Sunday, January 28, 2007

 

“Food in eternity, food and sex, food and lust”
A portrait of Jim Harrison

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Don’t feed the poets
(!?!)

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Robert Pinsky
tries to write about
Charles Bernstein

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Rae Armantrout
in
The Nation

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Steve Lowe
poet, “Mennonite geisha,”
one-time secretary
to William S. Burroughs
& founder of
The Beat Hotel
in Desert Hot Springs, California
has died

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The text-message novel
has already been published

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HereComesEverybody
has published its
132nd & last
interview

it’s with
Paul Hoover

(Actually,
it’s really 131 interviews
plus a tribute to
Robert Creeley
,
tho that includes
Ray Bianchi’s interview
with Bob)

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Jasper Johns
at the
National Gallery

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Peter Schjeldahl
on
Martín Ramírez

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The other
Coleridge
was named
Sara

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Why would the NY Times pick,
of all people,
William Logan,
to review
the long overdue
Hart Crane
Library of America
Collected?

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Assamese poetry now
(tho I’m not so sure
I trust this
unnamed reporter’s
account)

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Lebanese poet
Joumana Haddad
in Lebanese, French & Spanish

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Close reading
the shower curtain

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Exactly.

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So why
is the world still
”all that is the case?”

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Simon Armitage
finds an age
in which
he’s comfortable

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A history of music
from punk
to grunge

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Are the days
of zen & poetry
on the mesa
giving way
to high fashion?

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Early David Markson
returned to print

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Perry Anderson
on
Vladimir Putin

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Michael Wood
on
Babel

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Coetzee on Mailer
on Hitler

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