Sunday, December 30, 2007

 

The conscience of Gloucester

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Two readings by Philip Whalen
(over 2 hours total)

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Big-time notice for Dorthea Lasky’s Tiny Tour

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Hannah Weiner’s Open House
live at St. Marks

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New poems by Adrienne Rich

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Vincent Dussol on paths to iDEATH
in the work of Eleni Sikelianos & Ray DiPalma
(PDF)

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Kurt Schwitters live

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Hélène Aji on
poetry & autobiography
(PDF)

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Remembering Sandy Taylor

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Edward Byrne’s Poet of the Year

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s
Poetry as Insurgent Art

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Property, poverty & poetry
in the life of Lorine Niedecker
(PDF)

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NY Times poetry chronicles:
Kate Northrop, David Trinidad,
W.G. Sebald, Cathy Song, Paul Guest

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Seth Abramson on the School of Q

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The master of nonsense
(3 guesses who that is)

Autobiography & erasure in John Ashbery
(PDF)

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Doug Holder on
poetry, community & the small press

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Forthcoming British books
of & about poetry

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Virgil now

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Metaphor in Anne Carson’s Autobiography of Red
(PDF)

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Eliza Jane Poitevent,
a 19th century
Mississippi poet

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Sonja James on Jean Valentine

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A short profile of Michael O’Brien

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Iraqi poet Mohammed Madlum

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Peter Klappert on the love poetry of
Richard Harteis

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The poet-maker of Rishi Valley

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The Bible on the head of a pin

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Five academic publishers band together
to streamline production costs

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Do writing programs work?

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Story vs. literature
in the work of Philip Pullman

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Around the World in 80 Poems

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Whitney Smith on Katherine Young

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Rumi in Virginia

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Peter Schmitt treated
as a 19th century bauble

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The first great Saudi novel?

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Derek Walcott on Elizabeth Hardwick

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Comics & literacy

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A blundering review of Gay’s Modernism

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Fiction in song

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The Society for Minimalist Music

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An assessment of Oscar Peterson

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MP3s and the quality of sound

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George Quasha’s Axial Stones

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Jacob Lawrence at the Whitney

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Jenny Holzer’s other paintings

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350 PPM

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Special props
to Erea:
reveue d’études anglophones

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