A VOICE FULL OF CITIES: THE COLLECTED ESSAYS OF RK
THE COLOR MILL, with Nathlie Provosty
RK reads from The Color Mill and A Voice Full of Cities at the Red Bull Gallery in NYC, 2 November 2014
RK on Dylan Thomas (mp3)
THE MAXIMS OF MARTIN TRAUBENRITTER
A VOICE FULL OF CITIES: The Collected Essays of Robert Kelly
Betty Reid Mandell, 1924-2014
THE LANGUAGE OF EDEN
A Letter from Joseph Cornell to Dorothea Tanning in the Brooklyn Rail
Monologues for Orpheus (audio version), performed in Bard Hall, Bard College, February 2012, with (in order of appearance): Mikhail Horowitz, Lynn Behrendt, Florian Becker, Thomas Bartscherer [Orpheus], and Paul LaFarge.
The text of Monologues for Orpheus
Robert Kelly discusses Uncertainties with George Quasha and Mariel Norris (video)
Jordan Reynolds on Robert Kelly in Rain Taxi:
The Place of Love
John Yau on Robert Kelly:
A Map That Never
Stays the Same
PEEP / SHOW: Three serial poems
The RK New York celebration, video by George Quasha, Part 1:
Jonas Mekas, Phong Bui, Pierre Joris
Bliss in The Wolf (UK)
A Round of Rattles: Collaboration with Jerome Rothenberg
Walking to Auschwitz
On Keats's "Ode on a Grecian Urn"
Fire Exit excerpts from Jerome Rothenberg's site
Tribute to Nathaniel Tarn
May Day (the title poem)
City as Pilgrimage: RK on Brooklyn
The Will of Achilles (in Web Conjunctions)
Magic & Film
Robert Kelly at the Electronic Poetry Center -- includes the full text of "Mont Blanc"
Tribute to Jonathan Williams
Letter to Thomas Bernhard
A Horse Is Not a Usual Menace
Reading at Gramercy Arts Club, including "Walking to Auschwitz"
Radio reading, November 2005 (Show #93)
McPherson & Co.
The Poem Is What Is Found in Translation -- Essay on Young's 'Night Thoughts'
The Flight of the Crows
Matter Numbers 6 & 7
The Berlin Sonnets (from Conjunctions)
"The Cruise of the Pnyx" at UBU WEB
Nicole Peyrafitte performing her settings of six poems from Not This Island Music translated into French by Charlotte Mandell
Six Poems from Not This Island Music
The Tibetan Connection
About "The Garden of Distances" (at McPherson & Co.)