Essayist, playwright and art historian Amelia Arenas talks about what Williams means to her in another installation of fairly unedited, raw material. Again, bits of this interview will most likely find their way into a final mix, but since the blog allows for a record of process, I thought that it would be useful to store here and make available larger, less superficial chunks.
Arenas talks about Williams & economy of language: (3 min. 14 sec.)
On anti-bohemianism and obstetrics: (1 min. 30 sec.)
Paterson and beauty: (2 min. 30 sec.)
Arenas reads from the "Beautiful Thing" passage: (2 min. 41 sec.)
Labels: Amelia Arenas, anti-bohemianism, audio, beautiful thing, interviews, obstetrics