Sunday, December 10, 2006

 

One museum opens
in a new location
while another
is perilously close
to flickering out

§

A review
of
Boston’s ICA
suggesting
that the architecture
outshines
the art

(You’re not alone,
SF MoMA!)

§

Bruce Langhorne,
one of the great musicians
of the last half century
needs your help
(a note from Jonathan Demme)

§

What Gerard Van der Luen
was doing
in December
26 years ago

(with an odd sighting
of old NY School poet
Jonathon Cott)

§

Look who wants
to extend
©
now

§

George W. Bush
announced on Friday
that William Safire
will be honored
with the
National Medal of Freedom
for
polishing the language
which raises the question:
how would Bush know?

§

No fan of
Project Runway
can fail
to note the passing
of fashion genius
Van Smith

§

Jack Krick
has been adding
new pages
to the
Electronic Poetry Center’s
roster of contemporary poets
(322 to date)

Some recent additions:
Charles North
Jimmy Schuyler
Lorenzo Thomas
George Oppen

§

A new collective blog
worth noting is the
International Exchange for Poetic Invention
(Charles Bernstein & Ton van 't
Hof, proprietors)

 

§

For all of the great books
by living authors
Green Integer
has published,
it would appear
that just one of its
best sellers
is by or about
a living writer


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