Saturday, June 23, 2007

 

Juan Ramón Jiménez:
sex with the nuns

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Poetry from Guantanamo
(video,
may require subscription
to the Wall Street Journal)

An article about the book
in which these poems appear

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37 years in exile,
Iraqi poet
Nazek Al Malaika
dies in Cairo

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Juliana Spahr’s
The Transformation

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You do the math:
parataxis
in John Ashbery & Lyn Hejinian

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A review of Hettie Jones

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Rescuing Canadian neglectorinos

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Interviewing Charles Bernstein
from
Bengal

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Made Beautiful by Use

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Chris Stroffolino,
pro-Beatnik

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Why is Rushdie a knight?

Why he should be

Nominating committee
proves clueless

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JT Leroy
appears
at his/her trial

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Librarian fending off
the attack of
the Blog People

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Pimp my Bookcart!

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Remembering Michael Hamburger

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The teacher who slams

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Implications
of the decline
in newspaper critics

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According to HFN,
the Home Furnishing News
trade mag,
Barnes & Noble is testing
furniture sales

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Harvard Book Store
hits 75

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Translating Urdu poetry

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A Fringe Fest
for London’s Book Expo

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The Great British Novel:
a contradiction in terms?

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Flannery O’Connor,
Betty Hester
(& Brad Gooch!)

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Seeking the 19th century
for expats in Osaka

The real (19th century) deal
in Boston

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One free book
for each 11-year-old
in the country

(now about their parents…)

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Aiming to spoil
Harry Potter

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E-paper inches closer

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Gioia at Stanford:
art before celebrity

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The cult of the amateur 2.0

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The boy who would not speak

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Stephen Vincent’s
brief career
as an installation

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Art student
strikes gold

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Like Bambi
in a bloodbath

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Who’s at Documenta

& who
wishes they weren’t

The NY Times
takes it more seriously

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Peter Schjeldahl
on the
Venice Biennale

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Seeing red
on
Mount Blanc

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Form failing function
puts modernist architecture
at risk

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People in glass houses
dot dot dot

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The naked museum

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Learning to really hate
John Zorn

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