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Shakespeare in the Mountains
Eat, Walk, Read
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January 17, 2017 05:12 AM PST
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This is the final instalment of the complete reading of the Maximus poems.

January 17, 2017 05:10 AM PST

Charles Olson
Weekend 14-15 January 2017
These two days are dedicated to Charles Olson’s Maximus. Shakespeare in the Mountains is all about the power of reading aloud and this weekend I gave my time to reading the Maximus poems aloud in their entirety. I have posted the readings as podcasts on Podomatic.
Charles Olson started the Maximus poems when he was still at Black Mountain College. My interest in this community of misfits in the mountains of North Carolina comes from fellow-feeling: I lived and worked at Summerhill School in England; as Martin Duberman says in his book on the college, A.S. Neill of Summerhill is an unacknowledged progenitor of the educational experiment. As a bubbling pot of ideas and creativity Black Mountain College has no parallel and Olson’s method of teaching was at the heart of this.

January 17, 2017 04:52 AM PST

Charles Olson
Weekend 14-15 January 2017
These two days are dedicated to Charles Olson’s Maximus. Shakespeare in the Mountains is all about the power of reading aloud and this weekend I gave my time to reading the Maximus poems aloud in their entirety. I have posted the readings as podcasts on Podomatic.
Charles Olson started the Maximus poems when he was still at Black Mountain College. My interest in this community of misfits in the mountains of North Carolina comes from fellow-feeling: I lived and worked at Summerhill School in England; as Martin Duberman says in his book on the college, A.S. Neill of Summerhill is an unacknowledged progenitor of the educational experiment. As a bubbling pot of ideas and creativity Black Mountain College has no parallel and Olson’s method of teaching was at the heart of this.

January 17, 2017 04:43 AM PST

Charles Olson
Weekend 14-15 January 2017
These two days are dedicated to Charles Olson’s Maximus. Shakespeare in the Mountains is all about the power of reading aloud and this weekend I gave my time to reading the Maximus poems aloud in their entirety. I have posted the readings as podcasts on Podomatic.
Charles Olson started the Maximus poems when he was still at Black Mountain College. My interest in this community of misfits in the mountains of North Carolina comes from fellow-feeling: I lived and worked at Summerhill School in England; as Martin Duberman says in his book on the college, A.S. Neill of Summerhill is an unacknowledged progenitor of the educational experiment. As a bubbling pot of ideas and creativity Black Mountain College has no parallel and Olson’s method of teaching was at the heart of this.

January 17, 2017 04:27 AM PST

Charles Olson
Weekend 14-15 January 2017
These two days are dedicated to Charles Olson’s Maximus. Shakespeare in the Mountains is all about the power of reading aloud and this weekend I gave my time to reading the Maximus poems aloud in their entirety. I have posted the readings as podcasts on Podomatic.
Charles Olson started the Maximus poems when he was still at Black Mountain College. My interest in this community of misfits in the mountains of North Carolina comes from fellow-feeling: I lived and worked at Summerhill School in England; as Martin Duberman says in his book on the college, A.S. Neill of Summerhill is an unacknowledged progenitor of the educational experiment. As a bubbling pot of ideas and creativity Black Mountain College has no parallel and Olson’s method of teaching was at the heart of this.

January 17, 2017 04:16 AM PST

Charles Olson
Weekend 14-15 January 2017
These two days are dedicated to Charles Olson’s Maximus. Shakespeare in the Mountains is all about the power of reading aloud and this weekend I gave my time to reading the Maximus poems aloud in their entirety. I have posted the readings as podcasts on Podomatic.
Charles Olson started the Maximus poems when he was still at Black Mountain College. My interest in this community of misfits in the mountains of North Carolina comes from fellow-feeling: I lived and worked at Summerhill School in England; as Martin Duberman says in his book on the college, A.S. Neill of Summerhill is an unacknowledged progenitor of the educational experiment. As a bubbling pot of ideas and creativity Black Mountain College has no parallel and Olson’s method of teaching was at the heart of this.

January 17, 2017 04:08 AM PST
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Charles Olson
Weekend 14-15 January 2017
These two days are dedicated to Charles Olson’s Maximus. Shakespeare in the Mountains is all about the power of reading aloud and this weekend I gave my time to reading the Maximus poems aloud in their entirety. I have posted the readings as podcasts on Podomatic.
Charles Olson started the Maximus poems when he was still at Black Mountain College. My interest in this community of misfits in the mountains of North Carolina comes from fellow-feeling: I lived and worked at Summerhill School in England; as Martin Duberman says in his book on the college, A.S. Neill of Summerhill is an unacknowledged progenitor of the educational experiment. As a bubbling pot of ideas and creativity Black Mountain College has no parallel and Olson’s method of teaching was at the heart of this.

January 16, 2017 03:44 PM PST

I had read these poems before to myself and was not aware of the influence that reading them out loud would have on the sound of the verse. This is the great reason for reading out loud. Poetry is performative- even when it is intellectual, even when you can sense Olson writing the poems on a bench by the water or huddled over the typewriter in his cold kitchen. Even when the poems are examples of concrete verse, I feel they cry out for performance.
Would you give over two days to reading Maximus? Does the idea get your juices going? If so, we should talk. I live in Asturias in the mountains of northern Spain. This is the place for reading and I welcome people here who have a similar passion for reading.

January 16, 2017 03:34 PM PST

I had read these poems before to myself and was not aware of the influence that reading them out loud would have on the sound of the verse. This is the great reason for reading out loud. Poetry is performative- even when it is intellectual, even when you can sense Olson writing the poems on a bench by the water or huddled over the typewriter in his cold kitchen. Even when the poems are examples of concrete verse, I feel they cry out for performance.
Would you give over two days to reading Maximus? Does the idea get your juices going? If so, we should talk. I live in Asturias in the mountains of northern Spain. This is the place for reading and I welcome people here who have a similar passion for reading.

January 16, 2017 02:47 PM PST

Charles Olson
Weekend 14-15 January 2017
These two days are dedicated to Charles Olson’s Maximus. Shakespeare in the Mountains is all about the power of reading aloud and this weekend I gave my time to reading the Maximus poems aloud in their entirety.

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