“Its happiness that we know to be missing” – Visual artist Daniel Kiss about his associative thoughts on Black Mountain College.
“Dreier gave much of his life to the College, which could never have survived without him.” – Jonathan Creasy about the correspondence between Ted Dreier and Walter Gropius.
“Olson’s verse practices teach method not matter” – Michael Kindellan on Charles Olson and his ideas about the connection of poetry and pedagogy.
“Often I am permitted to Return to a Meadow” – Jonathan Creasy about the poet Robert Duncan and his time as a teacher at Black Mountain.
‘At the heart of Pound’s pedagogy and his teaching practice in the Ezuversity was his rejection of institutional higher learning in the United States’ – Jonathan Creasy about Ezra Pound’s brand of education and the poetic pedagogies of the twentieth century
“Olson planned a venture that he hoped would ensure the College’s continuation: the Black Mountain Review” – Jonathan Creasy about the cooperation between Charles Olsen, Robert Creeley and the beginning of Black Mountain Review