Thursday, March 08, 2007

 

March is Small Press Month

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According to the Wall Street Journal,
The LA Times Book Review
is about to be toast

with the Washington Post,
SF Chronicle,
Chicago Tribune
&
San Diego Union-Tribune
all considering doing likewise
to their book review sections

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The new Dark Ages:
15
Oregon libraries
are set to close

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A different approach
in
Hagerstown

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The oldest bookstore in America

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The race for a Pulitzer
has begun

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Boston appears to be hunting
for Bill Corbett

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Pennsylvania
is preparing
for its very first bookfest

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A profile of
Roger Bonair-Agard

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Poetry Day
in
Hanoi

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A reason for publishers

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Kathryn Starbuck,
the widow of George,
has begun writing poetry

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Kermode & Gawain

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Granta’s list
of the top new
American writers
under 40

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"His work was enormously groundbreaking
in terms of typography,
he was using tons of odd punctuation
and strange spacing…"
(Will somebody PUH-LEASE
buy Tree Swenson
a book by e.e. cummings?)

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“Like Yeats and Lowell before him
(you just know
it’s going to be all downhill
from there)

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He rebelled quietly
(to say the least)

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The Perfect Form
(and other
modes of hyperbole)

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Mutanabi Street
where booksellers
once thrived

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The decline & closure
of bookstores
and publishers

is not just
a
U.S. problem

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What’s classical?

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Who’s an authority?

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Alvin Curran
on
Steve Lacy

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The trouble with some new Pollocks

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Hanging with Brice Marden

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A profile of Tim Hawkinson

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Michael Kimmelman
moves to Europe

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An appreciation of
John Simon

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Jazz man or terrorist?

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