Thursday, February 22, 2007

 

Tom Devaney
on
Charles Bernstein

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A remembrance
of Emmett Williams

& an interview
with same

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Merilene Murphy
dead at 51

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Book sales are steady
but not in bookstores

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Can Poetry mutter?

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Who reads Auden?

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“It’s been a long time
since I met
a young fanatic
for Pound or Zukofsky”

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The PGW Bankruptcy Settlement

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George Lewis
on the
Association for the Advancement
of Creative Musicians

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A portrait
of John Ash

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A portrait
of Rodney Jones

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The Longfellow
bicentennial
gathers a little steam

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Langdon Hammer
on
Paul Muldoon

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Pinsky in Qatar

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Viggo the poet,
Viggo the photographer

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Spalding Gray’s
last work

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Reading Frost
as a rugged individualist

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Friedrich Nietzsche,
American idol

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Tennessee Williams,
drama queen

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James Michener,
writer or philanthropist

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A conference on
the late Yemeni poet
Hussein Abu Baker Al-Mehdar

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The center of the art world –
Liverpool

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Art and race

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When around paintings,
think $$$

I mean, seriously

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But ICA Boston
has its way
with CultureGrrl

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Dia begins to fill
some holes

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War against
the Albright-Knox

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Corporate funding
for the arts
declines

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O Alberta!

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A new ABCs
for the arts

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The scandal
o’er
scrotum

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The case of the
plagiarized pianist

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As languages dwindle

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