Saturday, April 28, 2007

 

How your eyes
move about
the screen

(implications for page layout)

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Robert Pinsky:
In Praise of Difficult Poetry

(an example of
”the difficult”
being Kenneth Koch)

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Number 40
on the list of
50 Bullsh**t Jobs:
Poet

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Nate Mackey
has won
the Northern California Book Award
for poetry
for 2007,
an award notable
for the strength of the competition

Other recipients included
two books by Ko Un
receiving the translation award,
a special citation to Maxine Hong Kingston
& the Fred Cody Lifetime Achievement Award
going to Andrew Hoyem

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Who sits
on the Pulitzer board
?

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The winnowing of
book review supplements

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An argument for saving
the book supplement sections

of American newspapers…
coming from
Britain

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Three articles
on the poetry of
Kaiser Haq,
English-language poet
from Bangladesh

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The likes & dislikes
of Brendan Lorber

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The role of poetry:
the view from Morris County, NJ

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Poetry
on the streets
of New Haven

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Kazim Ali’s
experience of racism

at
Shippensburg State
as seen by an alum

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Call me Zits:
the latest novel
from Sherman Alexie

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I’m with you in Rockland

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This season’s
Shakespeare books

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the mythic resonance
and grim sense of inexorable fate
found in Greek tragedy

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What books won’t tell you
about a person

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Exploring 811.08

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A profile of
John Cooper Clarke

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Bemoaning
the decline of rhyme
in American poetry

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Modern Times Bookstore
has won
the Bay Guardian
2007 Community Institution
Award

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The success
of Philip K. Dick

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The most important development
in globalization
in a couple of years

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Thugs
at the theater

See step 3 of
”Fascist
America
in 10 Easy Steps”

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The Afro-rhythms
of George W. Bush

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William Burroughs
has dinner at Chez Warhol

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Is Donald Lipski
the most popular artist
in America?

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A review of the recent
Wallace Berman & His Circle
show in
New York

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Rebuilding The Wall
in SoHo

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The rise of
the atelier
in Seattle

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Some kind words
about yours truly
from
rob mclennan

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