 (2001)
"Flagstones" and "Xmas Tally" in The Second Word Thursdays Anthology,Treadwell, NY: Bright Hill Press (1999)
Finding a Place, in House Organ 25 (Winter 1999): n.p.
"Flagstones," in The Newark Review 2.1 (Winter 1998)
"Xmas Tally," in House Organ 21 (Winter 1998): n.p.
"Franz Marc's The Fate of the Animals," Lo Straniero 26 (May 1997): 43
"Doisneau's Ballade Pour Violoncelle," and "Flagstones," in Sub Voicive Poetry 16 (1997): 14-17
"Of Poetry," in Keep Breathing Keep Shouting (1996): p. 12
"Finding a Place," in Re Visions (1995-96): p. 43
"The Ox Pull," "The Evening," and "Autumn," poems published in First Intensity 3 (1994): pp. 112-13
"Three Haikus," in The Trumpeter 11.4 (Fall 1994): p. 211
"The Argument," in Mudfish 5 (1992): p. 116
Voice recordings, in Apostrophe 1 (1990)
"8/6/86 Tate Gallery/Gaudier-Brzeska's Pound, The Hieratic Head," in Pequod 28-30 (1989): p. 36
"Waiting for Diane at the Klee Show," poem published in Talisman 2 (1989): p. 6
"Mirs at the Guggenheim 8.13.87," poem published in Poetry New York 3 (1989): p. 62
"Tate Gallery," poem published in American Poetry Anthology(Santa Cruz: American Poetry Association, 1987)

 

Letters

 [as author]

Burt Kimmelman to Dispatches, Dispatches from the Poetry Wars (20 December 2019):

https://www.dispatchespoetrywars.com/letters/burt-kimmelman-to-dispatches-20-december-2019-on-the-watten-exorcism/

 Extending Professors Office Hours May Lead to a Loss of Productivity, The Chronicle of Higher Education (2 March 2001): p. B16

ABRs Personalism, The American Book Review 22.1 (Nov. / Dec. 2000): p. 3

Adroit Navel-Gazing, The American Book Review 20.2 (Jan. / Feb. 1999): p. 3

Invited Letter to a New York City elementary school student, which then became part of an art work comprised of student letters and letters from well-known Brooklyn authors, about Prospect Park; the artwork is called Letters to a Forest whose opening reception took place on 30 September 1995

Letter on Welch D. Everman's Review of The Dramaturgy of Style: Voice in Short Fiction by Michael Stephens, The American Book Review 10 (May / June 1988): p. 3
 

Editorial Activity

Prose Editor, Marsh Hawk Review (Spring 2022)

Zero Point Poiesis: George Quasha's Axial Art,  New York: Aporia, 2022

Guest Co-Editor, Marsh Hawk Review (Fall 2021), https://marshhawkpress.org/the-marsh-hawk-press-review/

Light abstracts the smallest things: The Aesthetics of Basil King, Ed. and Intr. Northfield, MA: Talisman House, Publishers, 2020 

Machaut's Legacy: The Judgment Poetry Tradition in Late Medieval Literature, Co-Ed. , Intr. and Aft., Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2017see above under Books

Co-Editor, with Jon Curley, Collection of critical essays and reviews of, as well as previously unpublished writings by Michael Heller, Michael Heller special section of Jacket2 (August 2018), jacket2.org

https://talisman45.weebly.com/

Editor of a collection of critical essays on the work of George Quasha, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 23 (January 2017), talismanmag.net

Co-Editor with Andrew Klobucar, The Poetics of Computation, a special "Technology-Humanities" themedissue of Humanities, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/humanities/special_issues/poeticscomputation

Co-Editor, with R. Barton Palmer, Machaut's Legacy: The Judgment Poetry Tradition in Late Medieval Literature, Co-Ed. , Intr. and Aft. with R. Barton Palmer, Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2017see above under Books

Co-Editor, with Jon Curley, The Poetics and Poetics of Michael Heller: A Nomad Memory, Co-Ed. with Jon Curley and For., Madison, New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press / New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2015see above under Books

Co-Editor, The Facts on File Companion to American Poetry (see above under Books)

Editor, Introduction and Appendicies,The Facts on File Companion to 20th-Century American Poetry (see "Books" above)

Editor of a collection of critical essays by Serge Gavronsky, Michael Heller, Thomas Lavazzi, Brian McHale, Stephen Paul Miller, Arthur Sabatini, Kathryn Van Spanckeren, and Ellen Zweig, as part of a Special Issue of Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 19, devoted to the work of Armand Schwerner (Winter1998/1999)

The William Bronk  Charles Olson Correspondence, Minutes of the Charles Olson Society 22 (special issue, January 1998; the introduction to this edition is listed above in "Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles" section), 30 pp. Republished in Otoliths 17 (1 May 2010), http://the-otolith.blogspot.com/

Senior Editor and Publisher, Poetry New York: A Journal of Poetry and Translation, 1988 to 2001

Co-Editor (1985 - 1990), Thomas Hoccleve's Regiment of Princes. Ed. Charles R. Blyth. Middle English Texts.  Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 1999.

Co-Editor, Electronic Network Solutions for Rising Healthcare Costs, An Abridged Version of the 1994 New Jersey Institute of Technology and Thomas Edison State College Healthcare Information Networks Technologies Report, 1996; Co-Edited with Paul Elwood, Paul Hassen, and Patrick R. Brannigan, Principal Editor

Guest Co-Editor, Sagetrieb: A Journal Devoted to Poets in the Imagist / Objectivist Tradition 7.1 (Winter 1988), a Special Issue on the Work of William Bronk, including essays by: Bruce Campbell, Louise Chawla, John Ernest, Norman Finkelstein, Edward Halsey Foster, Michael Heller, Burt Kimmelman, and Henry Weinfield; Co-Editor with Henry Weinfield
 

Film

Co-Executive Producer (with Kim Lyons, Vincent Katz, Mitch Highfill, and Martha King), Basil King: Mirage, Dirs. Nicole Peyrafitte and Miles Joris Peyrafitte, 2012           

 

Professional Presentations

 [as author and presenter, unless otherwise noted]

 

2023

“Gertrude Stein, Edmond Jabès, George Quasha and the Idiosyncratic Form” paper delivered at the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900 (February 2023)

Co-organizer of three panels on Station Hill Press at the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900 (February 2023)

Featured Reader, Louisville Conference Reading at the Brown Hotel (February 2023)

Featured Reader, Art and Poetry Reading Series in Battery Park City (September 2023)

2022

Burt Kimmelman in conversation with Chris Funkhouser and reading his poems in Maplewood, NJ, Poetry Ray'd Yo, WGXC Hudson Valley, NY (archived here: https://wavefarm.org/wf/archive/cvs96z)

Invited reading from my essay "Prague and Memory," Lunar Chandelier Reading Series (Spring 2022), Online

Invited reading of my poems as part of "Art & Poetry in Battery Park City," New York City (Fall 2022)

Introductions of David Lehman and Joanne Dwyer, Parkside Lounge, New York City (Fall 2022)

2020

Robert Kelly, Jerome Rothenberg, Paul Blackburn, and the Swerve in Deep Image Poetics, Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY (Winter 2020)

Chair, "Modalities of the Unsayable in the Poetry of Robert Kelly," Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY (Winter 2020)

Invited Speaker and Reader of Poems by Harriet Zinnes, Memorial for Harriet  Zinnes, Poets House, New York City (Spring 2020)

