Wednesday, September 19, 2007

 

Tom Devaney’s review
of Charles North’s
Cadenza

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“Please welcome
John Ashbery

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Christian Bök
on Writing & Failure
(part 1, part 2, part 3)

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Perry Anderson
on
depicting Europe

Alice Kaplan’s Paris

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The collective work
of a single author

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This time
it’s Barnes & Noble
that closes

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Ange Mlinko
on
the materiality of language,
Modernism Concentrate
& what Romanticism lost

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Joseph Hutchison
takes me to task
for not picking
Larry Eigner’s
more ”luminous,
energetic” work
for my blog yesterday

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The Nobel Prize-winning poet
you never heard of

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That “tight-ass,”
Ron Padgett

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A weeklong poetry fest
in Edmonton

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Poetry
takes it to the station
in
Missoula

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Sawako Nakayasu
gets an NEA grant
to bring the poems of
Sagawa Chika
into English

e-books
in translation

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The New York Times
is now
free online

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The Prince of Poets

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Where was
Kerouac going?

On the road
on the web

Kerouac
in Queens

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The next generation
of Bukowski
wannabes

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Preserving
Philip K. Dick’s
legacy

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Can Shakespeare
save theater?

Can blogging
save theater criticism?

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Les Murray
in
The New Yorker

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Derrida vs. Jerry Lewis
(this is actually
a much better movie
than its reviews)

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Dying languages

One more goes
every two weeks

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The New York Art Book Fair

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Make your enemies
vanish

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A profile of
Tess Gallagher

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Time, Space & Motion
in the Age of
Shakespeare

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Beckett
for Babies

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Indie bookshops
in
Brooklyn

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Judging
the Man Booker Prize

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Poetry & duck noodles
in Hat Yai

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Joni Mitchell,
poet

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Poetry
is the Darfur
of twenty-first century
literature”

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With a little help from
Tyson Foods & Lucinda Williams,
the
U. of Arkansas Press
announces
The Miller Williams Poetry Prize

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Pinsky
on
poetry & the academy

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The poetics
of
dog training

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Zoe Brigley,
a feminist poet
in
Wales

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Remembering
Shahriar

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A review of
Sheri Benning
&
Glen Downie

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Gambling on
Eugene Gloria

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A young adult novel
from
Sherman Alexie

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The most hated
philosopher
writing in English

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Talking with
Big Poppa E

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Camille Paglia:
gauging gender studies
from books on sperm

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Wistful
about Wystan

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Famous Seamus

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Heidegger’s hut

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Whittier’s Hampton

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The legacy of
Allan Bloom

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Bird brains

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A story about
Coltrane’s work

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Ansel Adams
& technology

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