Saturday, April 07, 2007

 

Of Darren Wershler-Henry
in The New Yorker

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More on the idea
of a poet laureate
for
Boston

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William Logan
on
Derek Walcott

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Life is very quiet
on this year’s
Griffin Prize shortlist

unless you consider
Frederick Seidel’s
custom-made
Ducati

or can recall
Paul Farley’s
howl
for the beleaguered
mainstream

(about which
Simon Turner
has some
pertinent comments)

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Roberto Bolaño in Mexico

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My Thieves
(actually, Ethan Paquin’s)

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“I liked
his funny poems
the best”

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Lyrics that turn liquid

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mediaeval verse-forms are like little windows

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Science fiction science faction:
a big video of a
talk by Bruce Sterling

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A seriously olde dictionary

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The on-line challenge
of Arabic fonts

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Le Jazz YouTube

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Mr. Brannon has carved out a niche
between classic Conceptualism …
and the fragmented borrowing of Language poetry”

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Anonymous street art

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Appearing
at Museo del Barrio

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Susan Philipsz
in Tokyo

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The market for imaginary Pollocks
heats up

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A “masterpiece-driven market

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The neighbors smell a rat
or maybe a horse

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Shovel this

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Stupid Artist Tricks:
First Prize

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