Saturday, June 02, 2007

 


photo © 2006 by Gordon Ball (Courtesy of Jacket)

A fabulous
photo essay
on Allen Ginsberg & Co.
by Gordon Ball

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50 years ago this week,
Howl
was busted
in Britain

§

A history & exhibition
of
The Fugs

§

The dog & pony show
is in
New York

&
on line

§

What’s your font?

§

The number of titles
published each year
is nearing
300,000

§

Gabriel García Márquez
goes home

§

Bye-bye Beckett

§

Magee’s Emerson
as the founding father
of flarf

§

Talking with Jack Mapanje,
poet & one-time
political prisoner
of
Malawi

§

Asked
if they’d read any
good books lately
,
Dave Eggers
lists C.D. Wright
&
Edwidge Danticat
lists Nikki Giovanni

§

Talking with
George Bowering

& more talk

§

William Meredith,
one of the quietest
of the School of Quietude,
has died

§

Geoffrey G. O’Brien
on
John Ashbery’s “Clepsydra”

§

Poet under Glass

§

The importance
of destroying a language
(your own)

§

Mark Harris
has died

§

Talking with
Eleni Sikelianos

§

On the Road
(Swiss version)

§

Interfaces + Recursion
= Language?

§

Talking with
Orhan Pamuk

§

Against
the idea
of poetry

§

Paul Portuges
on 2Pac

§

Talking with
Allison Knowles

§

An oral history
of the
Subtext
reading series

§

More on the life
& death of
Sarah Hannah

§

Talking with
Billy Collins

§

Howard Zinn
on the end
of newspaper
book reviews

§

Atlanta’s daily
drops its critics

The Atlanta
Journal-Constitution

defends
its arts coverage

while it’s laid-off
book reviewer
gets a job

§

BEA
considers
the future (if any)
of book reviews

§

Who controls
an author’s
estate
?

§

The close connection
between
business & poetry

§

The Poetry Foundation
wins a webby

§

Novelists slum
in the New Gutter

§

Dialog as critique:
Vernon Fraser & Kirpal Gordon
on
Michael Rothenberg

§

PENNsound
makes it to
the leader’s quadrant
of
New York Mag’s
Approval Matrix

§

Literary Idol

§

Dada, Gary Snyder
& environmental action

§

A profile of
Nancy Botkin

§

Jim Behrle
on the website of Poetry:
The Ex-Laureates

§

Getting wild & crazy
at Poetry

§

Giving up poetry
for politics

§

Today in literature

§

A profile of
David Malouf

§

Where are the children’s books
denouncing gay rights,
affirmative action
& promoting gun ownership?

§

Why Hal Meyerson
is the best
political columnist
in the
USA

§

Yoshi’s
pulls
a commemorative
but not representative
CD

§

Talking with
Richard Serra

& a profile
of the retrospective
at MoMA

§

A seriously
pre-digital
camera

§

Joe Goode
in
Humansville

§

Yoko Ono
eats a corgi

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