Thursday, November 29, 2007

 

Charles Bernstein
on John Ashbery’s
Rivers and Mountains

& Bernstein
on speed

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A.L.I.C.E.
is “not completely sure
about her answers
to my questions in
Sunset Debris

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Boog City
interviews
two generations of leadership
at the Poetry Project

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On
Stephen Vincent
& Pat Reed

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A profile of
Robert Hass

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Douglas Manson
on
Robert Creeley’s
last books

Marjorie Perloff
on
Robert Creeley

& Douglas Barbour
on
Marjorie Perloff

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Remembering
Gene Frumkin

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Pound
and his enemies

§

The National Book Critics Circle
best recommended” lists
for 2007

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Domanski, Ondaatje
win
Governor General’s awards

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Two Lives:
Gertrude and Janet

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Wordsworth
and his ego

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Picasso & women

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Blake’s Bible

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Reading Stephanie Strickland

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Talking with
Jim Bertolino

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What constitutes
a canon?

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Why contemporary art
is not
left wing

§

Adalaide Morris
on
How to Think (with)
Thinkertoys

§

The further adventures
of the
tiny tour

§

Norman Mailer
vs.
Gore Vidal
& Dick Cavett:
Norman responds

Mailer wins
one last prize

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The Oregon Book Awards
poetry finalists

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Remembering
Hassib Mroue

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Chris Funkhouser
reading
The Electronic Literature Collection

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Missouri
to would-be
poets laureate:
Show me!

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A profile of
Natasha Trethewey

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“The last great
Arab classical poet

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collaboration is key

§

Ted Hughes’
paper trail

Building the myth
of a substantial poet

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Miss Congeniality
on the Governor General’s
shortlist

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A reading series
in Qatar

§

“Poetry Days
in the Desert

§

Saud Usmani
&
contemporary Urdu poetry

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More on the Hollywood
writers’ strike
here
&
here & here
& the flip side here

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Deadlines,
war & fiction

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Censorship battle
in the Hamptons

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The world’s worst book title

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Tenure
as a form
of hazing

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Gravestone poem
held as evidence
133 years

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The most successful playwright
of all time
is not William Shakespeare

§

Proust was not really
a neuroscientist

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Is the library
sustainable?

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Carnegie Mellon
has scanned
1.5 million books,
only one quarter of them
in English

§

Here is the new
Shorter OED

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Why read?

§

Modernism
for the masses

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The first usable
e-book?

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Poetry
as a healing art

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19th annual
Cowboy Christmas
poetry reading

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A reading
in
Malaysia

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57,554
attend relaunch
of the
Detroit Institute of the Arts,
home of the
finest single painting
in the
United States

But at what cost?

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The well-tempered Glenn Gould

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Politically correct
Beowulf?

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Walter Benn Michaels
on the films of
Christopher Nolan

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Julian Schnabel
blinks

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All 19 essays
in the
electropoetics thread
of the
Electronic Book Review
edited by
Lori Emerson

(Check out
the other threads
as well!)

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The Lawrimore Project

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The Flynn Effect

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Garrett Lisi:
why math?

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Parallel worlds?

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James Turrell’s
Roden Crater

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Underground Chinatown?

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Ainu culture
plus hiphop?

§

Saving modernism
at Yale

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Why are we
in
Vietnam?

§

A job
for an American Lit Specialist
in
Basel, Switzerland

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