Sunday, November 04, 2007

 

Jane M. Cooper
has died

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Gil Ott
interviews
Jackson Mac Low

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Three views
of
Joanne Kyger’s
About Now

Plus
Jacket’s
2000 feature
on Kyger

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Helen Adam
on
PENNsound

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12 poets
look at the impact
of their first books

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Thomas Fink
on
the poetics
of questions

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Did Kenneth Koch
really write
”A True Account
of Talking to the Sun
at Fire Island”?

& a dreadful review
of Koch’s
On the Edge:
Collected Longer Poems

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Maggie O’Sullivan
on
PENNsound

§

Reading
On the Road
in
Petaluma

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Lucas Klein
on Victor Segalen’s
Stèles / 古今碑,
stone prose poems
of a pre-modern
China

(Volume 2
&
the complete
original text
of
Stèles /
古今碑
are available online)

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Thomas Fink
interviews
Noah Eli Gordon

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English
as an
invention

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Is an MFA
or PhD
really necessary?

§

Washoe,
the first chimp
to use sign language,
has died

§

Rigoberto González
on online journals

§

Digitalization
& its discontents

§

Archiviste

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Academic blogging:
pro & con

§

Talking with Philip Corbett,
the man in charge
of grammar & style
at The New York Times

§

Tom Beckett
interviews
Alan Davies

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33 Rules of Poetry
for Poets
23 and Under”
from old man
Kent Johnson

(one should be
”never use
poetry & poets
in the same sentence”)

Plus Kent’s
I Once Met
which includes
I once met Ron Silliman

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Rethinking
d.a. levy

§

Amos Oz
on
literature vs. hate

§

Harriet Monroe
&
Alice Corbin Henderson’s
1917
New Poetry anthology
digitized by Google Books

§

Microsoft will scan
Yale library

§

Mina Loy
& the myth
of
Arthur Cravan

§

Tom Beckett
interviews
Stephen Vincent

§

Reading
Vilas Sarang
is like eating
blue cheese”

§

Japan’s largest
language school
goes bankrupt

§

Pinsky
on teaching English
at
West Point

§

Check out
Michael Ondaatje’s answers
to questions posed
of the Giller Prize shortlist

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A profile of
Carlos Piocos

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A review of
Janet Malcolm’s
Gertrude and Alice
almost as unsympathetic
to Stein’s work
as Malcolm herself

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Leigh Ann Couch
&
Andrew Kozma

§

Rethinking
Wilfred Owen

§

“How to Get Your Poetry Published
(a panel
with the least appropriate
speakers imaginable)

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The Tales of
Beedle the Bard

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Mikhail Epstein’s
Cries in the New Wilderness

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Nathan Brown
blames his obscurity
on writers
who demand
more from readers

§

Rafael Campo,
new formalist

§

Graham Mort:
”consequences
cannot
be avoided”

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The slam world

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A profile of
Dave Schonfelder

§

Where retro meets metro:
what’s new
with the Paris Review

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More about
what’s wrong with
The Atlantic

§

Why Latin lives

§

Women
& modernist architecture

§

Robot nation

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Right now
we’re around numbers
6 through 8

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