Wednesday, May 09, 2007

 

My name is Jerry
and I’m a poet

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Talking with
Barry Schwabsky

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The affairs of
C. Day-Lewis

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Patti Smith
in The New Yorker:
an allegory
for Virginia Tech

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A profile
of PENNsound

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The two Shakespeares

& a third

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Lucille Clifton
has received
the Ruth Lilly prize

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Tumbleweed
& the Taco Shop Poets

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Anti-elegy
for
Ebereonwu

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Libraries,
zines
& one-shots

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Libraries,
the digital divide
& Bill Gates

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The future
of book reviews

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The risk
in reviews

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A profile of
newspaper readers
on the web

§

Rigoberto Gonzáles
on
Juan Morales

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Hofmann’s
Deutschland

§

The Selected Poems
of Derek Walcott

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Gulzar
celebrates
Amrita Pritam

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A eulogy
for Jakov Lind

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Brodsky
vs.
Brodsky

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Deborah Garrison
is ba-ack

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Famous
neglectorinos
?

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Elaine Feinstein’s
elegy
to her husband

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Les Murray
thought of
as an avant Brit

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Talking with
Ted Kooser

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What
the workers
want

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This takes the prize

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Talking with
Linda Gregerson

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Julia Kristeva
on
Ségolène Royal

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Art and the State

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All about Banksy

§

Takashi Murakami
at
Gagosian

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Memo to Self:
If you want to get
a lot of angry emails,
say something nice
about Jorie Graham

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