Wednesday, June 27, 2007

 

The book machine

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Poet Rahim al-Maliki
killed in Baghdad blast

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Coming to Rushdie’s defense
in Pakistan

but not in The West

The New York Times
speaks up
in Rushdie’s defense
sorta

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Two readings by Joe Ceravolo
(MP3s)

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Rediscovering
Egbert Martin

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Janine Pommy Vega –
not a delicate creature

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Jack Spicer
reading
Language
(MP3)

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Faculty Status at Antioch Campuses

Campus

Full-Time Tenured

Full-Time Tenure Track

Full-Time Non-Tenure Track

Part-Time

Antioch College

26

13

7

0

Los Angeles

0

0

18

5

McGregor (distance education)

0

0

27

57

New England

0

0

43

92

Santa Barbara

0

0

7

57

Seattle

0

0

36

79

Guess which campus is closing?

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JT Leroy
is busted

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Why so many archives
go to Austin

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Maxwell Corydon Wheat, Jr.
gets more attention
for having his
Nassau County
laureateship
nixed

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Creeley & Stein’s translator
brings Scottish poetry
to
Brazil

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What the collapse
of AMS/PGW
means to the large
independent publishers

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Two readings by
John Godfrey
(MP3s)

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A new poetry column
in the News & Observer
of
Raleigh, Durham & Chapel Hill, NC
tries to quiet down
all that
Lucipo-Desert City stuff

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Philip Lopate
on
Lenny Michaels

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The American Iliad

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Poets picking poets
(plus a book
from a working-class hero
who just happens
to be married
to Dorianne Laux)

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A U.S. obit
for
Nazek Al Malaika

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Jessica Fischer,
Yale Younger Poet
& the latest
protégé
of Milosz & Hass

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Concluding
online publication
of a book
on Oromo poetry

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Home of the Hoosier Poet

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Poems about
”byres, beds, bogs and bicycles,
weather, townlands,
candlesticks
and a council pump”

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The Gioia of reading
on CNN

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One of the stranger ideas
on how to fund poetry

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Librarians vs. the FBI

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Galway Kinnell
at 80

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This poet is earning
an MD

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David Harsent’s Selected Poems
dealt with
in under 200 words

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My place was always
left-center, a little to the rear

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Roberto Bolaño
as seen from the
U.K.

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Being Shelley

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Littlefoot:
a poem by Charles Wright

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A prize for poetry
in Ireland

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The Poetry Circle of the Air:
on Maxine Kumin

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True poetry is always noble and moral

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The letters of
A.E. Housman

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Maja Ratkje
live in Paris

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The ordinary reader

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Fighting to save
internet radio

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Summer o’ Love
redux

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