Wednesday, January 24, 2007

 

The tip
of a Robert Kelly interview

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The impact of Katrina
on the poetry of
Lagos

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A celebration of
Mahmoud Darwish
in
Tehran

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Allen Ginsberg
talking & meta-talking
to you

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Missing the poetry,
missing the charm

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For 50 years
Josh Malihabadi
dominated Urdu poetry

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The Caribbean-Kenyan
poetry connection

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Meaning, music, Vietnam

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Poems from Gitmo

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Death row tanka

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“She burns like a shot glass of vodka
She burns like a field of poppies”

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Breaking the code

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Perseus offers to buy PGW
but small presses who sign on
may be stuck
or worse

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Are books doomed?

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Donald Hall in Kansas City

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Talking with Bruce Covey

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Talking with Tom Lux

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Selling out
vs.
getting sold out

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Gong fatigue

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“How aware was MacNeice
of his creative decline?”

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Puts Keats to shame” –
a new poet
fit for the 1840s
fresh from Faber

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The literary prize
that lost its edge

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Pete Seeger,
award winning author

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Daisy Fried
should win
the National Book Critics Circle Award
by acclamation

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The problem with poetry
in the state capitol
of
Montana

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Poetry vs. song

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At least this week’s
death of independent bookstores
tale
isn’t about a store
closing

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Parodies are targeted
in the PRC
(the form in question:
e'gao)

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The thought of what America
would be like
if “ethically inspired TV”
had wide circulation –
well, it troubles my sleep

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Googleschaden

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Poe’s Virginia home

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An interview with Bert Stern
(the poet,
not the fashion photographer)

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A curious
(but fun)
collection of
arts related videos
that include
a tour of Fallingwater,
Bill Clinton on sax
& Richard Nixon on piano

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Requiem for Darfur

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