Monday, October 29, 2007

 

Rumi
as the object
of cultural struggle

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A primer on
Afzaladin Khaghani Shervani
& Persian poetry

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Kurdish poet nominated
for UK Forward award

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Terror trial poet
compared to Owens

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Bookstores in Iran
ordered to stop
selling coffee

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The insider’s outsider

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Why the NEA
is like Jell-O

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20 poems by Bill Deemer
(plus new work by
Joanne Kyger)

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Of Jayne Cortez,
Ornette Coleman
& their son Denardo

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Passions like Cheap Jewelry

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Umberto Eco’s
latest essays

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How to talk about books
you haven’t read

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Remembering
Richard Hugo

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The problem of pricing
Canadian books

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Dan Gerber:
What is your work about?”

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A conservative look
at the state of poetry

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Translating Russian poets
into English and Bangla

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Eliot’s heirs

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Two new versions
of Dante’s
Paradiso

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A review of
Dog Medicine

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A memorial
for
Len Roberts

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More on
Winona’s
poet laureate

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Offbeat bookshops
in the
L.A. region

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Write what you
don’t know

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From blogger
to publisher

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Papers from
the Scholarly Publishing Conference

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A new bookstore chain
hits
New York

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Profile of a
Malaysian poet

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A taste of
the Marathi Book Festival

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Poetry & nation
(& a very strange
idea of nation,
at that)

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Pinsky on Bridges

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The sage of Sag Harbor

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Of Henry Reed
& John Burnside

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Housman
as correspondent

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As fawning a review
as I’ve ever read

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Larry McMurtry
on
Diane Keaton
on
photography

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Hal Foster on
Baudelaire’s museum today

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Fisk must sell
stake in O’Keeffe
in order to survive

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Michigan will continue
to distribute
Pluto Press

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The ballad of
Gram Parsons

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“The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide
to Capitalism and Socialism
with a Key to the Scriptures”

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Nightmare on Broad Street

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The right-wing
smear machine
in cyberspace

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