Saturday, June 09, 2007

 

The National Poetry Map

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Kenny Goldsmith’s Traffic
now available
as a book

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Tim Peterson’s
report
of the Gil Ott
memorial reading

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For $250,
you can walk across
the Brooklyn Bridge

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Google’s “Book Project
(aka Pirates of Silicon Valley)
is joined by
the
University of Chicago
& the 11 schools
in the
“Big Ten”

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Emory offers
a different model
for digitizing its library,
one that respects copyright

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And then
there is the other extreme,
Mr. Joyce

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Direct democracy
comes to
Long Island:
Nassau poets
take laureateship
into their own hands

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A profile of
Ken Babstock

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Poets & the chronicler
of Avenue A

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A profile of
Dan Waber
&
Jennifer Hill-Kaucher

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500 years of Hebrew poetry
from Spain

translated by Peter Cole
& reviewed by
Harold Bloom

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Slamming at
the House of Hunger

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The West Chester
Poetry Conference
is at it again

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The Poet Laureate
of
Alexandria, VA

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Leonard Nathan,
a poet who taught rhetoric at
Berkeley,
has died

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The Griffin Prize:
No one under 65
need apply

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What’s new in the dictionary
over on the islands

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Remembering
Ponatshego Mokane

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Book Expo
for a small market

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Music critics
are getting the ax also

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A review of
Zoe Strauss’
first New York solo show

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Two photos by
Nick Ut
taken on the same day
35 years apart

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