Wednesday, January 09, 2008

 

Did Borges invent the internet?

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Mary Oliver’s tribute
to Molly Malone Cook

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The first half
of Tom Devaney’s tour
of Poe’s house
in the new Sienese Shredder

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Talking with Hoa Nguyen

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Personality & influence
in the work of Gertrude Stein

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Wednesday night, January 9
5 PM Pacific, 8 PM Eastern
Bowery Women on
the Moe Green Radio Hour

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Early Pound

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Bibliotherapy

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Nonreading for dummies – not!

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Iran’s crackdown on literature

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Raymond Queneau’s last book
& “his most momentous”

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Sleeping with Simone

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Experimental (and other) poetry
in contemporary India

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Some terrific sonnets
from Christian Hawkey

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Remembering Sandy Taylor

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Memories of Moondog

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Howard Junker in defense of Gordon Lish

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Donald Hall’s New Hampshire

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The “ultimate Bukowski

Bukloved Hitler

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A belated obit
for Liam O’Gallagher

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Bangla poetry in exile:
Shahid Quadri

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Bug House poetics

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The politics of Peter Handke

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The lost art of letter writing

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Shepherd Bliss
on poetry & farming

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Translator as traitor

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Thomas Lynch
on Susan Sontag’s son

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Make it new!
(1878-1917)

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Why the writers’ strike drags on

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Construction grammar

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Gandalf reads The Prelude

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Life at the library

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Remember the dead

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Killing dead poets

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Poetry New Hampshire

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Talking with Daljit Nagra

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The Veterans Writing Group
& Maxine Hong Kingston

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Mutanabi Street
is starting to recover

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This week’s death-of-a-bookstore pieces
come from Seattle and Salt Lake City

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Bookselling in a post-literate world

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In Japan, reading declines

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Jean Sprackland wins the Costa

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Purgatory Chasm

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Cold as a tomb of an infant emperor

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Indian poetry in Poetry

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Goethe, the Persian

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Childhood’s end

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Reviews of Bob Hass & Denis Johnson

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Missouri’s first poet laureate

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Behind Boston’s move for a poet laureate

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Potter profits enable Raincoast
to cut Canadian authors

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Commie poet in South Africa

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Teacher wins UA poetry award

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Talking with Robert Johnson

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Poetics of the drunken mother

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Louis MacNeice’ “Cradle Song” considered

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The argument for John Crowley

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Quad Cities searches for its poet laureate

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Richard Tillinghast on Dennis O’Driscoll

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Surprised by joy in Portsmouth, NH

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Rumi for Twentysomethings

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Talking with January O’Neill

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Graphic novel book clubs

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A “middleweightSchool of Q anthology

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The upper classes no longer form an elite
(D’oh!)

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The “greatest British writer since 1945”
& other hallucinations

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Protecting the world from the far left
by giving it tenure

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The unwritten

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Dipping madeleines with Marcel

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The humanities
are of no use whatsoever

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Quiet times at the NEA

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Robert Ashley’s “She Was a Visitor
(MP3)

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Red Allen would have been 100 this week

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Pulling strings

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The rest is noise

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The Americanization of Israeli art

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The man who owned Warhol

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I, me, mine

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Jasper John’s ”Bushbabies

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The fate of 500 Capp Street

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Miracle on the Bowery

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Prefab rehab

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What is “original”?

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Should artists retire?

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New work from Trevor Winkfield

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The Vancouver School

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Art vs. society in Anne Arundel County

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The fruit that changed the world

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Between experience & ideology

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Common sense

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