RADIO // Close ListeningErín Moure Conversation
Hosted by Charles Bernstein
Originally aired 3/12/10
Poet, translator and essayist Erín Moure speaks with Charles Bernstein about her new book O Resplandor, translation and her use of heteronyms, as well as reading and writing in and out of identity. Erin Mouré, originally from Calgary, wrote her first collections of poetry in Vancouver, among them, Empire, York Street, Wanted Alive and Domestic Fuel. Since 1985, she has lived in Montreal, where she published Furious, WSWM, Sheepish Beauty, Civilian Love, Search Procedures, A Frame of the Book, Pillage Laud and a great many other poetry and essay collections and translations (25 minutes).
More from Close Listening
See all episodes »