Wednesday, June 13, 2007

 

Merwin or McKuen,
you decide

And even more

(I always thought
Rod was better
than that)

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Ousmane Sembène,
the great African filmmaker
& novelist,
has died

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Lee Nagrin
has died

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Richard Rorty
has died

Habermas on Rorty

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Outsourcing journalism:
the next fun fad?

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Why arts coverage
in daily papers
matters

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Nicholas Kristof’s
Iraq Poetry Contest

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Sheila E. Murphy
interviewing
Peter Ganick

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Deep Oakland

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More on the laureate’s revolt
of
Long Island

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Children’s laureate’s
radical idea –
books!

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Remix theory

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Copyright as code

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This year’s
Pew Fellows

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Voldemort’s revenge

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Greg Djanikian’s
latest book

The “Armenian Reznikoff”
is that rarest of creatures,
a poet who went to my high school

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Things fall apart,
but the Booker Prize
goes to
Chinua Achebe

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The god of poetry

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Do excerpts sell books?

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“Our state's libraries'
greatest patron
since Andrew Carnegie.”

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ease
awes

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Andrew Keen
wants to be the next
Hilton Kramer
but it won’t work

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Lit bloggers
are generally pissed-off

(What is it Sartre says
about the political value
of resentment?)

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as necessary as toast

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Maria Mazziotti Gillan.
executive director
of the
Poetry Center
at
Passaic County Community College,
Paterson, NJ

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Evicting small presses
from Richard Hugo House

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The AA Independent Press Guide

(AA in this instance
refers to
Acid Angel)

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Talking with
Farideh Hassanzadeh

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Poetry &/or patriotism
in Iran

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Concerning Martin Amis
declaration
that poetry is in decline

(maybe he means
his kind of poetry)

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Remembering William Meredith

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Haiku,
honku,
health

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Discovering a new poet,
Wallace Stevens

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Turkish
vispo

& more

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When bad things
happen to good people,
the Bureau of Prisons
bans books

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The Rupert Brooke market
deflates

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Fiction software tools

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Reviving Leonard Michaels
(one of the great
writers
of short fiction)

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Billy Collins’
editor
departs

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Art in the outback

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Immigration
as
performance

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Truth, advertising,
art poop

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Dishing it out
but not taking it

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Monument
to
Sol Lewitt

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