Sunday, October 21, 2007

 

The limits
of a laureate

Poetry workshop
at Buckingham Palace

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The “alternate laureate

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A profile of
Eleanor Wilner

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Doris Lessing
podcast

Roger Ebert
on meeting Lessing
at Stud Terkel’s

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One book
I’ve been wanting
for 20 years

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Kenneth Koch’s
small-scale canonization

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Wendell Berry’s
Window Poems

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Sinan Antoon’s
Baghdad Blues

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Yevtushenko
reads once more
in a stadium

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On the road, 2007

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On translation
&
English-as-a-second-language
as the lingua franca
of the world

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Kim Heung-sook
on gender
& Korean modernism

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A global archive
of recorded readings
(e.g. Michel Butor &
Jacques Roubaud
in French)

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A poetry festival
in a department store
in
Stockholm

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Sidney Nolan
& the problem of
the bad boy muse

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Of a tanka
by Akio Tanigawa

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Unabridging
Raymond Carver

Plus, a case study
(PDF)

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Talking with
Tracy K. Smith

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The world’s smallest
book tour

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Collecting Burroughs
& dealing rare books
in the age of the net

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The joy of
the Man Booker prize

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A review of
Robert Hass,
Margaret Atwood
&
Kenneth Koch

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Jan Wolkers
has died

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Daily life
with the Grass family

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Race,
Anatole Broyard
& the NY publishing scene
mid-century

(first chapter)

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A profile of
Robert Hass

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Talking with
Marvin Bell

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“Prosody and its interfaces”
is the focus for
the 2008 Penn Linguistics Colloquium
(Call for papers in PDF format)

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The end of poetry

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The demise of
serious fiction

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100 poets
reading on 6 CDs
(priced to rip off
school libraries)

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The net is changing
how we read

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The entire Booker shortlist
will be available
free online

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Veni, Vidi, Vicipaedia

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Poe’s brain

A Poached Poe?

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A profile of Jim Paul

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If only
Stalin
had been a poet

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Tales
of the
Chelsea Hotel

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Missouri to appoint
first laureate

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The poet laureate of Texas
& more
silly assertions about poetry
than I’ve seen in one article
in a long time

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Career Poet?

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Sheep ranch
experimentalism

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The private
Ted Hughes

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Martin Espada
returns to
Lawrence

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Poet in a park

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A short profile
of Sam Hamill

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Two new books from
Jackie Kay

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Poetry gets fractal
in Little Rock

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Robert Pinsky
on
Mary Kinzie

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