Wednesday, November 14, 2007

 

Books Galore, Festus, Missouri

Of books as a system

Pierre Bayard’s first chapter

Talking with
Pierre Bayard

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Supreme Court disses
Amiri Baraka

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Talking with
Aram Saroyan

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Adam Day’s
Roar Shock

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A profile of
Glenna Luschei

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Talking with
Robert Hass

Placing Bob Hass
& Mark Strand
on a spectrum
that stretches
all the way from
Robert Lowell
to
John Berryman

Completely flustered
by that old avant-gardist,
Robert Hass

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Big Brother
is reading your verse

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Poetry & terror

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Norman Mailer
reading
at the
92nd Street Y

Mailer
on Bush & Iraq

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Talking with
David Amram

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The Poetry Farm

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Secret librarian handshake

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A profile of
Lawson Inada

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Remembering
Nima

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Philip Schultz’ Failure

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Leonard Cohen
with
Philip Glass

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Voicing Emily

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David Trinidad’s
confection-laced
Late Show

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Arab poets
at Jack Hirschman’s
International Poetry Fest

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A fall reading tour
that includes
20 separate colleges

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On the road movie

§

Poets’ mugs
adorn
poets’ mug

§

Jean Valentine
once again in
The New Yorker

§

Pinsky wins
lifetime award

Pinsky on
Margaret Atwood

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A poet worthy
of the
Mütter Museum

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Anne Stevenson,
Paula Gunn Allen
&
Sineád Morrisey
receive
Lannan Literary Fellowships
for their poetry

§

Canadian
bookstore rage

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When it comes to rereading,
The Bible
comes in behind
Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett

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History poems
from
Canada

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$1 million demand
to ensure
a poetry reading
by cowboy poets?

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James Michie
has died

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A “cringe-making” book of poetry
by the Tory candidate
for mayor of
London

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Vairamuthu
unplugged

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Jay Rogoff’s
Long Fault

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Robert Bly,
reduced to
parodying himself

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Six Minnesota
quietists

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A novel from
Ha Jin

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As Albee nears 80

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Re-launching
the real
DIA

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A defense of public art
in
Philadelphia

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A new eye
in
Houston

§

The Radioheadexperiment

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Žižek:
Resistance is Surrender

§

Andrew Sullivan
reads this blog

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