Wednesday, February 28, 2007

 

The poet is In

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The best discussion
of torque in poetry
I’ve ever read

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Linh Dinh
talking with
Barry Schwabsky

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Seymour Hersh
on Bush’s plan
to bomb Iran

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Who Won in Iraq?

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Try to imagine
the worst possible jury
for a major literary prize

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Good writers,
flawed humans

(What about Pound, Celine, Rimbaud,
Althusser, Grass?)

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Gandalf vs. the downloaders

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The Greatest Living Author
in the
British Isles is…

(& it does mention Tom Raworth!)

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A profile of Miles Champion

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When Bern Porter ran for governor
as a Republican

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Poetry & coal

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“Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot
Fighting in the captain's tower
While calypso singers laugh at them
And fishermen hold flowers

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Censorship continues
to be an issue

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Jail for blogging

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A profile of
The Erotic Poetry Workshop
for Survivors
of Sexual Abuse

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More poetry from Gitmo

& this old link
still works

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J.M. Coetzzee
on
Hugo Claus

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Our western Thoreau

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In praise of
Rigoberto González

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Baroness Else von Freytag-Loringhoven,
Edith Sitwell
&
Mary-Kate Olsen

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Creeley fell under the spell of Williams early

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Searching for
the quintessential D.C. poet
but
missing the obvious

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Susan Sontag’s
last book

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A festschrift for the late May Swenson
every one of whose
own books are now out of print

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Longfellow vs. Seuss

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Count the clichés
in
The Fall of Rome

There are a few less
in “Atlantis

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This might explain
The New York Times Book Review

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The Blame the Reader
theory of literature

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Talking with
Gay Talese
of the non-fiction life

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How to write
nanotales

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The impact of the
Scrotum Hoohah?

Increased sales!

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“Free Press
Free Art
Free Love”

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A profile
of Thomas Chimes

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Not a big fan
of Mark McGowan

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