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How Long Is the Present: RIP, David Antin (1932–2016)

Harriet staff is reeling from news that David Antin has passed away. A poet, art writer, performance artist, beloved teacher, and critic known for his masterful “talk poems,” Antin was the author of—among other books—Talking (1972), Talking at the Boundaries (1976), Tuning (1984), What it Means to be Avant-Garde (1993), and a book of essays, […]
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