Wednesday, September 12, 2007

 

Talking with
Nick Piombino

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Talking with
Charles Bernstein
(a Bengali interview)

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Talking with
Steve Vincent

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Reading books
in the digital age

Linking readers
via social networking

Google
& the end of
fair use

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A review of
Peter Gizzi’s
Outernationale

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Talking with
Mark Wallace
(a Bengali interview)

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Short reviews of
Stephen Paul Miller,
Eileen Tabios
&
Murat Nemet-Nejat

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A profile of
Lana Darkac

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New life
for Kerouac

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Talking with
Joseph Lease

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New York Post
cuts book reviews

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Robin Blaser
returns
to SF State

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Talking with
Joshua Marie Wilkinson

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Not being a poet

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Ireland anoints Longley
as
”Professor of Poetry”

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A review of
Peter O’Leary’s
Depth Theology

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The selected poems
of
José Kozer

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Trying to shut the door
on open access

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Talking with
Tracy K. Smith

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Poetry & podcasts

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Dylan as poet
one more time

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Keeping the Beats
in their box

A week of
mostly “not getting it”
at The Guardian

including
Bukowski as Beat

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Poetry &
September 11

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Where are the war poets
of today?

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Soft Geography

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Naipul on Walcott,
Walcott on Naipul

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Pinsky on Plumly

& Bielspiel too

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Age & gender
variations
in the blogosphere

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Cowboy poetics
and the oral tradition

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The killer
who turned it
into a novel

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Poetry & bats

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When the poet is a doctor

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The latest in the
Who Wrote Shakespeare
nonsense

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Plus what’s new in
fantasy theory

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Reading is
an unnatural act.”

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Melbourne Writers Festival
briefly described

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The Poetry Africa
International Festival

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8 easy steps
to understanding
bestsellers

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Hemingway as “Chick-Lit”

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CEO retires
at
Simon & Shoe Store

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First Carolyn Kennedy
& Garrison Keillor,
now Che

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Too Bad It’s Poetry

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Talking with
Billy Collins

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David Amram,
writing for the giants

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Documenta
on the ropes

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A profile of
Peter Young

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Last shot
to save the Barnes

Barnes picks architects
to complete the theft

Expanding
the Philadelphia Museum of Art

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A tribute to
Elizabeth Murray

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Hirst’s bling
goes boing

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What’s become of
Turner Prize winners

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Philosophy & sexism

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Ranking the philosophy schools

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