Circles: H.D./Bryher | Strange Flowers

  James J. Conway’s Strange Flowers blog includes brief profiles of H.D., Bryher, and members  of their social and literary circles. This posting also features a brief glimpse of some of those  circles in a graphic format. Source: Circles: H.D./Bryher | Strange Flowers    

Monkey’s Moon Film at City Lights Bookshop Blog

City Lights Bookshop featured the Pool Film, Monkey’s Moon, on its Web site. “Pool Films resulted from the creative collaboration of writers Kenneth Macpherson and Bryher (Annie Winifred Ellerman) and Imagist poet H. D. (Hilda Doolittle). Funded by Bryhers inheritance from a vast family fortune, their projects were fueled by the principals interest… Source: National Poetry… Continue reading Monkey’s Moon Film at City Lights Bookshop Blog

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Teaching Tribute to Freud and Borderline

See Tamara Beauchamp’s Web site for English 102D Topics in Twentieth Century Literature: Modernist Subjectivity for examples of teaching H.D.’s Tribute to Freud. Pages: H.D. Reads Aloud | Modernist Subjectivities Lecture Notes: H.D.’s life, relationship to Freud, and Writing on the Wall Lecture Notes 2: Borderline, H.D., and Kenneth Macpherson Borderline (1930) Course Post

H.D. Family Tree Online (Doolittles and Wolles)

Based on an undergraduate research project with Kristian Wilson from the University of South Carolina Upstate (’15), the Silverstein Chronology, and an H.D. family tree already started at, a very nice genealogical background is available, and more will be added in the coming months. The snapshot below gives a quick taste of the site. To… Continue reading H.D. Family Tree Online (Doolittles and Wolles)

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H.D.’s Helen in Egypt Featured in PoemTalk Podcast

Hear H.D. read Helen in Egypt while scholars and poets close read selections from the poem in the podcast from Poem Talk #84 “The I as Hieroglyph: H.D., Helen in Egypt” with Julia Bloch, Dee Morris, Annette Debo, and host Al Filreis (27 Jan. 2015). This podcast offers excellent background into H.D.’s sources for the poem as well as detailed pathways… Continue reading H.D.’s Helen in Egypt Featured in PoemTalk Podcast