Tuesday, November 06, 2007

 


Photo by Steve McNamara, courtesy of Jacket

Ange Mlinko
on
poetry & community

Numbers trouble” –
A.E. Stallings
on
women & publishing

Emily Warn
on
essentialism & gender

(Essays all in response
to Spahr & Young (PDF)
in the new
Chicago Review
on the subject of gender,
diversity, anthologies,
Jennifer Ashton (PDF)
& [sigh]
Silliman’s Blog)

”Poetry Magazines & Women Poets”
by the editors of
The Chicago Review
(PDF)

Further commentary by
Stephanie Young & Juliana Spahr
&
Dale Smith
&
K. Lorraine Graham
&
Simon DeDeo

§

Mlinko’s blog archives
for the
Poetry Foundation

§

A review of
Lydia Davis’
Varieties of Disturbances

§

At a slam
in Kuala Lumpur
six of the seven contestants
are women

§

Ruth Stone
isn’t slowing down

§

A portrait of
Nikki Giovanni

§

Saul Williams
&
NiggyTardust

§

Jackson Mac Low
in conversation

§

“Is the avant-garde
necessary?”

§

Christian Bök’s blogs
for the
Poetry Foundation

§

Bob Hass,
political poet

§

Campus librarians
fight surveillance

§

Bonnefoy
receives Czech prize

§

Talking with
Franz Wright

§

One Kansas Poet Laureate
looks at a predecessor

§

This week’s
death-of-a-bookstore article
comes from
Santa Barbara

§

But the Irish
book market

is doing okay

§

The bard
behind bars

§

Robert Pinsky
on
Reed Whittemore

§

“But is it poetry?
I can answer positively
in the negative.”

§

The Nantucket
youth slam

§

What parts of the bookstore
to kill next

§

Visit to a rare book shop

§

Remembering
Jaun Elia
& the witch of
Lahore

§

The Marine poet
of YouTube

§

Ted Hughes,
eco-warrior

§

A review of
Galway Kinnell

§

Subtleties
of global English

§

Simon Armitage,
war poet
by proxy

§

The T.S. Eliot Prize shortlist
is pure
School of Snoozy-tude

§

Another review
of
Edmund Wilson

§

Bad books
about Homer

§

Kahlil Gibran,
from bad to verse

§

Galway Kinnell,
raconteur

§

Erica Jong
on
Fernando Botero

§

Auctioning art
in a bad economy

§

Michael Roth
on
John Brenkman
on
democracy post-9/11

§

Is there anyone
who can report
on the reading
of Robert Grenier
& Aram Saroyan

at Beyond Baroque
November 2nd?

 

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