Sunday, December 02, 2007

 

Poetry & depression:
Ken Rumble,
talking to CA Conrad

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Nate Mackey
in
The Nation

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John Ashbery
at the Folger Library

A great review
of Ashbery
by Ange Mlinko

Troy Jollimore’s
befuddled & quiet(ist) review

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A similar review of
The Collected Poems
of
Philip Whalen

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Thom Donovan
on
Hannah Weiner

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Sixty-second lecture:
Charles Bernstein
on
what makes a poem a poem?”

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Talking with
Gary Snyder

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The poetics of attention
in the work of
Gabe Gudding

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Afaa Michael Weaver
wins
Ibbetson Street Press
Lifetime Achievement Award

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20 Turkish poets
translated into English

Essays on
contemporary
Turkish poetry

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A poem-by-poem
review of the first
105 pages
of the Best American Poetry
2004

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Feds cancel request
to find out
what you’re reading

Talking with
Amazon’s lawyer

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The life and work of
Lee Min-yung

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Stupidest book review
of 2007
not about poetry

By comparison,
an intelligent report
of a student reading

in
Piittsburg, Kansas

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Chinh Huu
has died

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Andy Gricevich’s
favorite tidbits
from
The Grand Piano, 4

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John Latta
reads The Grand Piano:

on class
in the work of
Kit Robinson

on Tom Mandel
& the explosion of
Robert Duncan

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Bangladeshi author
forced into hiding

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Cyril Wong,
a gay poet
in
Singapore

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Jamie McKendrick’s
Crocodiles & Obelisks

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Jack Foley reviews
Bernstein’s Zukofsky

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On
Joseph Conrad

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Is editing
evil?

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The Washington Post
gift guide
to 2007 books
lists only
Zbignew Herbert
& Bob Hass
for poetry

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Muting Pynchon

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Remembering
Ingrid Jonker

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Don Domanski
on winning
the Governor General’s
Award for Poetry

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Search the MLA schedule
for interesting panels

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Juan Gelman
wins
Spain’s
Cervantes Prize

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Lessing unable
to travel
to
Stockholm

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Court voids
free-lance digital rights settlement

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Christmas with cowboys
& their poems

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Poetry helps man survive
46 years in a cave

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Landis Everson obit
in the
Los Angeles Times

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The mind
of
Mirza Ghalib

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Talking with
Le Hinton

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Poems on demand

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Writers
and/or
editors

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Ten years of
Shreveport’s
Electronic Poetry Network

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Sander Zulauf
loves
New Jersey

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Umberto Eco
on beauty
as a cultural
norm

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Book tours
are passé

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What to do
instead of book tours:
Tupperware parties!

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Talking with
B.H.Fairchild

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Mixed results
for booksellers
on Black Friday weekend

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Britney Spears
at
Barnes & Noble

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Robert Pinsky
on film
as a template for poetry

in the work of
A. Van Jordan

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Translating Judas

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Vendler’s Yeats

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An anthology of Irish poems
all about
Japan

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Phil Levine
at 80

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The limits of clear language

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The poet as chef:
Prartho Sereno

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Another British review
of Ted Hughes’
correspondence

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The rhetoric beat

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Is there any hope
for cultural reporting
in American
newspapers?

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Talking with
David Henry Hwang

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Vietnam War poetry
goes rococo

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Completing the vision
of Jeremy Blake

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Kenny G
meets
John Zorn

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Steve Reich
in the heartland

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For Einstein,
life’s still a Beach

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The work
of
John Work,
ethnomusicologist

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I’m Not There:
the soundtrack album

Plus
Bob Dylan, painter

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Sylvia Plath,
in drawing, song &
conference panel

(in
London, December 3)

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Carey Young:
Body Techniques

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Graffiti
of the
philanthropic class

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What is the origin
of art
?

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Art con

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The global intelligence paradigm:
a CIA
theory of knowledge

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For that special
old book smell

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Somebody
clicked a link
on this blog
every 33 seconds
in the month of
November –

Thank you!

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