Wednesday, March 21, 2007

 

Text paintings by Stephen Rodefer

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Rae Armantrout,
reviewed by Stephen Burt
in the New York Times Book Review,
transcends her
”West Coast cult following”

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Reading in New York
Tuesday, March 27
6:30 PM
at the Drawing Center
35
Wooster
John Ashbery & Ron Padgett
reading the work
of Kenneth Koch

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Another tribute
to
Niyi Osundare

“I won’t stop talking about Nigeria
We live in rot.”

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Hanoi Misses You

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Poetry slam:
Homer vs. Hesiod

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“100 poets, one room
(Scotland’s largest poetry gathering)

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Andrea Brady’s Tracking Wildfire
(all ten sections
complete with source material
& an essay on methodology)

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Talking Vancouver
with Lisa Robertson

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What the workers want

A contrary view

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BookForum
looks at five “new”
books of poetry

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Will bookstores change
as much as
libraries?

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Archive
of the Communist Party USA
goes to NYU

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Writers live
and
on screen

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Check out Mr. Thingamajig
at American Accent

Not to be confused with
American Dialect

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Shakespeare in other tongues

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Sylvia Plath meets a Bee Gee

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Leaping poetry

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More nonsense about Shakespeare

What’s wrong with the surge
in the Shakespeare Wars

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One person who should know
King Lear

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A new prize
for the
School of Q

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Here comes Jane

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Is Deborah Garrison
Billy Collins in drag?

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Embarrassing Chester County
for 13 straight years

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Against “creative writing

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Driving with Zbignew Herbert

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Supreme ©?

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Saving Manchu

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Getting abstract
with Peter Schjeldahl

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The People’s Republic
gets jiggy
with contemporary
visual art

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$680,000 fine
for destroying art

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Art Brut
vs. Crit Brut

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Should the Cincinnati Pops
bar the Dukes of Hazzard?

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It’s
the end of the world
as we know it

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