Category Archives: Jim Jarmusch

Happy 90th Birthday to John Ashbery!

Today is the 90th birthday of John Ashbery, who was born on July 27, 1928.  At LitHub, Adam Fitzgerald and Emily Skillings have “invited 90 of his dearest friends, collaborators, and admirers to pick a favorite line from his vast … Continue reading

Posted in Alice Notley, Jim Jarmusch, John Ashbery, Paul Muldoon, Poems, Rae Armantrout, Susan Howe | Leave a comment

Ron Padgett talks about his Sundays with the New York Times

The New York Times has just posted a little feature on Ron Padgett, in conjunction with Jim Jarmusch’s new movie Paterson.  As I noted recently, Padgett collaborated with his friend Jarmusch, composing poems for the movie: For the movie “Paterson,” about a poet … Continue reading

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Jim Jarmusch as “the Cinematic Extension of the New York School”

Paterson, the new movie by the celebrated indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, has been receiving a lot of buzz and praise ever since it debuted this summer at the Cannes Film Festival, “where it was feted as the best film the 63-year-old Jarmusch had … Continue reading

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“The kismet of this TV night”: Frank O’Hara on Television

In 2008, many Frank O’Hara fans were pleasantly surprised when his poetry was given a big cameo in the acclaimed television show Mad Men.  But that wasn’t the last of O’Hara finding his way onto TV in recent years. A … Continue reading

Posted in David Shapiro, Film, Frank O'Hara, Jim Jarmusch, Kenneth Koch, Mad Men, Television | 1 Comment

How Kenneth Koch Continues to Teach, by Mark Statman

Last week, I linked to a new memoir by Katherine Koch, daughter of the late Kenneth Koch.  I just learned of another touching memoir about Koch that I’d missed when it first appeared last year — this one by the poet and translator Mark … Continue reading

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