Sunday, December 23, 2007

 

Thom Donovan’s
epic review
of Hannah Weiner’s Open House

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Rod Smith’s Deed

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Philadelphia vs. Ho Chi Minh City:
a 2000 interview with Linh Dinh

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Jalal Toufic’s
Undeserving Lebanon
(PDF)

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Talking with Steve McCaffery

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Wall Street Inferno
from the 19th Century Brazilian epic
Wandering Guesa

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585 reviews
indexed
from the ezine
Jacket

Number of my solo books
that Jacket has reviewed
over its entire history:
zero

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Sandy Taylor,
founder of Curbstone Press,
has died

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Iranian poet
Jaleh Esfahani
has died

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Emory Sekaquaptewa,
who documented the Hopi language,

has died

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Mary Jo Bang’s Elegy

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The two sides of Robert Pinsky

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One-line poems
on the cusp of the 17th century

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The ten books
of the T.S. Eliot shortlist

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a very great poet
incomparably the greatest we have
on this side of the
Atlantic

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The two poetries:
Lowell vs. Ashbery

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“modernist poetry in English was launched
by a pair of Americans living in
London
who had little but contempt
for the complacent, hide-bound literary scene”

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Using your own name
in your poems

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Doug Messerli
on Inger Christensen

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Social networking
& Punjabi poetry

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Kaya Oakes’ Telegraph

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Drive, he said

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TV brings poet brothers back together

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A Yiddish poet
in
Elkins Park

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Ted Hughes:
better off dead?

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How many poets use
performance enhancing drugs?

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Jonathan Lethem:
The King of Sentences

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A profile of Paul Portugés

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Bones of our wild forefathers

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Gordon Lish as Freddy Kreuger?
The Cutting of Raymond Carver

“Beginners”:
Raymond Carver’s draft
Gordon Lish’s edit

Letters from Carver to Lish

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A review of
Balikbayang Mahal: Passages from Exile

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Pudding & trifles
with the
Mann Booker Prize jury

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The anti-social Mr. Naipaul

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When Oulipo goes bad

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This year’s buzzwords

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Jamaican love poetry

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The selected poems
of Breyten Breytenbach

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From poetry to Slanguage
to theater

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The poetry paintings of Barry Spacks

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The first-ever translation
of Hungarian poetry into Punjabi

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David Byrne
talks with Thom Yorke
about the theory of distribution

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Charles Shere on
Stockhausen

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The LA Times obit for saxman
Frank Morgan

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A history of history

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Peter Schjeldahl on
junk art at the
New Museum

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Pipilotti Rist
among the butoh dancers of
Japan

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Survival strategies
for emerging artists

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The third marathon
of the winter season
is of course
the granddaddy (& grandmother)
of them all,
January 1
from 2:00 PM until the cows come home
down 2nd Ave
at the Poetry Project
at St Marks Church, New York


(
Two questions:
is there anyone who will be reading
at the MLA offsite,
the Woodland Pattern January Marathon
& at St Marks?

And
are there any other poetry marathons
taking place between
Christmas & February 1?)

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