Wednesday, May 30, 2007

 

Sarah Hannah
took her life
last Wednesday

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Lydia Davis
in translation

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Rae Armantrout
in
The Nation
(subscription required)

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The writing of
Omani women

Nasra al Adawi’s blog

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Bill Moyers
talks with
Maxine Hong Kingston

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The Inky reviews
the Pulitzer-winning
volume of verse

& an interview
with Natasha Trethewey

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A profile
of Erica Funkhouser

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Jack’s back!

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Burning books
without a permit

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Time to define
literary criticism

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Günter Grass:
How I spent the war

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Dangerous poetry

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Ondaatje’s fiction

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Robert Kelly explains
the Annandale Dream Gazette

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Do databases have a sense of humor?
Amazon recommends
that if you buy
Ed Dorn’s
Way More West
you should also buy
my own
The Age of Huts (compleat)

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Trying to document
the growth of
Guyanese poetry

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Maltese
renaissance

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Martín Espada
gives a
commencement address

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Celebrating
the new
Konkani
poets

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Len Roberts
has passed away

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The latest
from
Donald Hall

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Yet another article
bemoaning
the loss
of indie imprints

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Was C. Day-Lewis
as dashing
as Daniel?

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This week’s
bookstore obits
come from
Manitowoc, WI
&
Arvada, CO

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Wondering just how quiet
Quietude should be

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Neo Rauch
at the Met

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