Sunday, May 13, 2007

 
The sonnet
is a sewing-machine
for the monostich


Ian Hamilton Finlay’s
neons
close today
at Victoria Miro
in
London
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(with a good link list
of responses & reviews)
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The Divine Comedy
translated as a
limerick


Thank you,
Dr. Alphabet!
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(They’re trying to
invent
PENNsound
& doing a rather
feeble job of it)
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“Until the 1960s,
to be interested in British poetry
meant to be interested in American poetry,
and vice-versa.”
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The Better Business Bureau
picks up
where
Foetry
leaves off
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Kate Moss,
the font
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Nobody since Pound
has used
as many languages
in his poetry
as does
Kevin Magee
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John Donne,
Ann Donne,
Undone
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The Poetry Flash
reading series
restarts
at
Berkeley City College
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Poetry in the schools
as if you mean it
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Poetry & deafness
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