Michel Delville

Michel Delville teaches English and American literatures, as well as comparative literature, at the University of Liège, Belgium. His most recent books include Undoing Art (Quodlibet, 2016, w. Mary Ann Caws), The Political Aesthetics of Hunger and Disgust (Routledge, 2017; w. Andrew Norris), and The Edinburgh Companion to the Prose Poem (Edinburgh University Press, w. Mary Ann Caws). He is currently working on a book-length study of erasurism in the arts.


Post-Avant Translation Practices: Language Poetry in Austria & The Low Countries

American Language poetry can be considered a neo-avant-garde movement, at least if we refer to Hal Foster’s definition of the term as the result of a “deferred action,” a later event that recodes the original (historical) avant-garde—e.g.