Tuesday, December 19, 2006

 

Project Row Houses:
community as art,
art as community

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Heck of a job, Gracie!

Grace Shulman,
who made The Nation,
America’s oldest progressive journal,
a hotbed of neocon poetics
& the home room
of the School of Quietude,
has left her position
as poetry editor there
after 34 years

John Palattella
will replace her

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The Nation
on Hart Crane’s
The Bridge
(subscription required)

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In addition to
the Electronic Poetry Center,
& the British Electronic Poetry Center
as centers for gathering
links & data
about the poets of a given nation,
there is also the
Australian Poetry Resources Internet Library
(April)

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The supermarket in California
where Allen Ginsberg
once saw Walt Whitman
& penned
”A Supermarket in California”
will become the site
of a supermarket
once again,

complete with
“Two Buck Chuck”

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The Crystal text
on language

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Making the white space
in the language
visible

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Stopping violence
through grammar

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Not pleased
with
Jacques Roubaud

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American Oulipo?
3by3by3

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The best
(of many good)
response(s)
to my note yesterday
is this item
from the MailBucket
po-list,
but it’s truncated
& I have no idea
who wrote it!

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Orhan Pamuk’s
Nobel lecture

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A tale by
Nadine Gordimer

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“and, now, the wizened poet

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The Washington Times
on
Walter Benjamin
on
Charles Baudelaire
(complete
with Lemony Snicket jokes!)

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“fifteen years after the death
of Earle Birney
in 1995 …”

Canadian math
put to the test

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Reading Rushdie
in Kashmir

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Interviewing
Alice Walker

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A contemporary Indonesian poet
is translated into English

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Review of a grim bio
of William Burroughs, Jr.

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Doctor Dickens

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Carol Gilligan
goes to
YouTube

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Pibgorn
is a strange little web comic
that has been retelling
Midsummer Night’s Dream
for some time now

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Op-Art pioneer
Henry Pearson
has died

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George Lakoff
on the
November elections

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