Tuesday, October 16, 2007

 

PENNsound
has added pages of MP3 files
for the magic twins
of Philly poetry,
Frank Sherlock & CA Conrad

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CA Conrad’s account
of the
Bob Cobbing celebration
at Writers House

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Susan Howe
& the
”Joy of Sects”

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Poetry inBurma
in a time of crisis

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The future
of the past tense

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Laura Ulewicz,
who declined to be in
The New American Poetry,
has died

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Javanese poet & translator
Toto Sudarto Bachtiar
has also died

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Of Doris Lessing,
Nobel laureate

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The New York Times
calls Alice Notley
many names,
including
a Language poet

Alice
has won this year’s
Lenore Marshall Prize

(No word, tho,
on why this prize,
which was given for decades
by The Nation,
has shifted to
the Academy of American Poets)

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The day
J.K. Rowling
won the Nobel Prize

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Ange Mlinko
reviews
David Shapiro
in Poetry

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Is the Web
good for writers?

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An ezine
that focuses
on the review
of first books

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How far off the grid
is Joe Plum?

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Poez
returns

& so does
Dylan Thomas

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100 years
of
Korean modernism

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Reading Victor Segalen

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“Margaret Atwood
&
empty space

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The book market
in the
Czech Republic

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The Frankfurt Book Fair

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Oscar Wilde turns 40

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A portrait of Edmund Wilson,
the lion of Quietude

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Bringing Brodsky home

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A poet runs for mayor

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A tense interview with
Linton Kwesi Johnson

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Talking with
Margaret Gibson

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Talking with
Mitchell Kaplan,
bookstore owner
& head of
the ABA

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Poetry in the streets
is divisive
in
Jerusalem

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Reading Christian Wiman

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My Poet

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Waiting for the publisher

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A profile of
Richard Wilbur

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Robert Pinsky
on
Anne Bradstreet
&
Philip Freneau

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Wittgenstein’s Longfellow

Sudbury’s Longfellow

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“One ought really
to do philosophy
only as a form
of poetry.”

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Jimmy Santiago Baca
at The Big Read

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Growing old
with Anne Stevenson

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Slammin’ in Bahrain,
just slammin’ in
Bahrain,
what a wonderful feeling,
I’m happy again

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Talking with
Ishle Yi Park & Bob Holman

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Reading report:
Ada Limon &
Michael Cirelli

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Remembering
Archie Ammons

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Tampa’s
poet laureate

& the laureate
of
Warwick, Coventry

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More silliness
about
who wrote
Shakespeare

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An anthology of
Alabama poetry:
It’s not dense
and obscure

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Ned Snell,
Utah’s
Poet of the Year

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A history of
The New Left Review

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Kara Walker
at the
Whitney

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Peter Schjeldahl
on
Richard Prince

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A one-woman show
by
Jay DeFeo,
a painter
active among the Beats

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A profile of
Louise Bourgeois

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“the most popular
and most successful
American artist
who ever lived”

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Museums as
terror targets

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The fate of Dia Beacon

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Debating the future
of British art

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Collaborations from Hell Dept.:
Leonard Cohen & Philip Glass

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Dalí & Film

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