Saturday, June 16, 2007

 

A guide to
Chinua Achebe

Chimimanda Ngozi Adichie
on Achebe

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Today is Bloomsday!

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Talking with
Downriver Dan
Featherston

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Pol tries to explain
his support for
the
Long Island laureate

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Is poetry “the news”?
Jena Osman on
the Poethics
of the Found Text

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Bronzing the dead

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Finally
those Boots of Spanish Leather

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Dear Bob…

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Writers who rock,
rockers who write

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Ti Jean’s scroll
goes home to Lowell

On the Road
as your summer travel guide

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Sir Salman

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American Poets in the 21st Century:
another POV

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Poetry and/or nationalism

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Pierre Joris
responds to my footnote
re Poems for the Millennium
Vol 2

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Why the Pirahã
don’t have numbers

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The joy
of used books

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Celebrating the 100th birthday of
Antonio Delfini
by awarding
a lifetime achievement prize
to Tom Raworth

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a poet as much as
(or even more than)
…a novelist”

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DieKu
is tombstone haiku

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Another nice obit
for
Richard Rorty

Rorty’s last interview
is in the new Progressive

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Three women poets
of the
Harlem Renaissance

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Lee Nagrin’s
last laugh

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A conference on
the history of
Tamil poetry

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Beowulf
the comic

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ePoetry 2007

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A podcast series
of Filipino poetry

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Celebrating the bicentennial
of John Greenleaf Whittier

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At night Chinamen jump
&
what really happens

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Robert Penn Warren:
fighting the Enlightenment

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Talking with
Marilyn Shelton

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Reading Akhmatova
in Tehran

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Translation wins
”best novel in English”
award

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A perfect prescription
for bad poetry:

”larger themes
with lyric intensity”

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A changing of the guard
in Pleasanton

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Talking with
Tony Hoagland

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A Calder breeds dragons
in the DC ‘burbs

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The street sculptures
of Mark Jenkins
mostly are made of
Scotch Tape

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This list of
the 5 most beautiful
museums in America

(exteriors only)
includes a former
box factory

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