Sunday, January 13, 2008

 

Edward Field
is just one of two
”NY School poets”
from The New American Poetry
still alive

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“The most influential poet
you never heard of

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John Perrault & Carolee Schneeman
on the performance work
of Hannah Weiner
(MP4)

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Richard Knight
on the art of Roberto Harrison

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The poet laureate of New Bedford, MA
currently is reading Phil Whalen,
Joanne Kyger & Afaa Michael Weaver

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Raves for The Four Horsemen Project

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9 poets 9 cities

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Robert Pinsky on Jimmy Schuyler

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The new generation of poetry editors
suggests that the
School of Q
can’t find qualified poets
who are U.S.-born
(anglophilia in the age of globalization?)

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Melville the poet

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Jamming with Charlie & Bob

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Simone de Beauvoir at 100

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The poet behind Star Trek & The Matrix

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Catullus & Lesbia

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Phil Levine is 80

Levine reading in Berkeley 1998

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Not the muse:
a profile of Dorothy Stafford

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Nigerian & Romanian poets
as seen from
Nova Scotia

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Abdullah Goran & Kurdish modernism

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Eight new members of the National Books Critics Circle

Plus Ron Padgett & Victor Hernandez Cruz
named as chancellors
of the
Academy of American poets

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The laureate as carpenter

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Opening the fly of A.M. Klein

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About Brian Mornar

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Poetry, depression & suicide
in 1930s
Korea

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A roundup of some poets
& poetic prose

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115 new bookstores opened in 2007
(forgets to mention the roughly 250 that closed)

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This week’s death-of-a-bookstore pieces
come from Ashland, Oregon & Ithaca, NY
but in Philly
it’s readers to the rescue

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Borders gets all poetical
with Mark Strand, Paul Muldoon, a contest,
a little slammin’ & a lot of quietude

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A blog devoted to the sound of language

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Striking writers
& the conundrum of publicity

Why aren’t more women writers
out on strike?

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The librarian of Baghdad

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How universities work

Marc Bousquet’s weblog

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Picture poets

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Voice recognition & the language

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The race to sell books

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The art of bookcrossing

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Literate cities

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Johnny can’t read – so what?

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When a member of the Forbes family
writes verse

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Save the art of correspondence!

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Listen to the Eliot shortlist

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Between the written & the visual

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Is J-school necessary?

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When the classics are a snooze

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“You don’t need a weatherman
to know which way the wind blows

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The films of Henry Hills
including my one cinematic credit
(MOV)

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Dvorak, “the negrophile

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A visit with George Herms

George Herms & Allen Ginsberg,
interviewed by Charlie Rose

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The writer’s brush

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Who gets Trafalgar Square?

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When is a Warhol Warhol?

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Boy Picasso

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Raping Europa & The Barnes

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on Wednesday,
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