Wednesday, April 11, 2007

 

Talking collage
with John Ashbery

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Patchen Fest!

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A great little note
on the origins
of the
School o’ Quietude

from
Andover, NH

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A profile of Artie Gold,
the late, great
Anglophone poet of
Montreal

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Talking
Noah
Eli
Gordon

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“away with buttons lips underwater”

Noah Eli Gordon
on
Clark Coolidge’s
Bond Sonnets

You can find
Bond Sonnets
online here

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Chris McCreary on Graham Foust

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Mark Scroggins & John Latta
on
The Grand Piano

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Talking with
Martín Espada

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Same national poetry month,
different nation

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A celebration of the centennial of
Parvin E’tesami,
a major woman poet
from Iran

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My reign is done
& you can now
nominate
The Poet Laureate
of the Blogosphere 2007
here

Jilly Dybka & I,
as previous winners,
are not eligible

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The Poet Laureate
of New Bedford, MA

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An omnibus review
that covers
all the bases –
Michael O’Brien, Franz Wright,
Charles North, Elaine Equi
& more –
by William Corbett

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Stephen Burt
on
The Imaginary Poets

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A review of
Pam Rehm & Michael O’Brien

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“While Ochester
is proud of the poets he's published,
he's not about to anoint any
of them as being
for the ages”

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The eco-poetics of
Helen Dunmore

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"it's a metaphor, you know,
it's not literally a novel about poets.
It's about poetic temperament in the world.
It's romantic.
It's about young idealists
coming up against
corruption and tragedy."

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It came from Helvetica

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A profile of
Erica Funkhouser,
one of the new
Guggenheim Fellows

Funkhouser’s PBS moment

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Another Cody’s
bites the dust

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In Atlanta,
the aptly named
Chapter 11
goes from 16 bookstores
to just one

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Putting Baudelaire
into iambic pentameter

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Ada Limón’s
big verse narrative

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Brad Leithauser
on the social functions
of poetry,
1880-1950

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Cat sells autobiography
for $1.25 million

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Just getting to an open reading
can be an event

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BillyBlog
(aka Bill Cohen)
has a big collection
of mostly signed
Poetry-in-Motion posters
& is running one a day
for the month of April

(click on them
to see versions
large enough to read)

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Keats in love

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Dante the detective

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Ovid, Bob Dylan
&
Best New Zealand Poems

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"It's not the same old coffee house folk crap"

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40 years of college freshmen

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An appreciation of Sol LeWitt
with a good slide show
of his work

plus a detailed obit
sans pics
from the LA Times

an even larger obit
from the
Hartford Courant

& an excellent blog by Tyler Green

A forthcoming retrospective
at Mass MoCA

Phyllis Tuchman
on the
New York 12

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The arts scene in Omaha

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In Montreal,
a retrospective of Maurice Denis,
the modernist time forgot

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Painting Madonna

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A review of Ballets Russes
(which I agree is
a must-see documentary)

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