Thursday, December 13, 2007

 

Ocho 12
is the first poetry mag
available on Kindle

Ocho 13

Ocho 14

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But
Kindle is a total loser
argues Cory Doctorow

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Homeophonic Celan
by Robert Kelly

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Grammar and neuroplasticity

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W00t
is the “word of the year
sayeth Merriam-Webster

Elsewhere,
locavores
garner publicity
for a dictionary

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Sean Duffy, DJ Hi-Res & Tom Devaney
in The Grove
at
Arcadia U

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Clayton Eshleman’s
Juniper Fuse

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Talking with
Wilson Orhiunu

Sam Twenti Tiri

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Transcript of a web chat
with Robert Pinsky

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Michele Leggott
is the first Poet Laureate
of
New Zealand

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Jordan Davis
on
Richard Garcia

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An in-depth interview
with Jim Bertolino

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Thom Donovan
on Kyle Schlesinger’s
Hello Helicopter

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A profile of
Afaa Michael Weaver

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He’s ba-ack!
Ed Dorn Live

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Talking with
Dorianne Laux

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At La MaMa in New York,
Monday, December 17,
Gangs of the New York School

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Nation Book Critics Circle members
think linking reviews & ads
is ethical

The actual survey

The same survey in 1987
(PDF)

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Philip M. Parker
is the most prolific author
in history!
(scroll down)

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Joyelle McSweeney
on Hsia Yü’s Pink Noise

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A gathering of
Indian & Pakistani poets
in
Oman

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Vèvè Amasasa Clark
has died

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The Arab world
begins to open
to Western lit

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Paul Zarzyski,
the Kerouac of cowboy poets

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Orgies in Towson?

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Translating William Carlos Williams
into Chinese

A profile of PoetrySky

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e.e. cummings
in the
Soviet Union

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“You say you want a revolution…,”
how about Yusef Komunyakaa instead?

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Ibrahim Al-Hadrani
has died

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“The quiet moral authority”
of Robert Hass

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Tony Harrison
&
Anthony Thwaite

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Remembering
Martin Carter,
”national poet” of
Guyana

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Hyam Plutzik,
obscure poet

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A. Van Jordan
on poetry and film

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The problem of “classics
in the school curriculum

Dumbing down poetry

Imagine judging school districts
by how they teach poetry

Report reveals all poetry is rubbish

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The literary genius
of Karl Rove

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This week’s death-of-a-bookstore article
is about a leading institution
in
Dallas’ gay community

Perhaps even more alarming,
Bookstore Tourism
has shut down

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A study of the Iraqi poet
Sa’di Yûsuf

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A librarian’s
worst nightmare

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Jay Parini
on Umberto Eco

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Philip Larkin,
rock god

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The Hollywood writers’ strike
is heading for disaster

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Canada puts off © update

& the changes may fail

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Talking with
Ashley Capps

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Living your script
can be deadly

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Papers from the Lancaster
Postgraduate Conference
on Language & Linguistics

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Grim stat:
dropouts & reading

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A Nordic-Bangla poetry fest

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Japanese weeklies
have begun to decline

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Time to buy a Warhol

or the Magna Carta

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The works of Sigmund Laufer

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The NY Times goes to
Art Basel Miami Beach

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Dia has sold its Chelsea building
for $38.55 million
& what that really means

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The strange deaths
of Jeremy Blake & Theresa Duncan

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Judging art

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Cinema is music

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Remembering Stockhausen

The San Francisco Chronicle
finally runs a reprint
of the LA Times’
Stockhausen obit

(and has yet to run one
for Landis Everson,
tho he lived in
Mill Valley)

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Elliott Carter:
What Next?

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Talking with
John Seely Brown

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Empirical philosophy?

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Workers of the world, unite!”

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