Friday, December 15, 2006

 

For its 60th anniversary,
Chicago Review
has put online
work from its archives
including
seriously silly work of mine
from the 1960s,
plus pieces
by Al Young & David Bromige
from the feature
David Melnick & I
edited on poetry in
the SF Bay Area
in 1970

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Check out also
the three items
excerpted
from the Spring1958 issue
that included
William Burroughs,
Jack Kerouac,
& Robert Duncan

(it was the fall number,
also including Burroughs,
that the university
suppressed)

(read Ginsberg’s letter
from the censored issue
here)

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A history
of the Chicago Review
(PDF file)

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Lyn Hejinian, Sharon Olds & Carl Phillips
have been elected
to the Board of Chancellors
of the American Academy of Poets

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kari edwards
reads
(10MB mp3 file)

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The Chicago Manual of Style
available by subscription
online

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The Senate confirms
Dana Gioia
at the NEA
for four more years

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The world’s first computer
is 2,100 year old!

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Joshua Weiner
on
Kenneth Koch

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Shelly Jackson
interviews
Vito Acconci

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The painter is an ass
& thereby
loses his day job
as a teacher

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Finding Borges
all over again

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