2019

Material Language: How Art Turned Poetry into Art, Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY (Winter 2019)

Invited Lecturer on Art and Poetry in Modernism, St. Johns University, New York City (Spring 2019)

Introductions, Marsh Hawk Press Spring Books Launch, Poets House, New York City (Spring 2019)

Invited Reader of My Poems, St. Johns University, New York City (Spring 2019)

Invited Reader of My Poems, Pioneer Valley Poetry Festival, Amherst College, Amherst, MA (Summer 2019)

Invited Reader of My Poems to Celebrate Publication of Talisman 48, Torn Page Poetry Parlor, New York City (Fall 2019)

 

2018

Reading of poems at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (Fall 2018)*

Lecture on Primo Levi and the Holocaust, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (Fall 2018)*

Participant in Roundtable on Marsh Hawk Press, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (Fall 2018)*

 

2017

The End of Language & the Beginning of Conceptualism in the Nineties: Art, Poetry, & the Materiality of Writing, The Poetry and Poetics of the 1990s, National Poetry Foundation Conference, University of Maine, Orono, Maine (Summer 2017)

Holding the Poem at Arms Length: Avant-Garde Feminist Poetics across Three Decades, and the Problem of Language in Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Harryette Mullen, and Nada Gordon," Feminist Reception: Celebrating Thirty Years, Conference of the Reception Studies Society, St. Catherine University, St. Paul, MN (Fall 2017)*

Who is There?: Revisiting Michael Browns Autopsy Report and Reassessing Conceptual Poetry Two Years after Interrupt 3, Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ (Spring 2017)

Introduction of Keynote Speaker, John Keene, Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ (Spring 2017)

Introduction to a Reading from Capitols: A Poetry Anthology, Poets House, New York City (Winter 2017)

Reading of poems at KGB Bar, New York City (Spring 2017)*

Reading of poems as part of Marsh Hawk Press spring books launch, Poets House, New York City (Spring 2017)*

Reading of poems as part of celebration of Red Wheel Barrow 9, Williams Center for the Arts, Rutherford, New Jersey (Spring 2017)*

Book Signing for Dos Madres Press, Association of Writers and Writing Programs, Washington, DC (Spring 2017) *

Book Launch and Reading for Resist Much, Obey Little anthology, Queens Museum, New York City (Spring 2017) *

Reading of poems as part of celebration of Like Light: 25 Years of Poetry & Prose by Bright Hill Poets & Writers, Poets House, New York City, (Winter 2017) *

 

2016

Respondent on a panel on the work of Michael Heller, The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucy (Winter 2016)

Art as Poem, Poem as Art, the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky (Winter 2016)

Participant on Roundtable on Conceptual Poetry, Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2016)

Reading of poems at memorial ceremony for Claudia Carlson, Book Culture, New York City (Winter 2016)*

Reading of poems at memorial ceremony for Corinne Robins, Ceres Gallery, New York City (Spring 2016)*

Reading of my poems, Opulen Gallery, Los Angeles, California (Spring 2016)

Reading of my poems, Association of Writers and Writing Programs, Los Angeles, California (Spring 2016)*

Book Signings, Association of Writers and Writing Programs, Los Angeles, California (Spring 2016)

Reading of my memoir Colorado Springs, Prose Pros Literary Series, Sidewalk Cafi, New York City (Spring 2016)*

Reading of my poems, Red Wheel Barrow Literary Series, William Carlos Williams Center, Rutherford, New Jersey (Spring 2016)*

Participant on Roundtable on Conceptual Poetry, Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2016)

Reading of my poems, Cornelia Street Cafi, New York City (Summer 2016)

Reading of my poems as part of an evening of Eco-Poetry, Green World Rising, Poets House, New York City (Fall 2016)

Reading at the home of Alan Golding, Louisville, KY (Winter 2016),

http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Heatstrings.php#Golding-16

 

2015    Moderator, "The Influence of Black Mountain College," Association of Writers and Writing Programs 2015 Conference, Minneapolis, MN (Spring 2015)

The Poetic Persona after Machaut: Chaucer and Gower, Poetry and Patronage, and the Wonderful Parliament of 1386, to be presented at The 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI (Spring 2015)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), Cornelia Street Cafi, New York City (Spring 2015)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), Bryant Park Reading Series, New York City (Spring 2015)

Introduction to Reading by Michael Heller, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey (Fall 2015)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), The Shed, Brooklyn, New York (Fall 2015)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), Celebration of Daniel Gioseffi and Ecopoetry, Calandra Italian American Institute, New York City (Fall 2015)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York (Fall 2015)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), Poetry Broadside Exhibition at The Shed, Brooklyn, New York (Winter 2015)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), James and Mary Laurie Booksellers, Minneapolis, MN (Spring 2015

"The 'Wonderful Parliament' of 1386 and the Perils or Virtues of Patronage in Chaucer and Gower: Machaldian Poetics in Late Medieval England," presented at the Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ (Spring 2015)

2014    Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), Sponsored by the Blue Bus Poetry Series at The Lamb, London, UK (Winter 2014)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), Sponsored by Itudes en Littirature anglaise et dAmirique du Nord, Universiti Paris Ouest Nanterre La Difense, Paris, France (Spring 2014)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), Sponsored by B O D Y Magazine, Anglo American University,  Prague, Czech Republic (Spring 2014)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), Geraldine R. Dodge Lunch Poems series, Newark, New Jersey (Fall 2014)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, Newark, New Jersey (Fall 2014)

Invited Featured Reader (of my poems), Phoenix Reading Series, Left Bank Books, New York City (Fall 2014)

2013    Literate and Learned 'Je, Christine': The Iconography of Authorship and Authority in the Great Era of Cultural Capital," to be presented at the Forty-Fifth International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI (Spring 2013)

Invited Reader (of my poems), Marsh Hawk Press presentation, AWP (Association of Writers and Writing Programs) Conference, (Spring 2013)

Invited Reader (of my poems), video recording for BlazeVOX [books], AWP (Association of Writers and Writing Programs) Conference, (Spring 2013)

Invited Reader (of my poems), Poets of the New America Anthology, Outpost 186, Cambridge, MA (Spring 2013)

Invited Reader (of my poems), Poets of the New America Anthology, Cornelia Street Cafi, New York City (Spring 2013)

Invited Reader (of my poems), Poets in Response to the Ecological Crisis, Poets House, New York City (Spring 2013)

Invited Reader (of my poems), Benefit Reading for Bright Hill Literary Center, Poets House, New York City (Spring 2013)

Invited Reader (of my poems), Lunch Poems Reading Curated by EOAGH for the City University of New York Chapbook Festival, The Graduate Center, New York City (Spring 2013), http://chapbookfestival.org/readings-2013 and http://www.mixcloud.com/CenterfortheHumanities/chapfest-2013-eoagh-reading/

 

Invited Reader (of my poems), The Shed, New York City (Fall 2013)

 

Invited Reader (of my poems), St. Johns University, New York City (Fall 2013)

Invited Lecture on Objectivist Poetry and Poetics, St. Johns University, New York City (Fall 2013)


2012
    "The Problem of Pleasure in Reading William Bronk, presented at William Bronkin New York, a Symposium on the Life and Work of William Bronk, New York University and Columbia University, New York City (Spring 2012)

Co-Organizer and Co-Host, William Bronk in New York, Symposium on the Life and Work of William Bronk, New York University and Columbia University, New York City (Spring 2012)

