Sunday, December 16, 2007

 

Photo of Lewis MacAdams courtesy of Friends of the LA River

Lewis MacAdams
on the collected poems
of Philip Whalen & Joanne Kyger

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Giorno Poetry Systems:
the podcast

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Re (re)reading Queneau

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Audio selections from the Sackner Archive

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The Latin American Notebook
of William S. Burroughs

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Why was Marina Tsvetaeva
such a neglectorino?

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Neeli Cherkovski
on Phil Whalen

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Diane Middlebrook
has died

A final interview

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Laura Huxley
has died

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A portrait of Anne Stevenson

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Charles Bernstein’s
galleries of video miniportraits
of poets, artists, filmmakers, etc.

Series 1: Scalapino, Bergvall,
Lakoff, Gross, Bonvicino, Hills, Glazer

Series 2: Drucker, Grenier,
Joris, Lehto, Curnow, Sherry

Series 3: Lauterbach, Mac Cormack,
McCaffery, Berssenbrugge, Piombino, Tuttle

The latest
is of Rod Smith

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In bed with Lorca

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Hershman R. John,
swallowing turquoise

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Jenny Holzer at Mass MoCA

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The final issue of Origin,
Sixth Series
is ready for download
(PDF)

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Talking with Bob Hass
in the Wall Street Journal

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Lloyd Schwartz
talking about
Elizabeth Bishop
(PDF)

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Remembering Martin Carter

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Nuala Dhomhnaill
in a bi-lingual edition,
translated from the Irish
by Paul Muldoon

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Performing Howl

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A profile of
Gwyneth Lewis

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A memoir of slammin
in
San Francisco

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Mochedisi,
becoming a household name
in African praise poetry

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Robert Pinsky
playing with Jill Rosser’s skull

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Drive-by poetry

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Sir Gawain
and his contemporaries today

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What is poetry for?

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Melville’s America

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Bruce Jackson:
The Story is True

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The Johnston County witch hunt

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Guantanamo poetics reach the U.K.

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When pols write poetry

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A profile of Bill Chene

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Ted Hughes
as translator & Shakespeare scholar

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Kenn Nesbitt,
zany poet

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An open mike
in Pahrump Valley

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Three poets laureate
in close proximity

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From web to book

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Go ask Alice

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Uploading the hidden archive

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Against writers’ archives

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The highest-selling
contemporary manuscript ever
is Beedle the Bard

The buyer
was
Amazon!

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Bookstore sales are up
only 0.3%
for the first ten months of 2007

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In France,
”free” is verboten

While indies here push governors
to collect e-taxes

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Knol thyself

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A contestable history of Latin

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Poetics of the dictionary

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Changes loom
at the moribund NYRB

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The studios aren’t budging
in the writers’ strike

So the writers guild
tries a different strategy

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SymbioticA
has its ear to the ground

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Underground art in Chelsea

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Poop art

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Dead flies & pickled cows
to the Tate

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Fernando Botero’s Abu Ghraib

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Lost art

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Deal making to steal the Barnes

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Kenneth Baker
on the life of Picasso

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The etchings of Lucien Freud

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Bob Dylan & electricity

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A memory of Stockhausen

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National identity
in postmodern Japanese dance

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What bad music do you listen to?

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A profile of Terry Eagleton

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Lost in Translation no more

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This year’s MLA offsite reading
with over 50 poets
will be
Friday, December 28
from
7:00 to 9:30pm
at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
112 S. Michigan Avenue, in the Ballroom

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