Saturday, February 17, 2007

 

A terrific anthology
of contemporary poetry
from
Taiwan
edited by Shin Yu Pai

7 poets
each with an interview,
& the poems
include a couple of sound files
and a video
realization
of Chen Li’s
War Symphony

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The rest of
Fascicle 3
is no slouch either

with an Eritrean portfolio
including translations from
Tigrinya, Tigre & Arabic

poetry from over 50 poets,
new work by Alexei Parshchikov
(gotta wonder about that
translation strategy
tho),
whole chapbooks
by Allyssa Wolf
&
Vicente Huidobro,
work by Harry Crosby
plus an essay on Crosby
by D.H. Lawrence,
plus
Roberto Tejada on Clayton Eshleman,
Kevin Killian on George Oppen
Graham Foust on Looking
Mark Wallace on P. Inman

& oodles more

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Also up online
with a ton of reviews
is the latest
Galatea Resurrects,
a magazine
done entirely in Blogger

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Noisiest home page
for a new mag
goes to
Mad Hatters’ Review

Where Joe Amato
has some new poetry
&
Lynda Schor
offers an interview
& a “whatnot
with tips on diapering

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Artie Gold
one of
Montreal’s
Vehicule poets

& a fine, fine fellow
died Wednesday

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A praise day
in memory of
Diane Burns

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The politics of slams

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What I like best
about this review
of the history of poets
at Harvard
is that the author
can’t spell
Charles Olson

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Looking at the Booker
from the vantage
of
India

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Vaclav Havel
in
America

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Rodney Jones
wins
$100K poetry prize

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The Stephen King of his day

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Trying to forget
the dreariness of Auden
"in his cups"
in order to celebrate
the centennial

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O Anna
Akhmatova!

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The blindness
of Borges

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Greg Tate
on
Bob Dylan
as the future of rap

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The Ashbery Bridge

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Viggo, reading

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If you thought Dan Brown
was dreadful,
wait till you read
the Dan Brown Wannabes

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Banksy gone bad

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Fluffing your aura
to make it
even more real

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The problems of conserving
contemporary painting

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Howard Hodgkin at the Yale

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Saving classical music

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And if,
on March 2nd,
you should find yourself
in
Atlanta
at the AWP,
check this out:

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