Sunday, November 11, 2007

 

Sensing
Rod Smith

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Woman convicted of terrorism
in part because of poetry

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CAConrad’s
Thanksgiving for Peace

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Celebrating
Hannah Weiner

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Recognizability
& identity
in
Detroit

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Kenny Goldsmith:
Sucking on Words

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Remembering
Nadia Anjuman

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Talking with
Gil Scott-Heron

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”one of the most
shoplifted books
in the English-speaking
world”

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Black Diamond Golden Boy
Takes Bull by Horns

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Bob Hass’
impeccable poetics

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Eventually even
The New York Times
catches up
with Silliman’s blog:
Jane Cooper obit
Fred McDarrah obit

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Writers as artists

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Cornelius Eady’s
Brutal Imagination

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Deep Trance Behavior
in Potatoland
(PDF)

Richard Foreman’s
page at
the
Electronic Poetry Center

Foreman
in coversation

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The dark vision
of
Margaret Atwood

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Ivor Gurney’s
Rewards of Wonder

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El Cógido Da Vinci
has sold 300,000 copies
in the
US alone

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Academics like it
digital

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But Harper
(publisher of Ashbery, Pinsky,
Bukowski & Noah Eli Gordon)
is tanking

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Christine Wertheim’s
+me’S-pace

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Fighting to save
the language
Euskera

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Talking with
Marvin Bell

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Opening a rare book shop
with $8 million in inventory
mostly from your own
personal library

§

Life in the rare book trade
in
Virginia

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On the French book prize scene,
the Renaudot
goes to an author
not even on the shortlist

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Looking at Czech poets
in translation
from the vantage of
Prague

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Mini-reviews of
Bill Kushner, Janine Pommy Vega
& Nate Pritts

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Remembering
an imagined
gay mafia

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Forgetting the taste
of madelines

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Ads
come to
library books

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Bad book?
Sue the author!

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The angel of distribution

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Larry Lessig
on
© vs. creativity

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Damien Flores,
Poet of the Year

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Maha Chakri Sirindhorn,
poet & Thai princess

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The poet laureate of the town
in which
Charles Olson was raised

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The poet laureate
of
Bucks County, PA

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/r/
as a vowel

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Diversity
and the romance novel

§

Walt Whitman’s
birthplace

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Poetry,
cattle &
Remembrance Day

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The most re-read books
in the
U.K.

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The news anchor
who loves poetry

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Remembering
Francis Thompson

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Twain play debuts
a century late

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Reading report:
Tim Seibles

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Jessy Randall
on texts & gumballs

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Against
BookTV

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A neophobe looks
at Auden’s
Phi Beta Kappa poem

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Returning
looted books
126 years later

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Resurrecting neglectorinos
in the
U.K.

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Kara Provost
&
Provincetown poets

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The poems of Jackie Kay

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You don’t even have to
ride the bus
to read
poetry in motion

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Success defined
as being read
by Garrison Keillor

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There once was a laureate
from Nantucket

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Yes,
you too
are an imposter

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Bravo,
Performa 07

(be sure to check out
the slide show)

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Yvonne Rainer’s
RoS Indexical

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“My name is
Albert Ayler

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Sound art,
art sound

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John Carroll
by the numbers

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Picasso
at his peak

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At the Barnes,
the finger pointing
has begun

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Dude,
you’re getting
a Dos Equis

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