Wednesday, September 05, 2007

 

Kerouac –
It was the sentences

Where
On the Road
was written

The Guardian
is doing a week of articles
on Kerouac

& The L.A. Times
has several articles

On the Road
in Lowell

Of stamps
&
high-school textbooks

& the attention of
Newsweek

The Jack Kerouac Quiz

AbeBook.Com’s
Kerouac feature

The Beat Museum’s
new collections page

§

A big birthday bash
for
John Ashbery

John Ashbery
at home

The Boston Globe
on Ashbery & MTV

Slate
on
how to read
John Ashbery

§

Talking with
Roberto Harrison

§

Samuel R. Delany’s
Dark Reflections

§

John Timpane
on
Eshleman’s Vallejo

§

The London Review of Books
on
Roberto Bolaño

§

Socialism & print

§

The poet as specialist

§

Publishing poetry
in India

§

Finding Charles Simic
in
L.A.

Plus a profile
of the new laureate

§

Inventing Shakespeare

§

HumPo
Jamaica-style

§

A room of one’s own,
Bush style

§

Nazim Hikmet
wrote half his poems
in jail

§

The prison poet
of Malawi

§

The legend of
Alexander Penn

§

Poet of the Underworld,
Mumbai chapter

§

Talking with
Chuck Stebelton

§

The writer as recluse

§

Jay Parini
reading
Margaret Atwood

§

Slaying the
Dylan is a poet
claim
one more time

§

Gutting libraries
in the
U.K.

§

Talking with
Christian Wiman

§

How Dante
got to
Britain

§

Celebrating
Christopher Okigbo

§

Make room
for Rumi

§

This week’s
death-of-a-bookstore piece:
Eugene, Oregon

while another bookstore
opens in
Lawrence, Kansas

§

Online broadsides

§

A profile of
Don “CookieCollup

§

Poetry in emotion

§

Plathiana

§

The Clive James phenomenon

From Auden
to Alison Croggon

(with more Clive James)

§

Bombast
with David Kirby

§

Breadloaf admin
wins
Rona Jaffe Prize

§

The sage of Ummah

§

Of Hill & Thwaite

§

A profile of
Charles Wright

§

Bringing Attar
to
Australia

§

Remembering
Norman MacCaig

§

Frieda Hughes
on
Simon Armitage

§

A profile of
James Wood

§

The “Artful” Edit

§

Why I am not an editor

§

Do publishers matter?

§

The lives of
Rem Koolhaas

§

The Words Project

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