“Throw Out the Radio”: Florence Dore, Luke Fischer + Making Sense of “Blurbs”


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Rock musician and professor Florence Dore attunes to static in her research on “resonant silences” surrounding censorship and race in modernist literature of the early 20th century and its recapitulation of institutional norms in her new book, Novel Sounds; Australian poet and philosopher Luke Fischer joins us just in time for Poetry Month to read and discuss A Personal History of Vision; and Co-op staff Mark Loeffler and Alena Jones help us see through the haze of jacket copy, otherwise known as “blurbs.” 

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