Wednesday, May 23, 2007

 

Dancing on Hippie Hill, Golden Gate Park (Photo by Robert Altman)

Summer of Love
40 years later --
Michael McClure’s
memory

Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s
recollection

Wavy Gravy

Mountain Girl

Woz

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Altered books
&
shrunken ones

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Weird poetry videos

(looks better on
Internet Explorer)

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An argument
for copyright protection
that never ends

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When is a book
out of print?

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What Susan Schultz
is reading

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Lydia Davis:
the story
as logic poem

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Reading Gao Xingjian
in the People’s Republic

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Ain’t gonna work on
David Wojahn’s
farm
no more

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A Kurdish poet
reads to parliament
in the
U.K.

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Shrink lit

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Serious vs. accessible

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“Apparently not all poets
are dour, driven creatures.”

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The poetry police

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Canada’s
greatest unknown poet

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The best defense
of Ed Dorn
yet

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The novel that ate
Ralph Ellison

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Death of a bookseller

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Writing a eulogy

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Shakespeare’s politics

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Baseball haiku

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Striving for the ordinary

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the contemplation of nature
at his homes in
Key West
and an 80-acre wooded spread
in Cummington, Mass


(why the School of Quietude
is so quiet)

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Stalin, the poet

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How a song
commissioned by
Czar Nicholas I

played a significant role
in the careers of
both
Pete Seeger
&
Irving Berlin

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From Pope to Burns
them well-wrought urns
start to look
wobbly & crack’d

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The poetry of
John Ash

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Why the rash
of literary festivals?

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“a dreamy urgency…

The feeling is not gloomy,
but a gentle and haunted

Unornamented and intimate”

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Catullus remembered
by a poet
who dares to
Wild Civility

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Talking with
Amy E. Laub

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Chatting with
Chatterji

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Sexism 101:

Torontoist calls her
Velocity Girl

The Literary Wife

Mom, This Poem’s for You

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The exhibition
you could almost see

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On the road
with Merce Cunningham

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Daniel Libeskind:
from accordions
to architecture

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