Wednesday, August 15, 2007

 

The itinerant
poet-librarian

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Talking with
Eleni Sikelianos

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A profile of
Past Tents Press
(one of whose books
we recently reviewed
here)

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Author attacked in India
for writing about
“honor killings”

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A new font
means
a new idea

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Talking with
Catherine Wagner

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They’re big
in
Japan

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A New Yorker profile
of Philip K. Dick

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University of Arizona
Poetry Center
gets a new home

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Günter Grass
in America

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Talking with
Alison Knowles

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Lunch with
Paul Muldoon

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Robert Pinsky
on
Charles Simic

A Simic poem
in The New Yorker

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A home
for books

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Talking with
William Gibson

Even more talking
with William Gibson

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Fear of poetry

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Talking with Nick Laird

“better known for his marriage
than his writing

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A new Wilfred Owen

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A profile of
Peter Abbs

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Carol Ann Duffy
on Dannie Abse

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The “best writer of poetry in English
& other hallucinations

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This week’s
death-of-a-bookstore announcement
comes from New Jersey

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New books from
the School of Quietude

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When Quietists
debunk awards

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The End of the Alphabet

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Landscape
& Anthony Hecht

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Elizabeth Murray
has passed away

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The why
of a new museum
for contemporary art

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And why
The New Criterion
hates contemporary art

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A profile
of the
Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music

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Minimal music,
maximum pushback

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Tom Johnson’s
The Voice of New Music
(PDF)

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The known unknowns

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The privilege
of the present

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