Sunday, January 20, 2008

 

Alpha poet

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Talking with Laynie Browne

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Laura Moriarty reads from A Semblance

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89 interviews with major authors
all in the journal Jacket

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Talking with Mary Rising Higgins

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Remembering Hone Tuwhare

Tuwhare’s roots in the north

The AP obit

& the Otago Daily Times

Even the pols pay their respects

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Charles Bernstein reading in the seventies
(MP3)

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The Continental Review
focuses on video poetics

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Materials for Jeremy Prynne’s
Poetry in Translation seminar

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Horsemen stretch the boundaries

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Memoirs from Stan Persky
& Don Coles

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Mallarmé in Arabic

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Talking with Mary Jo Bang

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Gary Geddes & the Canadian long poem

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Nikki Giovanni goes to Boise

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The cheerleader
who won the Pulitzer

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Autonauts of the Cosmoroute
(a pedestrian’s dissent)

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Materials for Robert Budde’s
Transparency Machine Event on Ecopoetics

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Talking with Simone Beaubien

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The most prolific writer in the world
is Ryoki Inoue

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A profile of David Rowbotham

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William Logan
fawns o’er Geoffrey Hill

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How to write poems
from a guy who
can’t read Macbeth

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Les technicians du sacré

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A literature as large as China

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Yo!
A gender-neutral pronoun emerges

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The CIA as patron

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Burning Nabokov’s Laura

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A month of poetry

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A profile of Edmund Wilson

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William Kennedy @ 80

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The 22nd most popular poet in the world
was born in 1990

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Alfred Corn on ekphrasis

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Enamored of Robert Burns

The largest existing Burns archive
may just be
in
Provo, Utah

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Sean O’Brien thinks
it’s a great time for poetry

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A journal with a regional focus

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Do prizes matter?

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Ted Hughes’ letters
make their way south

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© vs. the commons

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This death-of-a-bookstore-piece
has a new twist – the fire department

While this one
points to the more common problems
of the big chains plus the net

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Where have all the bookstores gone?

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Book scavengers

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Has the decline in the number
of bookstores in the
UK
finally come to an end?

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Open access book publishing

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Raise high the roof beam, carpenter,
store your books

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Are free newspapers
the death of literacy?

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A long
and not entirely accurate
consideration of the NEA

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Libraries are not dead yet

Toronto libraries thrive

When the library is rated X

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In archives we trust

Archive Fever

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The “most beautiful language?”

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Outsourcing journalism

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Against happiness

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What Searle forgets

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The Ezra Pound of chess

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Homeward Bound (Oh yes I am…)

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The art scene in Baghdad

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Van Gogh’s sketchbook?

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Art as an end vs. art as a means

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