Tuesday, June 05, 2007

 

Stalin greets the Muse

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Ken Rumble
is the latest addition
to Kate Greenstreet’s
first-book
interview blog

Cold Front review
of aforementioned
first book

& another
from Mathias Svalina

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The Age of Rhetoric

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A profile
(from the UK)
of Jonathan Lethem

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Your next
pen & paper?

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Techno tsunami
floods
Book Expo

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Laureate nixed
over peace poems

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Edwidge Danticat:
Marie Micheline

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The slam poet
whose day job
is working as
a school security guard

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Dan Chiasson
on Les Murray
in The New Yorker

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Robert Pinsky
on burning books

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23-year-old wins
the Urdd Eisteddfod,
a poetry slam
dating back to
1176
(not a typo)

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BS from abroad:
” the unmistakable heir
of the Emerson and Whitman
who so ecstatically
hymned flux”
(being of course
the least
Whitman-like author
alive)

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An assistant editor
for The American Conservative
reviews
a School of Quietude Poet
for Rev. Moon’s
Washington Times

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A review of
the most pompous
translator
of our time

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Poetry of
the Six-Day War

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The Pretenders

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Speed dating for book proposals

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More newspapers
have begun
laying off arts critics

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Caribbean poetry
published in Zimbabwe

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What Ray Bradbury
thought he wrote

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The Poetry Society of Oklahoma
hosts confab
of the like-minded

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Poetry over pistols

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Daniel Libeskind
& the building
as
open sore

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The garden of
Philip Johnson

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Tracy Emin,
Biennale Queen

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Peter Schjeldahl
on
Richard Serra

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Barry Schwabsky
on
Gordon Matta-Clark
(subscription required)

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