Wednesday, December 05, 2007

 

Photo by Ben Friedlander

A reading
of
Rob Fitterman’s
Metropolis

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kari edwards’ ashes
returned to the sea

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Rae Armantrout,
talking with
Francis Raven

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Some recent Drafts
by Rachel Blau DuPlessis:

Draft 83: Listings

Draft 85: Hard Copy

Draft 88: X-Posting

Draft 89: Interrogation

(Three Drafts
translated into French
by Chris Tysh
& J-P Auxemery
here)

Torques:
Drafts 58-76

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A critical collaboration
in the mode of a wiki

on Robert Pinsky’s
praise of difficult poetry

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In the American Tree,
the radio show,
(includes broadcasts with
Ted Berrigan,
Alan Bernheimer,
Stephen Rodefer,
more)

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A story by
Roberto Bolaño

And
a poem

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Charles Bernstein
shooting blanks

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Waiting for Godot
in
New Orleans

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Talking with
Alice Notley

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Jill Magi
destroys
her book

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The secret poetry of
John Phillip Santos,
halfway betwixt
Laura (Riding) Jackson
&
Naomi Shihab Nye

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Joyelle McSweeney
interviews
Carlos M. Luis
& Derek White

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The plight of newspaper
book reviews
ignores the detail that
newspaper book reviews
mostly are crap

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Conjunctions’
audio vault
is a great little resource
tho not in MP3s, alas

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Almmiel Alcalay
on the limits
of translation

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Mario Hibert
talking with
Kent Johnson

Plus Bill Friend
on Johnson”s
Epigramititis

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A report on one of my readings,
or really the talk after a reading,
tho “invisible flan”
doesn’t say which one
(it’s
Southern Oregon)

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In Boston tonight,
a benefit
for Melissa Green,

featuring
Fanny Howe, William Corbett,
Jennifer Moxley,
Frank Bidart, Derek Walcott,
Robert Pinsky, Rosanna Warren
& more

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Talking with
Kimiko Hahn

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Joe Ceravolo,
two readings

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The politics
of the
Nobel Prize
,
an African perspective

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Talking with
J.C. Todd

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Attila Jozsef’s poems
will return to the web
January 1,
the day © expires

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An unsigned review
of John Ashbery
that talks mostly about
Robert Lowell

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C.D. Wright’s
use of
lists

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Does
creative nonfiction
exist?

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French ticklers

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Getting divorced,
Angela Ball
is a
happy poet

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Mary Ann Samyn
talking with
Kelly Moffett

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Remembering
Jawdat Haidar,
a Lebanese poet
who wrote in English

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19th Century
sound poetry

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The roots of Saussure
& modern linguistics

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Is Kindle
the iPod
of books?

e-books
start to catch on

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Damn the book!

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A tale of
two bookshops

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Powell’s
faces challenges

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Rare book fest
in
Hong Kong

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Against
speed reading

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What is reading
anyway?

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Googlization
& its enemies

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Spectacle & aporia
in Ted Kooser
& John Ashbery

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Holly Green
is the Wirral’s
Young Poet Laureate

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James Emanuel,
a formalist
for the simple people

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Tom Paulin
on
Ted Hughes’
letters

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Talking with
Stephen King

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Kinds of Canadian
conservatives:
George Johnston
&
Peter Richardson

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Taylor Mali,
rapping
in
Providence

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Talking with
James Longenbach

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Everybody
knows
Gertrude Stein

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Hauling the fathers
through the trees

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Stein
not as a playwright
but as a subject
for theater

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Talking with
Janet Malcolm

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Unauthorized
Stegner novel
published

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Can Beowulf
survive guilt?

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Elizabeth Hardwick
has died

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Abebe Payne
takes first
at
Writers Awards Dinner

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Iranian-American
fiction

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The Russian
Booker Prize

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How to reach
4,000,000
possible readers

in one day

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John Berger’s
little book of hope

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100 years
of
Mills & Boon

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Talking with
John Adams

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Cecil Payne,
master of the baritone sax,
has died

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The future of
post-classical
music

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Is there a there there
in
I’m Not There?

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Nobody’s getting
CDs for Christmas

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Underground art

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Time capsules
from
Andy Warhol

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Mug shots
of the truly criminal

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Banksy et al
find a use
for
Israel’s
”security wall”

 

Plus
Banksy in New York

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Is Paris crumbling?

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Peter Schjeldahl
on what’s great
about Chicago

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Where is
great art”?

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In Julian Bell’s
new art history,
the avant-garde
came to an end
15 March 1989

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But Richard Serra
is back!

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Mark Wallinger
wins
the Turner Prize
for
State Britain

Why Wallinger won

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Damien Hirst:
the other white meat

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The heroism
of modern life

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Why vandalize art?

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The Radiohead model
works
in
Seattle

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Rethinking
performance space

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At stake in Hollywood:
the value of entertainment
&
the role of writing

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The new Russian
culture wars

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Culture, art
& the decline of
France

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The inverse Orientalism
of Edward Said

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The gospel
according to
Terry Eagleton

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Amen!

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Why dance criticism
sucks

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Merce Cunningham now

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The fate
of the essay

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Movies better than the books
from which they were begot

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Anthropologists return
to a world
of ethics

Or do they?

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Schumpeter’s century

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Special thanks
to
Reconfigurations,
a nifty journal
in the form
of a blog

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