articles and interviews…

Weather, Whether Radar: Plume of the Volants:

Moth Opera Feature Opera North / Dare Prize (November 2021).
Handel opera for moths: artist Redell Olsen’s collaboration with scientists and singers on 2020-21 DARE Prize commission Planet Hughill – A World of Classical Music (November 2021).

Film Poems:

Reviews of ‘Film Poems’ by Erik Noonan and Rob Mclennan at The Small Press Book Review.

Trench Art Logistics,  on Trench Art Logistics series which features an essay on Film Poems.

Punk Faun:

Eric Powell, Review of Punk Faun: A Bar Rock Pastel, Chicago Review (Summer 2014, issue 58:03/04).

Poetry Foundation, ‘Punk Faun As Companion Species’, (Poetry Foundation, 2012).

Redell Olsen in Conversation with Charles Bernstein. “Close Listening” readings and conversations at WPS1.Org Clocktower Studio, New York, April 7, 2006.  Pennsound.

Redell Olsen Interview with Will Rowe at Birkbeck. (Pores 4Avant Gardist Journal of Poetics Research, Contemporary Poetics Research. Centre School of English & Humanities. Birkbeck College.

“In Conversation with Lucy Sheerman.” How(2). 1.5 (2001).

reviews and essays on secure portable space:

“Delineating a “non-place” in the UK? 10 notes on experimental poetry written by women: Caroline Bergvall and Redell Olsen”, Vincent Broqua. Revue électronique d’études sur le monde anglophone. 6:1. 2008.

“Necessary Space” Marcella Durand reviews Secure Portable Space. Jacket 32, April 2007.

“Minimaus in Response to a Cultural Malaise” a review of Secure Portable Space by Allen Fisher. Pores 4, Birkbeck.

Secure Portable Space reviewed by Edmund Hardy at Intercapillary Space.

“Against Background: Reframings of the City by Redell Olsen, Jena Osman and Frances Presley” Zoë Skoulding. Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, Vol 3, No 2 (2011).

“All Reality is What You Make It: Review of Secure Portable Space” by Scott Thurston. Readings 2, Birkbeck.

review of  extracts from “A Newe Booke of Copies”:

Justin Katko. Cambridge Reading Series, April 2010.

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