Andrei Codrescu

Codrescu Andrei

Andrei Codrescu (www.codrescu.com) has been a commentator on All Things Considered since 1983. He is an homme-de-lettres whose novels, essays and poetry have been infiltrating the American psyche since he emigrated from his native Romania to Detroit in 1965. He is the author of forty books of poetry, fiction, and essays, and the founder of Exquisite Corpse. He has received a Peabody award for the PBS version of his film Road Scholar, and has reported for NPR and ABC News from Romania (1989) and Cuba (1996). His new books are The Poetry Lesson,(Princeton) and Bibliodeath: My Archives (with Life in Footnotes) (Antibookclub).

  • return of the repressed in the age of avantgarde robots

    creating and smashing ideas of high and low was a good
  • love sonnet to aliens | Putin statue project

    the known universe is self-referential: it has no choice.
  • cedar top goddesses from phil’s sawmill | ozark sonnet  

    The cedar goddesses lie down on saw-horses
  • A Bookstore in Hay-on-Wye

    In a Tudor castle now a vast used bookstore in Hay-on-Wye
  • Ars Polis

    way too human too fast way too boring too quick