Poet Jennifer Moxley and composer Beth Wiemann have collaborated to produce a one-act opera based on H.D.’s Bid Me to Live. Wiemann has shared clips from three scenes of the opera, Until the War Is Over, on Soundcloud. The opera was performed on June 23, 2016, at the University of Maine School of Performing Arts.
Amy Evans, whose poetry collections are deeply influenced by H.D.’s work, has released a video/audio reading of her recent poetry installation, SOUND((ING))S. From her YouTube page description: “SOUND((ING))S takes place at sea. It constitutes part of an ongoing poetic sequence, the first sections of which were text-based: Collecting Shells (2011), The Sea Quells (2013) and CONT. (2015).… Continue reading Amy Evans’s SOUND((ING))S: An on-board poetry installation in support of refugees published 25 Apr 2016
Lesley Wheeler posts a poem inspired by H.D.’s Trilogy Source: Pretty books, messy drafts | LESLEY WHEELER
Charlotte Mandel’s poem “Perdita’s Mother: Photograph, the Poet H.D., 1919” is published in Mom Egg Review 12 (2014).
Nic Sebastian has posted the final results of a year-long voice project to “know” H.D.’s Helen in Egypt by voicing it. The result is a fully indexed and organized audio version of H.D.’s 1961 poem. This audio project is authorized by New Directions Press, and it would make a lovely complement to those teaching all… Continue reading Voice project: ‘Helen in Egypt’