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World War I Poets:

An Interview with Alfred Corn


Time: November, 2017
Place: Georgia Writers Hall of Fame 
http://georgiawritershalloffame.org/honorees/alfred-corn


How a Poem Happens:

Contemporary poets discuss the making of poems

Please join Melissa Studdard and Tiferet Journal for a conversation with renowned poet and critic, Alfred Corn. Studdard and Corn discuss Corn’s most recent collection of poetry, Tables, among other things literary and spiritual.

In November 2017

A visit to the Flannery O'Connor House. It has been closed for some time and a renovation is planned. Alfred met O'Connor scholar Bruce Gentry and several students. Posting here several pictures Alfred took of the house and barn and also Flannery's grave in Memory Hill Cemetery.

Published in Spain

Alfred  Corn

Alfred is on Desperate Literature

Poet, novelist, critic

Poems in translation

Alfred Corn was invited to give a speech at the grand opening of the Mu Xin Museum in Wuzhen, China, on ​November 15, 2015

After Wuzhen, Alfred visited a few cities in China. The pictures were taken by him in the West Lake, Hangzhou, Shanghai Museum, and Beijing.

Alfred Corn was Poet-in-Residence at the West Chester University

April 3-6, 2016


​Alfred Corn was the Judge for the 2016 competition of  The W.B. Yeats Society of N.Y.

For Judge's report and the winning poems, 

Reading event in Madrid, Spain

Time: May 12, 2017/ Location: Madrid, Spain
Alfred will be reading with poet Ralph Hamilton at the Desperate Literature bookstore in Madrid. Open to the public.

A Review by Alfred Corn:

A GUIDE TO THE RUINS
On T.S. Eliot's annotations

Three poems and artwork

on X-Peri, May 2, 2016

Roads Taken: a Celebration for Alfred Corn
Time: Oct. 8, 2016, 4-6 PM
​Location: 
10 River Terrace
New York, NY 10282
(212) 431-7920
Open: 11:00AM - 7:00PM
http://www.poetshouse.org/
​Alfred Corn published his first book of poems titled ALL ROADS AT ONCE in 1976. This year marks the 40th anniversary of its publication. Harold Bloom wrote: “As a coda I offer the best first book of poems this year.... Alfred Corn's All Roads at Once.”
Let's celebrate a life devoted to poetry.