Wednesday, July 11, 2007

 

Ruth Stone
succeeds
Grace Paley
as Vermont State Poet

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Petrarch
& Brad Paisley

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Talking with
Chinua Achebe

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An Irish poet
”at least as important as Heaney”

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Translating
Cathal O' Searcaigh
into Nepalese

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Mahmoud Darwish
returns to Haifa

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Librarians:
the next generation

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Plus
libraries
in the digital age

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Poetry on TV

Greg Djanikian
on NewsHour

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Harry Northup & Holly Prado
among the poets on
The Moe Green Poetry Hour
Thursday, July
12
7 PM
Pacific Time

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Clemente Padin
on Dick Higgins
(en español)

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Are blogs
killing
the newspaper critics?

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A history of
the late
Gotham Book Mart

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Best poem
set in a southern
junkyard”

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Frackin’ A

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The Avant Writing Collection
at
Ohio State

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Potentially,
a very important ruling by
the Supreme Court
that snuck by
without much public attention

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Robert Pinsky
on blank verse

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Talkin’ ‘bout a revolution….”

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Michael Lally’s
promoting
the work of
a serious prose neglectorino,
Dale Herd

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Putting checklists
on book covers

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A profile of cowboy poet
Baxter Black

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Two Canadian poets

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Reading
Jimmy Santiago Baca
in Wichita

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Shelley
& the god-like power
of the imagination

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The Washington Post
gets around to reviewing
Günter Grass’
”confession”
as well as
running a
5-paragraph
excerpt

A more positive review
in the Chron

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Censorship
& “self-critiicism”

in Chinese fiction

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A profile of Jeff Rath

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The education of
Max Hell

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The New York Times
acknowledges
the passing
of Philip Booth

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More fawning
o’er
feeble Fables

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Talking with
Sean Thomas Dougherty

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Afaa Michael Weaver
in Taiwan

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A sober man
looks at a thistle

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Imaginary bands
for authors

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Belgian ISP
found legally responsible
for illegal filesharing

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Fonts
in music notation

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The mysterious music career
of Mingering Mike

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When Nessum Dorma
became
Messum Dorma

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Photography curator
John Szarkowski
has died

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Ladies who launch

Chez Bushwick

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American Art 2.0

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The Berlin art scene
as viewed from LA

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Creativity & madness,
the latest round

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Freeman Dyson
on
Biotech

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