This site is devoted to the poetry and criticism of Norman Finkelstein, including information and links to publications, reviews, readings, miscellaneous events and random jottings.
At the Forevertron, July 11, 2010
Two new poems at Marsh Hawk Review.
A new essay on Nathaniel Mackey at Talisman.
Four new poems at Molly Bloom.
The video of the book launch at the Strand for Harvey Shapiro's A Momentary Glory: Last Poems, edited by NF.
An interview about my work past, present, and future with Jon Curley at The Conversant.
Peter O'Leary's review of Track is now online at The Volta.
My review of Michael Heller's This Constellation Is a Name: Collected Poems 1963-2010 appears in Notre Dame Review 35 (Winter/Spring 2013).
Romana Huk reviews On Mount Vision in Religion and Literature 44.1 (Spring 2012).
Robert Archambeau's review of Inside the Ghost Factory and Peter O'Leary's Luminous Epinoia appears in Chicago Review 57: 1/2 and can be accessed here.
I'm delighted to report that Jerry Rothenberg has posted four poems from Inside the Ghost Factory and my little piece on the Forevertron on his Poems & Poetics blog, which can be viewed here.
Jake Berry's essay on the state of poetry today--the avant-garde, the academy, and so on--with responses by a wide variety of poets and critics including Marjorie Perloff, Henry Weinfield, Michael Basinski, and yours truly. Now up at the Argotist Online, http://www.argotistonline.co.uk/Norman%20Finkelstein%20Response.htm
An interview with Kim McMillon, focusing on Inside the Ghost Factory, now up at Arts in the Valley.
"Ground Zero Baudelaire: Into It and the Poetics of Shock" is now up on the Jacket 2 special feature on Lawrence Joseph.
My essay "Total Midrash" is now out in Religion and Literature 43.2 (Summer 2011), in a forum on contemporary midrash edited by Alicia Ostriker.
Here is a link to the Cultural Society's tenth anniversary celebration on October 8, 2011, including photos and videos of the readings.
It is with great sadness that I note the passing of my friend, the poet Paul Bray, on or about November 18, 2011. Here is the Dos Madres Press page, including a link to Paul's collected poems, Terrible Woods. My review of the book can be found at http://www.scribd.com/doc/37689427/Terrible-Woods-by-Paul-Bray.
My review of The Monkey & the Wrench: Essays Into Contemporary Poetics, appears in the new issue of Contemporary Literature (52.3, Fall 2011).