Invited Reader (of my poems), The Shed, Brooklyn, New York (Spring 2012)

The New New England Mind: Perry Miller, F. O. Matthiessen, Henry David Thoreau, William Bronk, Susan Howe, and the Reimagining of Friendship, to be presented at the Poetry & Poetics of the 1980s conference, sponsored by the National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine, Orono, Maine (Summer 2012)

The Emergence of LangPo and NeoObjectivist Poetry and Poetics in the 1980s, , to be presented at the Poetry & Poetics of the 1980s conference, sponsored by the National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine, Orono, Maine (Summer 2012)

Invited Reader (of my poems), Beyond Baroque, Los Angeles, California (Summer 2012)

Co-Organizer (with Kim Lyons, Vincent Katz, Mitch Highfill, and Martha King) and Conference Moderator, Basils Arc: The Paintings and Poetics of Basil King, held at The Anthology Film Archives, New York City (Fall 2012)

 2011    Michael Heller and Hugh Seidman: Objectivist Forbears and the Question of Language," presented the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900 (Winter 2011)

The Alphabet, Post Objectivist Poetics, and American Writing since the Publication of The New American Poetry, presented at The Alphabet: A Symposium on Ron Silliman's Long Poem, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario (Spring 2011)

Organizer, panel entitled "Reimagining the Literary Text in Contemporary Society, On and Off the Page, presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey(Spring 2011)

Invited Reader (of my poems),
Bright Hill Arts Center, Delhi, New York (Summer 2011)

Featured Reader (of my poems),
Pilot Books, Seattle, Washington (Summer 2011)

2010  
Christine de Pizan and Geoffrey Chaucer: French and English Writerly Poetics and the Politics of Two Intimately Related Courts, presented at the Forty-Fifth International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan (Spring 2010)

Christine de Pizans Triumph of the Writerly Self in a Changing Patronage Culture, to be presented on a panel entitled Womens Self-Construction in the Middle Ages at the Women in French Conference, Wagner College, New York City (Spring 2010)

Patrons, Scribes and Poets: Tensions of Literary Authority in Christine de Pizan and Geoffrey Chaucer, after Guillaume de Machaut, presented at the
Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2010)

Organizer and Moderator, Roundtable on the Future of the English Major, convened at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2010)

Book Signing, Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference, Denver, CO (Spring 2010)

Invited reading, Smalls Jazz Club, New York City (Spring 2010)

Invited reading, Pianos Bar and Grill, Bloomfield, New Jersey (Spring 2010)

Invited reading, Watchung Booksellers, Montclair, New Jersey (Spring 2010)

Invited reading, Riverread Series, Dublin House, Red Bank, New Jersey (Spring 2010) 

Invited reading, Cornelia Street Cafi, New York City (Winter 2010)

Invited reading, Baron Arts Center, Woodbridge, New Jersey (Winter 2010)

Invited reading, Spare Room Reading Series, Concordia Coffee House, Portland, Oregon (Summer 2010)

Invited reading, MakedaCoffee House, Seattle, Washington (Summer 2010)

Invited reading, Pilot Books, Seattle, Washington (Summer 2010)

Invited reading, the Nordic Heritage Museum, Seattle, Washington (Summer 2010)

Invited reading, William Carlos Williams Poetry Cooperative, William Carlos Williams Center, Rutherford, New Jersey (Fall 2010)

Invited reading, South Brunswick Library, South Brunswick, New Jersey (Fall 2010)

Invited reading, Kelly Writers House, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Fall 2010), recording at PennSound website, Burt Kimmelman page, http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Kimmelman.php see also Al Filreis Blog, http://afilreis.blogspot.com/search/label/Burt%20Kimmelman

Invited panelist, A hole torn in the world (PoemTalk #42), Kelly Writers House, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Fall 2010), recording at PoemTalk website, http://jacket2.org/commentary/hole-torn-world-poemtalk-42

2009  
"Invited reading, Poetry in the Round at Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2009)

Invited reading,
Cornelia Street Cafi, New York City (Spring 2009)

Guillaume de Machauts Patronage Trope and Its Subversion in Geoffrey Chaucer and Christine de Pizan: A Late Medieval Poetics, presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2009)

Book Signing, Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference, Denver, CO (Spring 2009)

Organizer and Chair, New Media and the Literary Artificact I, and New Media and the Literary Artificact II, panels presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2009)

Invited reading, Western Writers Centre, Imperial Hotel, Galway, Ireland (Spring 2009),  http://datab.us/4-dJo-C1osE#CLIP0001 and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-dJo-C1osE

Invited reading, White House Poets Revival, White House Pub, Limerick, Ireland (Spring 2009), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNg0lCpjv4Y and http://cdn3.libsyn.com/whitehousepoets/Burt_Kimelman_17.mp3?nvb=20090720161316&nva=20090721162316&t=013973f447f5a345b8d9f


Invited reading, Kinsale Bookshop,
Kinsale, Ireland (Spring 2009)


Invited reading, Bangal Curry, New York City (Spring 2009)

Invited reading, Carriage House Poetry Series, Kuran Arts Center, Fanwood, New Jersey (Summer 2009)

Interview on WRNJ AM and FM Radio (with Jared Harel, Mary Newell, and Madeline Tiger) on the upcoming 
New Century Poetics: A Poetry Colloquium to be held on 19 and 20 October 2009 at Centenary College, 15 October 2009, Hackettstown, New Jersey, http://www.wrnjradio.com/Audio/ICC%2010-15-09.mp3

Invited Panelist, Roundtable on Poetrys Role in Contempoary Culture, 
New Century Poetics: A Poetry Colloquium, Centenary College, Hackettstown, New Jersey (Fall 2009)

Invited Panelist, Roundtable on The Art of Poetry and the Poetry of Art: Ekphrasis in the Contemporary Poem, 
New Century Poetics: A Poetry Colloquium, Centenary College, Hackettstown, New Jersey (Fall 2009)

"Participant reading of two of my poems," Closing session of  New Century Poetics: A Poetry Colloquium, Centenary College, Hackettstown, New Jersey (Fall 2009), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEkDa26zrwE

Invited reading, Watchung Booksellers, Montclair, New Jersey (Fall 2009)

Introductions to Facing It Again: New and Selected Poems by Corinne Robins, The Beginning of Sorrows by Edward Foster, and Last Call at the Tin Palace by Paul Pines, Marsh Hawk Press Book Launch, Ceres Gallery, New York City (Fall 2009)

2008    Invited reading, An Evening of Marsh Hawk Press Poetry at The Living Theatre, New York City (Winter 2008)

Patron Saints and Sinners: The Trope of Patronage and Its Subversion in Guillaume de Machaut, Geoffrey Chaucer, and Christine de Pizan, presented at the Forty-Third International Congress on Medieval Studies,
Kalamazoo , MI (Spring 2008)

Respondent on a panel titled "Ploughing the Field of Cultural Production: Medieval Authorship and Pierre Bourdieu," presented at the Forty-Third International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo , MI (Spring 2008)

I want to be that Tantalus: From Worldlessness to Abnegation and Acquiescence in William Bronks Poetry of the 1970s, The Poetry of the 1970s, National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine, Orono, Maine (Spring 2008)

Organizer, New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University , South Orange , New Jersey (Spring 2008)

Chair, Satire in Literature and Film, New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey(Spring 2008)

Invited Speaker, Small Press Editors Panel, Manhattan ville Col lege , Purchase, New York (Spring 2008)

