Chris Mustazza

Chris Mustazza is a doctoral student of American poetry and poetics at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as the editor of Clipping, a journal devoted to experimental digital analyses of poetry audio. For academic year 2015-2016, he received a Harvard University’s Woodberry Poetry Room grant to complete his dissertation, The Birth of the American Poetry Audio Archive, which examines the beginnings of that archive. In addition, he has edited collections of poetry audio read by Vachel Lindsay, Gertrude Stein, James Weldon Johnson, Harriet Monroe, and Edgar Lee Masters for the PennSound archive.

Articles by Chris Mustazza

James Weldon Johnson and the Speech Lab Recordings

Volume 30, Issue 1 (March, 2016)
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