Saturday, March 17, 2007

 

First Screening:
bp Nichols’
computer poems
from 1984
in numerous formats
including Java

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A “new” poem by
William Carlos Williams

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Dylan Hears a Who

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Talking with
Clayton Eshleman

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The future of book reviews
(really, the future of
print book advertising…)

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Congress
contemplates restoring
federal funding
for the arts

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For his 200th birthday,
there is a new 39¢
Longfellow stamp

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The only
Gertrude Stein stamps
that I know of
came from
Vietnam

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Homophonic
translations of poetry
from the Chinese

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Gary Sullivan
on
The Grand Piano

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A Zen poetry festival
in
Montreal

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Covering the media’s
coverage
of the death of
Baudrillard

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International Journal
of Baudrillard Studies

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Jack Kerouac
would have been 85
last Tuesday

Kerouac festival
this summer
at Naropa
(the website
already has
some great stuff)

The Kerouac Family Association

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another paragon
of accessibility

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Contemporary poetry
by Korean Women

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A new profile of
John Ashbery

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Why
nobody
takes Robert Lowell
seriously any more

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Jazz, opera
& Robert Pinsky

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Jazz too
has its
School of Quietude

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The great ukulele debate &
search for the lost chord
by Glenn Branca, Thomas Pynchon
G.P. Skratz & more

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South by Southwest
(the great American music
festival)

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New music economics

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Economics & the visual arts

Same subject, different story

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The hidden works
of Clyfford Still

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Banksy goes legit

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Steven Criqui
has died
way too soon

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Contemporary art
and
21st century
Stalinist bureaucrats

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Why is feminism
out of fashion
in the visual arts?

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Left vs. right:
What’s next?

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W(h)ither French culture?

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