Reading of my poems, Benefit for Home Planet News, Village Bistro, New York City (Spring 2008)

That they are there: Aletheia, Thingliness, and the Question of Poetry in Heidegger and Oppen, invited presentation for the George Oppen Centennial Conference, Poets House / Tribeca Performing Arts Center, New York City (Spring 2008), voice recording published at PennSound (May 2008), http://www.writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Oppen-Centennial-NYC.html

Invited reading, Closing Ceremony of Painter and Poet: The Art of Herman Maril / The Poetry of William Bronk exhibition (curated by Sheldon Hurst), Queensbury, New York / Adirondack Community College (Spring 2008)

Invited reading, Phoenix Reading Series, Bangal Curry, New York City (Spring 2008)

Invited reading, Word Thursdays Poetry Series, Bright Hill Press Poetry Center, Treadwell, New York (Summer 2008)

Invited reading, Smalls Jazz Club, New York City (Fall 2008)

Invited reading, Cornelia Street Cafi, New York City (Fall 2008)

2007    Invited reading of my poems, Phoenix Reading Series, Bengal Curry, New York (Fall 2007)

Invited reading of my poems, Barnes and Noble Bookstore, Clifton, New Jersey (Fall 2007)

Invited reading of my poems, Watchung Booksellers, Montclair , New Jersey (Fall 2007)


Benefit reading for Home Planet News, Village Bistro, New York City (Fall 2007)

Celebratory reading in honor of Tom Weatherlys 65th birthday, Pace University, New York City (Fall 2007)

Invited reading of my poems, Morningside Books, New York City (Summer 2007)

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The Spread of Literacy and the Paradigm of the Poet Laureate in Fourteenth-Century Literature, presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2007)

Chair, Panel on Medieval Literature, presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2007)

Judgement and the Scene of Reading:Literacy and Metaliterature in Petrarch, Machaut and Chaucer, presented at the Forty-Second International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI (Spring 2007)

Invited reading of my poems, Marsh Hawk Press Poets Evening, Barbecue Biscuit Cafi, Brooklyn, New York (Spring 2007)

Invited reading of my poems, Watchung Booksellers, Montclair, New Jersey (Spring 2007)

2006
  Invited reading of my poems, Word Thursdays Reading Series, Bright Hill Farm, Treadwell, New York (Summer 2006)

Featured reading of my poems, Pentametres Theatre, London, United Kingdom (Summer 2006)


Invited reading of my poems, The Empty Vessel, New York City (Spring 2006)

Invited reading of my poems, Morningside Bookstore, New York City (Spring 2006)

Featured reading of my poems, Symposia Bookstore, Hoboken, New Jersey (Spring 2006)


Writerliness and Individuality: Literacy and Self-Creation in Petrarch, Machaut, and Chaucer, presented at the International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Leeds, England (Summer 2006)

Organizer and Chair, Poetry As Theory, Theory As Poetry I and II, presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2006)

"The Written Word and the Ego: Creating the Written Self in Petrarch, Machaut, and Chaucer, presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey (Spring 2006)

"Conducting a Seminar Course in WebCT, Lunch and Learning Series, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey (Spring 2006)

Curator, New Jersey Poets Reading Series, Symposia Bookstore, Hoboken, New Jersey (Winter through Spring 2006)

Reading of my poems, Featured Presentation, Symposia Bookstore, Hoboken, New Jersey (Spring 2006)

2005  Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation, to be held at the Jewish Community Center of West Orange, New Jersey (Fall 2005) Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation, to be held at St. Johns University, New York City (Fall 2005)

The Estrangement of Twentieth-Century Science and Its Effects on Poetry, presented at the Challenges of Estrangement in a United Europe Confronting the World conference, sponsored by The International Movement for Interdisciplinary Study of Estrangement, The American University, Paris, France (Summer 2005)

Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation, Watchung Booksellers, Montclair, New Jersey (Spring 2005)

Reading of my poems, Teachers and Writers Collaborative, New York City (Spring 2005) 2005)

Literacy, Selfhood, and the Rise of Humanism in the Fourteenth Century, presented on a panel entitled "The Fourteenth Century: An Era of Humanism," Fortieth International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI  (Spring 2005)

Chair, Panel entitled Modern/Contemporary Poetry, presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association (Spring 2005)

2004   Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation, Flannerys Bar, New York City (Fall 2004)

Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation, Bowery Poetry Club, New York City (Fall 2004)

Chair,Panel entitled Medieval-Postmodern Intersections, presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association  (Spring 2004)

Chair,Panel entitled World Literature, presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English Association  (Spring 2004)

'Equal, That Is, to the Real Itself': Charles Olson, Quantum Mechanics, Epistemology, Painting, and Avant-Garde Poetics
after the Second World War," presented at the "Poetries of the 1940s, American and International" conference, sponsored by the National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine (Spring 2004)

2003  Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation, St. Johns University (Spring 2003)

 Chair, Panel entitled Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century American Autobiography, presented at the Annual
 Conference of the New Jersey College English Association (Spring 2003)

 Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation, Watchung Booksellers, Montclair, New Jersey (Spring 2003)

 2002  A Bird That Comes Down Too Easily: Quantum Mechanics and Avant-Garde Poetics
 after the Second World War, a paper that is part of a panel titled When Physicists Go to Literature for Time,
 sponsored by the Society for Literature and Science, presented at the Modern Language Association Convention
(Winter 2002)

 Invited reading of my poems, City University of New York Graduate Center (Fall 2002)

 Participant, "Composition II," Fall Roundtable of the New Jersey College English Association (Fall 2002)

 Chair, Panel entitled Poetry and Fiction, presented at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey College English
 Association  (Spring 2002)

 Reading of my poems, Marsh Hawk Press authors at the Cornelia Street Cafe, New York City (Spring 2002)

  Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation, Art Attack with Tom Kelly, WKCR FM, New York City (Spring 2002)

 Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation at The Ceres Gallery, New York City (Spring 2002)

 2001 Panelist, "Literary Translation: Why is America Tongue-Tied?" (Sponsored by Poets and Writers, Inc.), Housing Works Book Cafi, New York City (Spring 2001)

Reading of my poems and lecture, Columbia High School, Maplewood, New Jersey (Spring 2001)

Quantum Syntax: John Taggart's Discrete Serialism, To Gather Us In: A Symposium on Poetry and Poetics in Honor of John Taggart, Shippensburg University (Spring 2001)

Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation at Cup and Chaucer Bookstore, Montclair, New Jersey (Spring 2001)

Panelist, Gender Socialization and New Media Collaboration, New Media, New Links:
Strategies for Interdisciplinary Collaboration, New Jersey Institute of Technology (Winter 2001)

2000 Chair, Panel entitled Contemporary Spanish, presented at The Biennial Conference for Contemporary Literary Translation: Tyrannies of the Target Language (Fall 2000)

Chair, Panel entitled Translation Theory and Practice, presented at The Biennial Conference for Contemporary Literary Translation: Tyrannies of the Target Language (Fall 2000)

Digital Media Integration into a Course on Technological and Cultural Change, presented at the Second Annual Best Practices Showcase, New Jersey Higher Education Network (Fall 2000)

Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation on KGB Bar Reading Series, New York City (Fall 2000)

Participant, Fall Chat Room, New Jersey College English Association, Union County College (Fall 2000)

Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation at Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan New Jersey (Fall 2000)

"From Black Mountain College to St. Marks Church: The Cityscape Poetics of Blackburn, Di Prima, and Oppenheimer," The Opening of the Field: A Conference on North American Poetry in the 1960s, National Poetry Foundation (Spring 2000)

"Morning at the Pond," a poem and painting collaboration with Fred Caruso, Metropolitan Museum of Art Exhibit (Spring 2000)

Reading of my poems, Invited Presentation at The Cup and Chaucer Bookstore, Montclair, New Jersey (Spring 2000)

The Trope of Reading in the Fourteenth Century, presented at the Thirty-Fifth International Congress on Medieval Studies (Spring 2000)

Chair, Panel entitled Tracking Owners and Readers: Provenance and Related Perplexities, presented at the Thirty-Fifth International Congress on Medieval Studies (Spring 2000)

Reading of my poems, Invited presentation at A New Language: Russian and American Poetry Today, a conference held at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey (Spring 2000)

Dramatic reading of my poems by the What Exit? Theatre Company of Arts Maplewood (invited submission), Burgdorff Cultural Center, Maplewood, New Jersey (Spring 2000)

The Internet, Selfhood, and the (Re)textualizing of Experience, Meeting on Literacy and Identity, 23rd Annual Spring Conference of The New Jersey College English Association (Spring 2000)

1999  Art As a Way: Toward a Philosophy of Aesthetics in The Correspondence between Robert Meyer and William Bronk, William Bronk Symposium, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey (Fall 1999)

Teaching Writing and Research on the Internet, NJIT/CSLA Career Day, Newark, NJ (Fall 1999)

Text and Selfhood in Medieval and Postmodern Worlds, Conference entitled Intersections: Medieval and Postmodern Forms, Theory, and Semiotics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario (Spring 1999)

Roundtable Participant, Developing Grant Projects in Environmental Studies/Sciences, Lehman College, CUNY (Invited Presentation, Spring 1999)

Readings in Celebration of Armand Schwerner (readings from his works), Teachers & Writers Collaborative, New York City (Winter 1999)

1998  "George Oppen and the Black Mountain School: The Uncertainty of Ellipsis, Modern Language Association Annual Convention, San Francisco (1998)

Chair and Introduction, Roundtable entitled Armand Schwerner: The Poet as TranslatorThe Translator as Poet, Translation: Priorities, Theory, Practice, Stevens Institute of Technology (1998)

1997  Roundtable Participant, Many Cultures, One Environment: A Conference on Environmental Education, Queens College, CUNY

"Workshop on Communication Skills" (with Michael Kerley), First Regional Conference on Innovations in Teaching and Learning, New Jersey Institute of Technology (1997)

"The Problematics of Presence: William Bronk's Anti-Epistemology," Nineteenth Conference of the International Movement for the Interdisciplinary Study of Estrangement, Oxford, UK (Summer 1997) (Invited Presentation)

Reading of my poems, Invited presentation at The Three Cups, London, UK (Summer 1997)

Chair of Panel entitled "Lesser-Known Collections in Public Institutions: A Round Table Discussion," sponsored by the Early Book Society, presented at the Thirty-Second International Congress on Medieval Studies (Spring 1997)

Organizer and Moderator of Panel entitled "Round Table on Diversity in Avant-Garde Publishing," presented at the Conference on Poetry and the Public Sphere, Rutgers University (Spring 1997)

"Wrot or Tolde": Chaucer's Writerly Revision of the Prologue to the Legend of Good Women," presented at the Society for Textual Scholarship Bi-Annual Conference (Spring 1997)

"'Thanne mote we to bokes': Moving toward Writing in the Prologue to the Legend of Good Women," presented at "The Medieval World in Motion," annual Conference of the Medieval Club of New York (Spring 1997)

1996  "Self-Portrait," a collaboration of poetry and painting, installed in an exhibit, Keep Breathing / Keep Shouting, Artists and Writers Collaborating, at the 450 Gallery, New York City (Fall 1996, Karen Marston, Curator), Collaborator with Fred Caruso

"The World(lessness) of William Bronk and George Oppen," presented at "American Poetry of the 1950s" presented at the Conference of the National Poetry Foundation (Spring 1996)

"The Making of Belief: Faith and Writing in Langland and Chaucer," presented at the Thirty-First International Congress on Medieval Studies (Spring 1996)

Reading of my poems, Invited presentation at Word Thursdays and Speaking the Words Reading Series (Summer 1996)

1995  "Worldlessness, Virtual Reality, and the Limits of Technology," Presented at the National Association of Science, Technology and Society Annual Conference (Spring 1995)

 "Buffoonery, Eloquence and Authorship: The Defense of Silence in the Prologue to the Legend of Good Women," Presented at the Thirtieth International Congress on Medieval Studies (Spring 1995)

"Recollections of Robert O. Payne," Invited presentation at "A Colloquium on Robert O. Payne," City University of New York (Spring 1995)

Reading of my poems and lecture on poetry, Invited presentation at St. John's University (Spring 1995)

Organizer of poetry reading by contributors to Poetry New York, held at The Knitting Factory, New York City (Spring 1995)

1994  "Pollution Prevention Curricula at Technological Universities," Presented at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the National Association of Science, Technology and Society, Technological Literacy Conference (Spring 1994); Co-Authored and Co-Presented with Nancy Coppola and Eric Katz

Reading of my poems, Invited presentation at "The New Freedoms: Contemporary Russian and American Poetry," Stevens Institute of Technology (Spring 1994)

Reading of my poems, Invited presentation at Biblio's Cafe and Bookstore, New York City (Spring 1994)

Organizer of poetry reading by contributors to Poetry New York, held at The Cedar Tavern, New York City (Spring 1994)

1993  "An Integrated Environmental Initiative: Common Ground for the Humanities, Social Sciences and Engineering," Presented at the First Annual Gateway Engineering Education Initiative Conference (Winter 1993)

"The Language of the Text: Authorship and Textuality in Piers Plowman," presented at the Twenty-Eighth International Congress on Medieval Studies (Spring 1993)

"The Subjectivity of Objectivism and the Search for Truth Values: The Case of Lorine Niedecker," presented at the National Poetry Foundation Conference on American Poetry of the 1930s (Spring 1993)

1992  "Thomist Epistemology in Purgatorio XVII and Paradiso XXX," presented at the Twenty-Seventh International Congress on Medieval Studies (Spring 1992)

Organizer and Chair of Panel on "Poststructuralism and Medieval Thought," a session of the Twenty-Seventh International Congress on Medieval Studies (Spring 1992)

"Ezra Pound and the Contemporary American Avant-Garde," presented at the New Jersey Institute of Technology Humanities Symposium (Winter 1992)

1990  "A Graceful Vision: The Thomist Epistemological Paradigm in The Divine Comedy," presented at the City University of New York Medieval Study (Winter 1990)

1989  Organizer and Chair, sessions on "Dante" held at the Twenty-Fourth International Congress on Medieval Studies (Spring 1989)

"Ezra Pound's Medievalism," presented at the City University of New York Medieval Study (Winter 1989)

1988  "Reinventing the Miraculous: Christian Ideal in the Allegoroesis of the Anglo-Saxon `Phoenix', the Roman de la rose, and Shakespeare's `Phoenix and the Turtle'," presented at the Twenty-Third International Congress on Medieval Studies (Spring 1988)

