Archive December 14, 2016 email@example.com Ann Vickery: [T]hinking of time and typing: Travel Exhaustion in Martin Johnston’s In Transit: A Sonnet Square This paper was presented in the panel ‘Inheritances, Limits, Forms’ at the Historical Poetics symposium. AudioDate Recorded: 14 Dec 2016Duration: 25:22 https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/__data/assets/mp3_file/0004/1193692/Ann_Vickery.MP3 Related AuthorsAnn Vickeryis the author of Devious Intimacy and The Complete Pocketbook of Swoon. Related PostsA Poem: Historical Poetics and the Problem of ExemplarityDecember 13-15, 2016. The recent emergence of ‘historical poetics’ has challenged the old opposition of history and theory by focussing attention on the historicity of prosodic theories. Toby Fitch: The Exemplary Poem is A Fluke:Chris Edwards’ Mistranslation of Mallarmé’s Un Coup de dés. This paper was presented in the panel ‘Inheritances, Limits, Forms’ at the Historical Poetics symposium. Alys Moody: Ping, Or, Exemplarity at the Limits of PoetryThis paper was presented in the panel ‘Inheritances, Limits, Forms’ at the Historical Poetics symposium. Ann Vickery: Against Colony Collapse DisorderColony collapse disorder describes a phenomenon whereby worker bees have suddenly and inexplicably disappeared from a hive. It has also been mobilised as a syndrome following the rapid vanishing of Western honeybee colonies across North America and Europe. Justin Clemens has also used the term to describe aesthetic collapse, whereby poets can only demonstrate their existence as “being caught dead” given the fragile conditions of poetry and the inevitable, deadly effects of the past.