Wednesday, May 18, 2005
Back from LEAF
The literary mood was so different from the Art and Soul Festival at Baylor University in April where I read a chapter from Dancing with Derrida, the working title of my novel. Kaye Gibbons and Leif Enger were delightful speakers. A truly inspiring festival with warm, funny, and intelligent speakers and helpful workshops. I didn't understand the selection of Christopher Ricks as a keynote speaker, though. He talked about Bob Dylan and his conversion (I could never see the appeal of Dylan's music), beautifully explicated the lyrics after they were played over the speakers in the auditorium but then at the end revealed he is an agnostic. I guess he appreciates Christianity aesthetically and intellectually--one of those.
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Anyway, I enjoyed your comment about the poetry slam (egad!). I think Dana Gioia's suggestion that they read some poetry by others - even the dead, white ones.
I used to belong to a formal poetry group that required an "admission fee" of reading someone else's poem before reading yours. That was a great way to screen out the nonsense from the non-poets. FYI - A. E. Stallings (Alicia to the gang) was the leader for a while. Turner Cassity was also in that bunch.
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