1987  "Lyric Voice as Icon of Limitation: Earlier European Courtly Antecedents of the Chaucerian Persona," presented at the Mid-Hudson Modern Language Association Conference (Winter 1987)

Organizer and Chair of session on "Literature and History" held at the Mid-Hudson Modern Language Association Conference (Winter 1987)

"Notes toward a Subservient Fiction: Objectivity and Modern Poetry's Search for Truth Values," presented at the New York Graduate Students' Philosophy Conference (Spring 1987)

1986  "The Heart of the Journeyman: Edmund Gosse and the Problem of Truth in Father and Son," presented at the Mid-Hudson Modern Language Association Conference (Winter 1986)

"Centrality in a Discrete Universe: William Bronk's Poetry and Philosophy in Relation to Wallace Stevens," presented at the Jubilation of Poets Contemporary Poetry Conference, Cleveland State University, (Winter 1986)

"Meter or Madness?: The Meaning of Meaning in the Poetics of Louis Zukofsky," presented at the City University of New York English Forum (Spring 1986)

"Reading a World Text: Fact and Figure, Realism and Surrealism, Allegory and Dream in Chaucer's Prologue to the Legend of Good Women," presented at the City University of New York Medieval Study (Spring 1986)

Organizer and Chair of session on "Old and Middle English" held at the Mid-Hudson Modern Language Association Conference (Winter 1986)

1985"The Fyrst Age: A Childgered Arthur as Paradigm for Gawain in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight," presented at the Mid-Hudson Modern Language Association Conference (Winter 1985)
 

Proposals and Grants

1.     Federal, State, University etc.

Investigator, Open and Affordable Textbook Initiative, New Jersey Institute of Technology, awarded Fall 2017 ($1,000)

Principal Investigator, Fulbright Fellowship, Ghent, Belgium, Spring 2014, awarded 2013 ($21,500)

Principal Investigator, NJ I-Tower IT Education Grant, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 2001 ($4,000)

Principal Investigator, Provost's Challenge Grant for Using Technology in Teaching and Learning, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1999 ($4,500)

Principal Investigator, Grants to Publish Poetry New York: A Journal of Poetry and Translation, New York State Council on the Arts, 1992 - 94, 1994 - 96 ($4,000)

Co-Principal Investigator, Gateway Coalition, Humanities and Social Science Joint Curriculum, National Science Foundation, 1993-94 ($43,000; $25,800 - NSF, $17,500 - NJIT match)

Investigator, From Virtual Classroom) to Virtual University: Institutionalizing of Asynchronous Learning Networks at New Jersey Institute of Technology (Grant #998246), The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, 1997-2000 ($450,000)
         Created lectures for Distance Learning courses in World Literature:
    * Modernist American Poetry
    * American Poetry since World War Two
    * Roundtable Discussion of American Poetry (with Nancy Steffen-Fluhr and Norbert Elliot)
    * Twentieth Century Poetry of the British Isles
    * "Patriotism" by Yukio Mishima
    * "The Homecoming" by Ngugi Wa Th'iongo

Investigator, Science, Technology and Society Curriculum Modification, Integrated Pollution Prevention Initiative, Environmental Protection Agency, September 1992 through September 1994 ($144,000) (see "Comprehensive Manufacturing Education Proposals," below)

Editor/Writer, Comprehensive Manufacturing Education Proposals to Assist the State of New Jersey Speed the Transition from Defense to Civilian Related Industries, Gary Thomas, Principal Contact Person, a Narrative to Introduce Five Proposals to the Technology Reinvestment Project, United States Advanced Research Projects Agency, 1993 (two of which were awarded):
    * New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Partnership
    * Engineering Education in Manufacturing across the Curriculum
    * Practice-Oriented Master's Degree Program
    * Supplement to NSF I/UCRC Integrated Pollution Prevention Initiative in Engineering Education
    * Manufacturing Experts in the Classroom

Editor, Design and Development of Computer-Based Clean Manufacturing: A Decision Tool for Industrial and Academic Use, Technology Reinvestment Project, sponsored by the United States Departments of Defense, Commerce, and Energy, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the National Science Foundation, 1994-95 (see "Comprehensive Manufacturing Education Proposals," below, "Comprehensive Manufacturing Education Proposals")

Consultant, Exploring Poetry Through Interactive Computer Programs, Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education, 1994-95

Editor/Writer, Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation, National Science Foundation, ($50,000 awarded for refinement of goals), 1993

Consultant, "Developing Environmental Studies Programs for the 21st Century," City University of New York Research Foundation, 1998-2000

Co-Principal Investigator, Digital Newark: Telecommunications and the City's Future, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1999 (Presented to Provosts and Deans from New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rutgers-Newark, and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, as well as the Executive Staff of New Jersey Network, resulting in the formation of "Network Newark," a consortium to include other cultural and scientific institutions in the greater Newark area); this effort is ongoing (see the Network Newark website: http://www.networknewark.org/)

Submitted Grants (unfunded)

 

Principal Investigator, Support of Poetry Writing Project, New Jersey Council on the Arts, 2006 ($6,000)

Principal Investigator, Grant to write poetry, National Endowment for the Arts, 2006 ($20,000)

Principal Investigator, The Language and Epistemology of Mid-Century Avant-Garde Poetry and Physics in America, a critical book, American Council of Learned Societies, 2005 ($40,000)

Principal Investigator, Poetry, Physics, and Knowledge: The Mid Twentieth-Century American Avant-Garde, a critical book, National Endowment for the Humanities, 2005 ($40,000)

Principal Investigator, Support of Poetry Writing Project, Simon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 2005 ($40,000)

Principal Investigator, Support of Poetry Writing Project, New Jersey Council on the Arts, 2000 ($6,000)

Principal Investigator, Objectivist Poetry and the Avant-Garde, a critical book, American Council of Learned Societies, 1999 ($35,000)

Principal Investigator, Objectivist Poetry and the Avant-Garde, a critical book, National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend, 1999 ($4,000)

Principal Investigator, Objectivist Poetry and the Avant-Garde, Simon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 1999 ($30,000)

Principal Investigator, Objectivist Poetry and the Avant-Garde, a critical book, American Council of Learned Societies, 1998 ($35,000) <> 

Principal Investigator, Objectivist Poetry and the Avant-Garde, a critical book, National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend, 1997 ($4,000)

Principal Investigator, Objectivist Poetry and the Avant-Garde, Simon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 1996 ($30,000)

Principal Investigator, Proposal to Support for Curricular Development and Assessment, Pew Charitable Trusts ($100,000, 1998)

Principal Investigator, Objectivist Poetry and the Avant-Garde, a critical book, American Council of Learned Societies, 1997 ($20,000)

Principal Investigator, Objectivist Poetry and the Avant-Garde, a critical book, National endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend, 1997 ($4,000)

Principal Investigator, William Bronk, Winter Poet, Simon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 1996 ($30,000)

Principal Investigator, William Bronk, Winter Poet, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1995 ($20,000)

Principal Investigator, Grant to write poetry, Simon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 1995 ($30,000)

Principal Investigator, Grant to write poetry, National Endowment for the Arts, 1995 ($20,000)

Writer and Investigator, Creation of a Community Outreach Partnership Center Program, a Partnership between the City of Newark and New Jersey Institute of Technology, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, ($750,000)

Editor, Retraining the Manufacturing Work Force, Advanced Research Projects Agency Technology Resource Project, ($1,500,000), 1993 (see "Comprehensive Manufacturing Education Proposals," above)

Editor, APractice Oriented Master's Degree Program, Advanced Research Projects Agency Technology Resource Project ($600,000), 1993 (see "Comprehensive Manufacturing Education Proposals," above)

Editor, Manufacturing Experts in the Classroom, Advanced Research Projects Agency Technology Resource Project ($800,000), 1993 (see "Comprehensive Manufacturing Education Proposals," above)

 

Other Grant Activity

Co-Principal Investigator, Digital Newark: Telecommunications and the City's Future, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1999 (Presented to Provosts and Deans from New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rutgers-Newark, and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, as well as the Executive Staff of New Jersey Network, resulting in the formation of "Network Newark," a consortium to include other cultural and scientific institutions in the greater Newark area) 


Service Activities

Institute Service

Member, Faculty Research Advisory Board, 2014 to Present

Member, Committee on Undergraduate Education, 2014 to 2019

Faculty Senate subcommittee on Department By-Laws 2016 to present

CSLA committee on Seed Grants, 2017 to 2018

Faculty Senate subcommittee CFRR (committee for rights and responsibilities of non-TT instructors).

