Sunday, July 29, 2007

 

For sale:
An “Objectivists” Anthology
(buy it now: $1399)

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Katherine Hayles
on the future
of paper

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Adios to the academic monograph?

University Publishing
in a
Digital Age
(PDF)

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Why publishers
pass on
masterpieces

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Cell phone
comic book

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This week’s
death-of-a-bookstore
piece
comes from
Monterey, California

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“Bookstore Barcaloungers”
are disappearing

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Book tours
of corporate offices

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Changes in the offing
at the
Big NYPL

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Felix “NjonjonjoKatsoka,
a
Malawi poet,
thinking through verse
in books & electronic media.

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Better late than never:
LA Times obit
for Sekou Sundiata

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A tribute to
Len Roberts

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Yves Bonnefoy
in
Melbourne
& song

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Talking with
Alexander Solzhenitsyn

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The Columbia Anthology
of Modern Japanese Literature,
Vol. 2

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Translating
Zbignew Herbert

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A portrait of
Tamar Yoseloff

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Culling your books

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An Argentine novel
of Emily Dickinson

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5 School of Quietude
nature poets
in 6 paragraphs & 389 words

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Montana Poetry Day
in
New Zealand

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An anthology of literature
in “non-standard”
English

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Last of the
Cromarty fisher
dialect

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A profile of
Darren Henry,
Guyanese poet

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Parking Day
is coming

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The old question
of which version
is “real”
gets more complicated
with respect to
Bob Dylan

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Junie B.
& the language police

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Reading bedtime stories
can be hard

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Still more
on the plight of
book reviewers

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The NuPoet Collective
of
Saginaw, MI

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Summer reading,
Toronto style

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Analyzing
Bush’s speech
at the Charleston AFB
Charleston, SC

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Firing
Ward Churchill

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As Yogi Berra
said of the
Barnes Foundation . . .

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Monda’s mondo

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Architectural
basket cases

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A show for
Anthony Caro

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A Belgian couple
funds a new
center for visual arts
in Beijing

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Ricardo Favela
has died

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