Wednesday, January 31, 2007

 

photo courtesy of Woollahra Library

What readings look like
down under –
the 2006
Valentine’s Day reading
on the shores of
Sydney Harbour
(but you can’t hear
the giant fruit bats
quarrelling in the trees
or the
MacDonnell Douglas DC3
as it flies overhead,
so says John Tranter)

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Tracking keywords
in George W’s
state of the onion
messages

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Does Boston
need
a poet laureate
when it already has
Bill Corbett?

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An anthology of the history
of Puerto Rican
poetries

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Poetry & public language

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ROVA
comes to Philadelphia

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From Corinthians
to Creeley

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First prize:
most clichés
in one interview

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The impact of PGW’s
bankruptcy
on small presses

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Meanwhile, the creditors
are in court

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And the blogs are dishing

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Talking with
Linton Kwesi Johnson

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Talking with
Danielle Legros Georges

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What 11 poets
are reading

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A review of
Pat Mora’s
Adobe Odes

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Translating Lorca

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The British Library
goes begging

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Torquato Tasso
hiding
in plain sight

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A misleading
but positive
story about new
indie bookstores

(yes, there have been
90 or so new bookshops
in each of the last two years,
but roughly 260 others
close each year)

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Righteous Babe
goes to church

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Auden’s executor

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Gilbert and George
go to the Tate

They talk, too

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“The library is on fire

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