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Biography. Birkerts has been editor of AGNI since July 2002. His most recent books are Changing the Subject: Art and Attention in the Internet Age (Graywolf Press, 2015), The Other Walk (Graywolf Press, 2011), Art of Time in Memoir: Then, Again (Graywolf Press, 2008), and Reading Life: Books for the Ages (Graywolf Press, 2007). His other books include An Artificial Wilderness: Essays on 20th.
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Sven Birkerts is the author, most recently, of The Other Walk (Graywolf Press, 2011). He is director of the Bennington Writing Seminars and editor of the journal agni, based at Boston University.
Sven Birkerts (2006). “The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age”, p.168, Macmillan.
Sven Birkerts is the author of several books, including The Art of Time in Memoir, Reading Life, Readings, and The Gutenberg Elegies. He has taught at Harvard University and currently directs the Bennington Writing Seminars and is the editor of AGNI. He lives in Massachusetts.
Readings combines the best of Sven Birkerts's previously published criticism with vital new essays. A dazzling writer whose clarity, rigor, and far-flung intellectual curiosity have been widely praised, Birkerts the literary critic is in top form in these pages. Whether discussing Elizabeth Bishop or Don DeLillo, Rilke or Kerouac, Keats or The.
Birkerts is a modern master of the literary essay. In his award-winning books — The Electric Life: Essays on Twentieth Century Literature, American Energies: Essays on Fiction, and The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age — he uses this forgotten form to work through critical literary theory, defending the written word in prose.
Sven Birkerts is the former director of the Bennington Writing Seminars. He is the author of The Gutenberg Elegies, and, more recently, Changing the Subject: Art and Attention in the Internet Age (2015) and The Other Walk: Essays (2011).
Award-winning writer Sven Birkerts takes on contemporary American fiction in this provocative new collection of essays. In these insightful pieces, Birkerts evaluates the postmodern literary scene and the effect the media, especially television, have had on the way we think and write.
Sven Birkerts is the author of Changing the Subject and nine previous books, including The Other Walk,The Gutenberg Elegies, The Art of Time in Memoir, and My Sky Blue Trades. He is the director of the Bennington Writing Seminars, and he edits the journal AGNI, which is based at Boston University.
Sven Birkerts is Director of the Bennington College Writing Seminars and Editor of AGNI. His book Changing the Subject: Art and Attention in the Internet Age was published last year. (April 2016) IN THE REVIEW The Genius of William Gass April 7, 2016 Issue Life Sentences: Literary Judgments and Accounts.
Changing the Subject by Sven Birkerts. Reviewed By Kyle Boelte. October 1st, 2015. Just about the time I was starting to read Sven Birkerts’s book of critical essays about digital technology and concentration, Changing the Subject, I scanned a Facebook post from Alexander Chee, a novelist and active social media user. He noted that his friend.
Sven Birkerts is the author of An Artificial Wilderness: Essays in Twentieth Century Literature, published by William Morrow.
Sven Beckert Laird Bell Professor of History Professor Beckert researches and teaches the history of the United States in the nineteenth century, with a particular emphasis on the history of capitalism, including its economic, social, political and transnational dimensions.
Sven Birkerts, Director of the graduate Writing Seminars at Bennington College, is editor of AGNI and author of The Gutenberg Elegies and Art of Time in Memoir: Then, Again. Content From This Author. Forum Response A Fever Dream. Bloom’s jeremiad is an action in the theater of the mind.