Member, Subcommittee on General University Requirements, 2015 to 2017

Member, Strategic Planning Steering Committee, 2014 - present

Member, Faculty Senate Subcommittee CFRR (committee for rights and responsibilities of non-tenture-track full-time instructors)

Member, Faculty Senate Subcommittee on Department By-laws, 2016-18

Member, Subcommittee on General University Requirements, 2015 to 2017

Member, Strategic Planning Steering Committee, 2014 - present

Member, CSLA Committee on Seed Grants, 2017 to present

Member, Committee on Undergraduate Education, 2014 to present

Member, Subcomittee on General University Requirements, of the Committee on Undergraduate Education, 2015 to present

Member, Faculty Research Advisory Board, 2014 to present

Member, Sabbatical Committee, 2011 to 2014

Member, Faculty Council, 2011 to 2014

Member, Shared Governance Steering Committee, 2011 to 2014

Member, Library Committee, 2010 to 2013


Member, Professional Staff Association Governing Board, 1996 to Present

Member, University Committee on Sabbaticals, 2010 to present

Member, Working Group II, Middle States Evaluation Self-Study Team, 2010

Member, CSLA Research Award Committee, 2010

Member, Committee on Academic Affairs, 2007 to 2010

Member, Committee on Teaching, Learning, and Technology, 2002 to Present

Member, CSLA Committee on Recruitment, 2005 to 2009

Member, University Strategic Planning Committee, 2009-2010

Consultant, "Center for Poetry," a semester-long project for Graduate Options Studio (Arch 507G), New Jersey School of Architecture, Fall 2008

Member, CSLA Committee on Travel, 2002 to 2005

Member, Committee on Academic Standing, 1999 to 2004

Curator, Cyber/Space/Image/Text New Media Series, consisting of four live presentations recorded ultimately for an Internet publication, by Stephanie Strickland, Tina La Porta, Diane Greco, and Christopher Funkhouser

Co-Author and Co-Organizer (with Norbert Elliot of NJIT and John Boyer of Rutgers University), Network Newark Initiative, a Coalition of Newark Universities and New Jersey Network, as well as other institutions such as the Newark Museum, Newark Public Library, and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, for the purpose of establishing common enterprises linked by a communications system, 1998 to Present

Introduction to Josi Saramago: The Novelist and the Nobelist, Lecture by Carlos Veloso sponsored by Os Lusmadas, NJIT Portugese Student Association

Member, CSLA Committee on Retention, 1998

Member, CSLA Committee on Careers Day, 1998

Organizer and Introduction, "Crossing Borders: Art and Ecology" by Jackie Brookner, 1998 Goldberg Lecture
Host, NJIT Winter Open House, 1998

Host, NJIT Deans' Day, 1998

Consultant, Preservation Week at Arts and Business High School, New York City, sponsored by The Center for Architecture and Building Science Research, New Jersey Institute of Technology (1998)

Committee for Department and Program Assessment, 1995-97

Organizer and Introduction, "Lecture on the Limits of Technology" by Andrew Kimbrell, 1996 Goldberg Lecture

Co-Editor, Electronic Network Solutions for Rising Healthcare Costs, An Abridged Version of the 1994 New Jersey Institute of Technology and Thomas Edison State College Healthcare Information Networks Technologies Report, 1996; Co-Edited with Paul Elwood, Paul Hassen, and Patrick R. Brannigan, Principal Editor

Presenter at ABET Site Visit, November 1995

Faculty Adviser, NJIT Student Poetry Group, 1995

Presenter at NSF Site Visit, July 1994

Organizer and Introduction, "Lecture on Ecology" by Ed Sanders, 1995 Goldberg Lecture
Host, NJIT Fall Open House, 1995

Department Service

Associate Chair, Department of Humanities, 2014 to present

Chair, Teaching Award Committee, 2016

Chair, GUR Committee 2014 to Present

Member, Search Committee for Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition, 2014-2015

Member, Search Committee for Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Science, Technology and Society, 2014-2015

Chair, Committee on Undergraduate Education, 2015 - present

Co-Chair, Committee on Assessment, 2014-2015

Chair, Chair-Search Committee, 2010

Chair, Department of Humanities, 2008 to present

Chair (Acting), Department of Humanities, 2007

Member, Humanities Department Promotions and Tenure Committee, 2006 to Present

Director of the BA/BS Degree Program in Communication, 2005 to 2007

Coordinator, Cultural History Courses, and Chair of Cultural History Committee 2002 to 2007

Director of the BA/BS Degree Program in Professional and Technical Communication, 1997 to 2005

Member, Committee to Develop Communication, Arts, and Technology (CAT) Program, 2002 to present

Member, Academic Excellence and Teaching Awards Committee, 2003

Member, Faculty Search Committee, 2002 to 2003

Coordinator, Technical Writing (Eng 352), 1997 to 2002

Chair, BA/BS Self-Study Committee, 2002

Member, Teaching Evaluation Committee, 2002

Member, Visiting Professor Search Committee, 2002

Curator, Faculty Symposium Series, 2001 to 2002

Member, Long Range Planning Committee, 2001 to Present

Coordinator of the Minor in Professional Communications, 1997 to 1999

Coordinator of the Minor in Literature, 1998-1999

Operations Committee Member, 1999 to 2000

PTC Search Committee Member, 1999

Programs Committee Member, 1998 to 2000

Created and delivered six taped lectures on world literature (see "Grants" section, above), 1997

Organized and led effort to plan, propose and institute the BA/BS Degree Program in Professional and Technical Communication; Principal Author of various program proposals and ultimate Program Announcement, 1995 - 1997

Chair, Committee to Initiate New Departmental Bachelor's Degrees, 1995 - Present

Planning Committee to Develop an MS Program in Professional and Technical Communication, 1992 - 1994

Professional Staff Association, Department Representative, 1994 - 1995, 1997 to Present

Helped plan and piloted new freshman rhetoric course, HSS 101, in conjunction with course offered by the School of Engineering, FED 101

Humanities/SSPS Committee on Curriculum Revision, 1992 - 1995

Electives Committee, 1990 - 1991; Chair, 1991 - 1993

Peer Reviewing

Referee for article, George Oppens Substantives: The Noun as Heideggerian Formal indicator and Grundwort Affirmations: of the modern, 2017.

Referee for article, "Charles Olson Changes Objects," Textual Practice, 2017.

