Saturday, December 02, 2006

 

Is Dia MIA?

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A new Museum
of Contemporary Art

opens
in Detroit

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Of Wharton Esherick.
the great
modernist wood-carver,
also a resident
of my home town

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In praise of
Sylvester Pollet
& his
Backwoods Broadsides

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Nate Wiley,
a saxman
who used to play
with Gil Ott
& who had his first CD
at the age of
75,
has died

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Self-published
Canadians
break into
the nation’s largest
retail chain,
but only on its
(not inexpensive)
terms

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The path
from Robert Creeley
to the Flaming Lips
leads thru
Mercury Rev

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More Creeley
set to music

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Mário Cesariny
has died

§

Ferlinghetti’s
beret

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The “incomparable
(primarily in the gap
between hype & substance)
Poetry Archive
begins to add
Dead White Guys
to the collection

§

Miller Williams
& his daughter
Lucinda

§

If you like bad poetry,
welcome to heaven

(on Ginsberg’s early work)

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Dancing with anyone
other than
Emmitt Smith

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tough-guy poet-criminal
(that’s fiction)
amidst the
Whitbread
shortlist

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Interviewing a writer
who makes
$50 million per year

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Defacing
a work of art
that is also
a train station

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