Tuesday, July 03, 2007

 

Gloria Helfgott,
one of the first great
contemporary book artists,
has died

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The Tom Phillips
fetishism project

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The UPI obit
for Mary Ellen Solt

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Barrett Watten
visits
Buchenwald

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100 years
of Gertrude & Alice

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Shanna Compton
deconstructs
Curtis Faville
over POD publishing

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Like a Prisoner of Soft Words

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Like Something Flying Backwards:
a big selected poems
for C.D. Wright
in the
U.K.

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The NYR of Books
on
Roberto Bolaño

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Is poetry
the new black?

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Accessibility
vs.
difficulty
in Nigerian poetry

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Endangered sound patterns

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The largest Federal literature program
since the WPA

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A collective book review
of Brenda Hillman

by Marjorie Welish, Graham Foust, Evie Shockley,
C.D. Wright, Forrest Gander, Carol Snow,
Robert Hass, Michael Davidson, Claudia Keelan,
Robert Kaufman, Norma Cole, Marjorie Perloff,
Geoffrey G. O’Brien, Juliana Spahr, Calvin Bedient,
Reginald Shepherd, Cole Swensen, Elizabeth Robinson,
Nathaniel Tarn, Bin Ramke, Donald Revell,
Patricia Dienstfrey & Michael Palmer

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Four feminist poets
from Tamil

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Poetry
at Juvenile Hall

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Channeling
Carol Muske-Dukes

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JT Leroy’s
real secret:
she can write

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Phillip K. Dick’s
canonization
continues

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A memoir of minimalism

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Another tribute
to
Lenny Michaels

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Writers workshops
for indigenous peoples

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Remembering
Ayyappa Paniker,
Malayalam modernist

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Talking with
David Ray

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The song collector

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To dream
the impossible dream

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The Publisher’s Weekly
review of

The Age of Huts (compleat)
uncut

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Poetry & Second Life

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Robert Pinsky
on
Carl Phillips

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Poetry as beach reading,
a conservative U.K. view

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Kermode on Housman

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Poetry
why bother?

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Publishing
why bother?

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Talking with
Jane Alberdeston Coralin

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Fractured fairy tales

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Closing Antioch:
Where goeth the archives?

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OSU Press
putting the backlist online

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Chase Twitchell
against the egg-heads

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Finish These Sentences

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The latest
Wikipedia vs. research nonsense

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Art
and/or
words

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The legacy of
Hélio Oitícica

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The importance now
of the London
art market

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Street art escapades
(there’s a reason
they call it
Dumbo)

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A ‘Nobel Prize”
for manga

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An Eames
centennial

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Dylan plays Woodstock

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A profile of
Ornette Coleman

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The Family Jewels

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My species,
my self

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