Kenneth Goldsmith in Conversation (2014)

8 July 2014, dusan

“What is uncreative writing? What can writing learn from visual art? How does one write through art and culture? What is language and how should one speak (of) it in this digital age? How have the current technological developments shaped the contemporary scene and sense of poetics, aesthetics, and poetry pedagogy? What is conceptual writing and its relation to the international avant-garde movement? And after all, what is poetry? These are some of the questions addressed by Kenneth Goldsmith in the interview with Francisco Roman Guevara. This discussion – candid and provocative – is a helpful introduction to the ideas of a most significant “writerly” voice in the contemporary space of literary and cultural studies.”

With Francisco Roman Guevara
Publisher De La Salle University Publishing House, Manila, 2014
Critics in Conversation series
ISBN 9789715555968
50 pages



One Response to “Kenneth Goldsmith in Conversation (2014)”

  1. Z on July 15, 2014 6:37 am

    The emperor has no clothes.

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