Sunday, August 05, 2007

 

Absurdism’s apotheosis:
Daniil Kharms
in The New Yorker

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Clayton Eshleman
on translating
César Vallejo

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Saigon 1964
or
Baghdad 2007?

A poem by
Tran Da Tu,
translated by Linh Dinh

Plus,
from Tinfish,
Linh Dinh on translation

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Practical arithmetic
& the sport
of translation

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Barrett Watten’s
Plasma, Parallèles, “X”
back in print
in French

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Talking with
Stephen Vincent

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Charles Simic,
the people’s poet,”
also won
$100,000
the same day
he was named as Laureate –
not bad!

Politics
& the PLOTUS

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Levi Asher
has a scarier idea
for Poet Laureate

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In Seattle,
the Poet Populist
reads
for City Council
committee meetings

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Aura Estrada,
Columbia Ph.D. student
& critic of
Borges & Bolaño,
has died

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The police raid
Poetry Foundation
party

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A profile of
Amiri Baraka

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The origins
of language

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What’s in a word?

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A profile of
Musa Okwonga

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Conflict
in the
Cleveland slam scene

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The National Slam
Championship
has come to Austin

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A U.K. anthology
of
Soul poetry

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An interview with
Mary Ann Caws

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The Waste Land
and its impact on
Spring and All

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The world’s oldest
LGBT bookstore
turns 40

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A review of
the selected works of
Shin Yu Pai

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Aaron Douglas:
African-American Modernist

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Black Mountain now

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Jon Carroll
doesn’t think
Billy Collins
dumbs it down enough

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Finding the balance
in
Russian-American
poetics

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The Theresa Duncan-Jeremy Blake
suicides
get even stranger

Police seek help
identifying Blake’s body

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Dannie Abse
book
for his late wife

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Noah Eli Gordon
reviews
Joseph Lease

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Coming this fall:
a bpNichol reader,
The Alphabet Game

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Monkey Monkey Badger

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A contrary view
of Ed Dorn’s
Way More West

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Poetry:
you may already
be a
winner

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“Poetry is like a boat –
it has to float

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A profile of
Lee Konitz

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Close Radio:
111 works
in streaming sound
from visual, conceptual
& performance artists
of the 1970s

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Links to
3,687
visual poetry sites

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& raise a glass
to the memory
of
Tommy Makem!

& to double-bassist
Art Davis!

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