Sunday, July 15, 2007

 

This week’s
death-of-a-bookstore
article
comes from
Star Books,
Madison, Wisconsin

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Mahmoud Darwish
back in Haifa

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Geof Huth
on
Aram Saroyan

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An economist argues
the ideal length
for copyright
is 14 years

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Remembering
Gilbert Sorrentino

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An anthology
of poetry
from Botswana

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Terry Eagleton
buries
Brit Lit

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Eros, sex
& teaching English

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Newspaper critics
ought to review
more chapbooks

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Reviews of
Vincent Katz,
Kristen Prevallet
& Ed Foster

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Doing away
with Dewey

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A “ginormous
year

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What is
gray lit?

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Emerson + O’Hara
=
Hiram Larew

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A very silly
but positive
piece
on Zbignew Herbert

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A review of
E. Ethelbert Miller

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Mentorship
in poetry
& other professions

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Tracie Morris
collaborating with
Charles Bernstein

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Remembering
Trane

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Bergman’s
island

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David Levi Strauss:
Images & magic

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Seeing Richard Tuttle

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A review of
Joseph Cornell
with a terrific
little slideshow

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One last attempt
to save
the Barnes Foundation

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Rosalyn Drexler
talking with
John Yau
which reminds me
of
Roberta Fallon’s interview
here

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