MELUS (Journal of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States), 2015

Referee for book manuscript, Survivals Thin Radiance: George Oppen and the Crisis of Being by Eric Hoffman, for Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2010

Referee for a grant applicaton to The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation by Kevin Pilkington, category of creative writing, 2009

Referee for a grant applicaton to The Marsden Fund, The Royal Society of New Zealand (application title and applicant name protected by confidentiality agreement), 2009

Referee, The Theatre of Experiment: Satires of Science on the Eighteenth-Century London Stage by Al Coppola, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2008

Referee, Digital Warriors: Literacy, the Military, and Videogames by Corey Mead, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2008

Referee, Gather, a poetry collection by Lori Anderson-Moseman, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2008

Referee, The Rule of Play: Yorks Corpus Christi Plays and the Government of the City, by James Riddle, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2008

Referee, Collation and Codicological description of the London manuscripts of the expanded version of Walter Hiltons Scale of Perfection, Book II by Michael Sargent, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2008

Referee, Scapegoat City: Urbanism, Immigration, and Disembodiment in Shakespeares Merchant of Venice by Doris Barkin, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2008

Referee, Convert Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy: Jewish-Christian Relations in Medieval Iberia, 1391-1414 by Steven Kruger, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2007

Referee, Travel and Research Support for An Index of Images in English Manuscripts from the Time of Chaucer to Henry VIII, c. 1380-1509: The Scottish Libraries and Collections by Marlene Hennessy, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2007

Referee, As the Crow Flies: Roads in Medieval England by Valerie Allen, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2007

Referee, Shakespeare and the Inns of Court by Richard McCoy, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2007

Referee, Collation of Lambeth Palace MS 472 of Walter Hiltons Scale of Perfection, Book II by Michael Sargent, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2007

Referee, Critical Edition of the Legend of Saint Eugenia, Stage Two by Gordon E. Whatley, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2007

Consultant, Haley Pero, Poets with a Pulse, Boston: Pearson Education, 2007

Referee, The Ambivalence of the Human in the Late Middle Ages by Nicola Masciandaro, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2006

Referee, The Boundaries of the Self in Shakspearean Drama by Matthew Greenfield, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2006

Referee, The Rhetoric of Violent Passions: Reading and Feeling Violence in Early-Modern Literature by John Staines, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2006

Referee, Weird Science Deep Ecology, Ecotheology, and the Presence of Gary Snyder by Tom Lavazzi, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2006

Referee, Collation of Draft Typescript of Walter Hiltons Scale of Perfection II with BL MS Harley 6579 and Laqmbeth Palace MS 472 by Michael Sargent, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2006

Referee, Wantoning with the Thighs: Intercrural Sex in Early Modern English Culture by William Fisher, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2006

Referee, English Literature in Context: The Middle Ages by Valerie Allen, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2005

Referee, Androgyny and the Avoidance of War in Virginia Woolfs Three Guineas, by Sundeep Bisla, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2005

Referee, Inhibitors: Post-Protease AIDS Poetry by Elizabeth J. Clark, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2004

Referee, Edition of Shakespeares The Winters Tale by Mario DiGangi, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2004

Referee, Poetry Lessons: Longfellows Cultivation of a Readership by Matthew Gartner, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2004

Referee, Shakespeare in Performance: The Dynamics of Classroom Productions by Terezinha Fonseca, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2004

Referee, Visual Interviewing in Literacy Educational Research by Janis Massa, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2003

Referee, Scholarly Edition of Richard Baxters Breviate of the Life of Margaret Charlton Baxter (1681) by Carrie Hintz, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2003

Referee, Creative Writing and Literary Translation by Marilyn Hacker, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2003

Referee, Home Alone: The Place of Womens Relationships in Shakespeares As You Like It by William Fisher, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2003

Referee, The Fact of Feeling: A Natural History of Pragmatism by Joan Richardson, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2003

Referee, Radical Transcendentalism: Philosophy, Slavery, and the Civil War by David Reynolds, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2003

Referee, The Letters of Davy Carr: A True Story of Colored Vanity Fair by Adam McKible, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2003

Referee, Rehearsing the Restoration: The Matchless Orinda and the Irish Stage by Ann Huse, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 2003

Reviewer, Western Wind: An Introduction to Poetry by Nims and Mason, 4th Edition (New York: McGraw-Hill 2000), 2001

Referee, Freedoms Angry Herald: John Brown and the Civil War by David S. Reynolds, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 1998

Consultant, McGraw-Hill Publishing, College Division, prototype of Poetry to My Ear, a CD-ROM software package for teaching prosody, 1997

Referee, "Developing Environmental Studies Programs for the 21st Century," City University of New York Research Foundation, 1997

Referee, "A Reputation as an Explorer: Journeys to Chimborazo by Eugene McQuillan, PSC-CUNY Research Award, City University of New York, 1995

Professional Service (other)

Trustee, New Jersey College English Association, 2015 to 2018

President, New Jersey College English Association, 2008 to 2009

Chair and Judge, Graduate Student Essay Contest Committee, New Jersey College English Association, 2009

First Vice President, New Jersey College English Association, 2007 to 2008

Second Vice President, New Jersey College English Association, 2006 to 2007

Co-Judge, Graduate Student Essay Contest Committee, New Jersey College English Association, 2006

Trustee, New Jersey College English Association, 2001 to 2006

Board Member, William Bronk Foundation, 1999 to 2003

Chair, Graduate Student Essay Contest Committee, New Jersey College English Association, 2003

Professional Societies

The Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning, NCTE

Association of Literary Scholars and Critics
Early Book Society
Medieval Academy of America
Medieval Club of New York
Modern Language Association of America
New Jersey College English Association
PEN
Society for Technical Communication

Honors, Awards, Listings

The Steven J. Rosen Award for Mentoring (bestowed by the New Jersey College English Association), 2022
The NJIT College of Science and Liberal Arts Distinguished Research Award, 2015

Nominee, Faculty Teaching Award (Tenure-Track Lower Division Category), 2006
NJIT Student Senate Faculty Award, 2004
NJIT Sabbatical Research Award, 1999
Fellowship in Residence, Cummington Community of the Arts, Cummington, Massachusetts, August 1988
Prize Winner, American Poetry Association National Poetry Contest, 1987
Finalist, Rainer Maria Rilke National Poetry Competition, 1984
Mary Fay Poetry Award, 1982
Director, City University of New York Graduate Center Poetry Workshop, 1984 - 1990)
Teaching Fellowship, City University of New York, 1984 - 1987
University Fellowship, City University of New York, 1983
Diploma of Merit, Universita' delle Arti, 1982
Listed in:
 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 20th Century
 2000 Outstanding Scholars of the 20th Century
 Contemporary Authors
 Contemporary Authors, New Revision
 Dictionary of International Biography

 Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers
 Directory of American Scholars
 Encyclopedia of Ethnic-American Literature (500 word essay on my poetry)
 History of International Art - from Its Origins until Today  
 International Authors and Writers Who's Who

 International Who's Who in Poetry and Poets' Encyclopaedia
 
The Literary Encyclopedia (1300 word essay on my poetry)
 Outstanding People of the 20th Century

 Sterling Who's Who Directory, Executive Edition
 Wapedia
 Who's Who in America
 Who's Who in American Education
 Who's Who in the East
 Who's Who in Humanities Higher Education
 Who's Who in the World
 Who's Who in U. S. Writers, Editors and Poets