Herausgegeben von Ralph Müller und Henrieke Stahl
More than any other literary form, contemporary poetry is in transition: intermingling with narrative and dramatic genres, combining prose and verse, and even incorporating other media, such as visual art, music, film and digital technology, shifting the borders between public and private spheres, aesthetic and discursive approaches, and producer and recipient. On the basis of case studies, this issue addresses the challenges of poetry in transition and stimulates new approaches in lyric theory and methodology.
ISSN 2698-492X (Print)
ISSN 2698-4938 (Online)