Saturday, September 22, 2007

 

New Yorker promises
Paul Muldoon as poetry editor
does not represent
”some sort of radical
aesthetic or theoretical shift”

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Rae Armantrout
reading at
Writers House
last Thursday
(MP3)

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The fleas of Ulla Dydo

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A suite of poems
by
Terence Winch

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On Barbara Cole’s
Foxy Moron

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Sucking:
Ariana Reines & The Cow

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All about
Lorenzo Thomas

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Charles Simic
discusses his plans
as Poet Laureate

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Reading Whitman
in Oroville

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Bookstores in Kyiv
(a.k.a.
Kiev)

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The new Russian
pulp fiction

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Rushdie:
blogs are not the enemy

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The case of
the vanishing book review

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The case of
the vanishing hyphen

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Stephen Greenblatt
on critical writing
as an
ethically adequate object

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Poets & militarized cyberspace

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A poet from Cameroon

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Indie bookstores
in Pittsburgh

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A test of translation:
Miyazawa Kenji

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Talking with
Benjamin Zephaniah

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The most influential
novel
of the past
half century?

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The life & impact of
H.L. Mencken

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The global evolution
of
intellectual property rights

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Picabia’s poetry

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Talking with
Justin Vitiello

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More on dying languages

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A book of poems
from Palestinian filmmaker
Hind Shoufani

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A bookstore owner
in
Southern Spain

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Brain surgery
alters accent

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Joshua Corey
goes for
baroque

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School
as the enemy
of literature

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Imagining Heather McHugh
as not being a member of
the School that Dare Not
Speak its Name

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Religion in prison
imprisons religion

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The poet laureate
of
Takoma Park, MD

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Wittgenstein
& the limits
of radical poetics

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Imagining slams
as
performance art

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Double-speak
vs.
double meanings

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Agi Mishol,
a “major minor poet”
in
Israel

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“a horrible story
of the poet

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Four
poetry/poetics
jobs

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Meanwhile,
in an alternate universe

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A New York Times
profile of
François Truffaut

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Bilbao!

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Abstract expressionism
at the Met

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The artist known as
Richard Prince

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Stupid artist tricks

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A profile of
Frankie Valli,
the last great voice
of 50s doo-wop

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