Wednesday, April 04, 2007

 

George Quasha rocks!

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This week’s featured book
on the
Academy of American Poets
home page
is The Age of Huts

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Geoffrey Gatza
is a godsend….

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Steve Evans
on
100 years of
the little magazine

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Globalization and the cost of paper

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A review
of Ann Mikolowski’s
Detroit retrospective

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A positive
if somewhat scattered
review
of Elaine Equi

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Stephen Greenblatt
on Clinton’s Macbeth

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Why libraries matter

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English in the mouth
of Beckett’s actors

Beckett’s Beckett

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Poets on Painters:
Wichita’s biggest poetry event
since Allen Ginsberg
rode around in a minivan

(& note that this show
is available to travel!)

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Burt Hatlen’s
latest CD

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Talking with
Charlie Simic

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The late spring
of Geoffrey Hill

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Deborah Garrison
as a
highbrow analogue

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Is
Out in the garden, the wind was like a dog
the worst first line
ever written?

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A fawning take
on Galway Kinnell
at 80

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Tony Harrison
at 70

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Rescuing
May Swenson
in
Utah

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A Balinese take
on
New Zealand poet
Elizabeth Smither

& a Malaysian view
of Benjamin Zephaniah

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Troy Jollimore’s publisher

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The Fence moves north

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Derek Walcott’s Selected Poems

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More
on
Oprah & Cormac

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Michael Hoffman’s
latest anthology
of 20th century German poetry

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Poetry & nationalism
in
Zagreb

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FSG’s heavy duty
web site
for Roberto Bolaño’s
The Savage Detectives

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Further down the family tree
from
the Baroness Else von Freytag Loringhoven

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Writing & military service

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The memoirs of Carolyn Brown

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