Wednesday, June 20, 2007

 

Coming to the Bowery Poetry Club
Saturday, June 23
(also, Boston, Cambridge, Danbury,
Nyack & back in NYC
over the next ten days),
the great folk ensemble
of Tuva,
Alash

I heard them jamming on Monday
with members of
the Sun Ra Arkestra,
& it was,
to quote
Krishna,
”mind blowing”

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A Barbara Guest
festschrift

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Harryette Mullen
will be judging
the 2008 Kore Press
First Book Award

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Extensive documents from
Cambridge Experimental Women’s
Poetry Festival

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Hannah Weiner
reading from
Spoke
(MP3)

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Death of the Chelsea Hotel

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The Wind Shifts:
The New Latino Poetry

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Ted Berrigan
interviewed by
Lyn Hejinian & Kit Robinson
(MP3)

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Nigerian performance poetry
in
Huddersfield, U.K.

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Bringing Ketjak
to
San Francisco

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PENNsound’s
Jack Spicer page
has added a reading of
The Holy Grail

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Poetry “on the road
in Tel Aviv

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All of Ulysses
on MP3s
(total running time
32 hours
39 minutes
1 second)

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On Rushdie’s knighthood,
Iran is not amused
& Pakistan’s not too happy either

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Our national philosopher

Todd Gitlin on Richard Rorty

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Tales
from the Futurists’
Woodstock

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Suing
JT Leroy

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My vocabulary,
my self

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On not loving books

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Spatial cognition
& its expression
in language & gesture

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Buffaloney

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Michael Hamburger
has died

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The discontent
of
Nassau county, NY
o’er the nixing
of its laureate

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A national gathering
of
poets laureate

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Talking with
the Poet Laureate
of Indiana

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On the pantoume

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Type as art

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Giving up your art

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The journalist as poet:
Eliza Griswold

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The poet as commencement speaker:
Dana Gioia

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A profile of
Charles Guenther,
the
St. Louis translator
& critic,
who in 1958
was one of the first
to celebrate Howl

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A last reading
for a dying poet

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Homophonic translations
from the Chinese

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A profile of
Diesel Books

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Providence
bookstore
rescued

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You want your books
displayed?

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Poems about poetry

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Toward a political sociology
of Oromo literature

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Military women:
a call to submit

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Remembering
Mayadhar Mansingh

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Misery lit

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A Tess Gallagher book
appears in the
U.K.

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Praying
to an absent God

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New poems
by Annie Freud

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Celebrating the life of Ted Hughes

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Rescuing MoMA,
rescuing sculpture

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The Worst Art Show Ever

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Compiling
The Big Red Songbook

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You are beautiful

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Changing history, changing names

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Conservapedia

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The Failed States Index

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