Cambridge Poetry Festival
The Cambridge Poetry Festival, founded by Richard Burns, was an international biennale for poetry held in Cambridge, England, between 1975–1985. The festival was founded in an attempt to combine as many aspects as possible of this form of art. Thus Michael Hamburger could, for example, recite his English interpretations of Paul Celan's poetry in the presence of Gisèle Lestrange and a surprisingly large audience at an art gallery bestowed on her engravings. The last biennale in 1985 included a number of events to mark Ezra Pound's centenary, including the exhibition Pound's Artists: Ezra Pound and the Visual Arts in London, Paris and Italy at Kettle's Yard (later also shown at the Tate Gallery), and was accompanied by a special issue of the magazine P.N. Review.
- Richard Berengarten, "The Cambridge Poetry Festival: 35 years after", Cambridge Literary Review, I/1 (Michaelmas, 2009)
- Martin Booth: British poetry 1964 to 1984: driving through the barricades (Routledge, 1985).
- Rolf Dieter Brinkmann: The Last One: Readings / Autorenlesungen, Cambridge Poetry Festival 1975 [Audio-book] [CD], 59 min. (Intermedium Records, 2005)
- Blair-Underwood, Alison (2012). "Open account - A memoir: the Cambridge Poetry Festival". Blackbox Manifold, Issue 9: Peter Robinson at Sixty. Blackbox Manifold. Retrieved January 7, 2013.
- Richard Burns, 'The Cambridge Poetry Festival 1975' .
- John Pilling, Review: The Cambridge Poetry Festival 1979, Florida State University, USA.
- For another reminiscence of the 1979 festival, see Waldrop, Rosmarie (2002). Lavish Absence: Recalling and Rereading Edmond Jabès. Wesleyan University Press. p. 98. ISBN 0-8195-6580-6.
- Richard Humphreys (editor), Pound's Artists: Ezra Pound and the Visual Arts in London, Paris and Italy, London (Tate Gallery), June 1985, ISBN 0-946590-29-X
- PN Review 46 November - December 1985, http://www.pnreview.co.uk/cgi-bin/scribe?toc=2;volume=12
- Elizabeth Thomas and Richard Burns, 'Cambridge Poetry Festival', The New York Review of Books, October 3 1974
- Rat Palace by Tom Pickard, 19 April 1977
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