Saturday, September 08, 2007

 

A history of lighght

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Taking
The Grand Piano
literally

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William Gibson:
countering the antibuzz

Node:
website for
a non-existent journal

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Creative writing
& surveillance
after Virginia Tech

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A sober assessment
of the “crisis
in newspaper book reviews

Plus
Morris Dickstein
on
the future of criticism

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A State Department history
of American poetry,
from the problematic
to the completely whack!

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A wonderful review
of Reed Whittemore’s
memoirs

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Simon DeDeo
on the
practicalities of blogging
(on not all of which
I agree)

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Talking with
(and reading)
Ryan Eckes

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti
on
Democracy Now!

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An obit for
Mary Rising Higgins

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This week’s
New Thing

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Even tho he was a right winger,
Kerouac drives The New Criterion crazy!

Plus a libertarian
for Kerouac
(note what other book
has its 50th anniversary
this year)

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Who owns the rights
to
Beckett & Ionesco?

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James Laughlin
&
Brendan Gill
in conversation

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V.S. Naipul
on
Derek Walcott

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Whitman’s novel

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Just saying no

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Auden’s lost poems

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There’s going to be
a conference on
Thomas Merton

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More on
Mrs. Shakespeare

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Serializing your novel
on Facebook

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Library tourism

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Talking with
Ornette Coleman

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Minimalism
to the max!

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Damien Hirst’s
cash register
goes bling!

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