Saturday, August 18, 2007

 

Photo by Helen Adam

Better late than never:
a superb bio-page
for Jack Spicer
on the
Academy of American Poets
website

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The Lessons of
On the Road

Dozens of covers
for On the Road
including Kerouac’s own design

Review of The Scroll

1957 New York Times
reviews of
On the Road
(PDFs)

Why Kerouac matters

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Three articles
on
Liam Rector’s
suicide

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Bangladeshi writer
indicted
for criticizing
”honor killings”

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Pakistani poet
Khalid Alig
has died

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Vincent Katz
interviews
Jerome Sala

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The logo of
Metropolitan Market
in
Seattle
appears to have been
stolen
from
Aram Saroyan

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Poetry & Adolescence:
the introduction
to Stephen Burt’s
The Forms of Youth
(PDF)

Bob Dylan
&
the adolescent sublime
(by Charles Bernstein)

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Three Women
of the
Harlem Renaissance

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Robert Creeley
reviewed by
Arkadii Dragoshchenko

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Doug Lang
on
Michael Lally

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Talking with
Leevi Lehto

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An e-bookstore for poetry
that is decidedly
not
U.S.-centric

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A dozen new bookstores
opened last month

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In Australia, Angus & Robertson
has a new idea –
demand extra payments
from publishers

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Paintings & drawings
of
Sylvia Plath

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Marjorie Perloff
on
Guy Davenport

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More on Sally Crabtree,
poet of the trains

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Collage
& Alice Notley

Talking with Alice

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Michael Palmer:
Poetry & Contingency

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The final fiction
of
Edgar Allan Poe

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International Book City

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A theory of
book jackets
(note the bit about
distressing fonts)

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Les Murray & Ted Hughes

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Pentagon poetics

Plus
no authors’ tour
for
Guantanamo poets

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Phil Rizzuto,
inadvertent poet,
has passed on

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A new volume
from Geoffrey Hill

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The hidden cost
of newspaper cuts

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The gonzo legacy
of Hunter Thompson’s
widow

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Hands talking

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Albert Goldbarth:
The Poem as Prediction

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Alan Bennett
& Norman Mailer
in Edinburgh

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An introduction
to modern poetry
in Brazil

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Excerpts from
The Wall Street Inferno
by
Joaquim de Sousândrade
(a Brazilian epic
of the 1870s)

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Three books
highlighting the relation
between poetry
& the divine

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Verse:
the dark side

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Maxing out
on the minimalism
debate

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Max Roach,
the great drummer,
has died

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A New Yorker profile
of Mark Morris

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Theater
without actors

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The largest
arts festival
in the world

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Talking with
George Lakoff

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First bot, best bot
(Robbie, #16,
was robbed)

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