Monday, January 28, 2008

 

George & Mary Oppen

George Oppen at 100

For the 100th birthday party,
scroll down to April 7th

Oppen’s cousin, Ethel Kremer Schwabacher

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Carl Boon’s dissertation
on my poem
The Alphabet

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Talking with Frank Sherlock

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A profile of Edith Grossman

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How JG Ballard wrote Crash

More excerpts from his new memoir
can be found here & here

How I write

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Frank Stanford & Gram Parsons

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The unpublishable published

An example thereof

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A silly review of the new Pound bio

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Extreme alphabet

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cocreator of the ‘creative writing industry’”

It should have stayed lost

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Nabokov at the stake,
fanning the flames

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Bob Hass in Tel Aviv

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Poetry &/or intelligibility
pops up as a concern
in Kurdish north Iraq

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Gender politics & poetry in Tamil Nadu

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The love poems of Edwin Morgan

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Oh no, Karibu:
death of a bookstore chain in DC

Readers rescuing bookstores

In Vancouver, Little Sisters is for sale

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A new formalist
trying to trim
the
School of Quietude

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The poetry of Ngozi Obasi Awa

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Derek Walcott: 60 years of poetry

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Cowboy poets gather in Alpine, TX

Paul Zarzyski at the “cowboy Woodstock

The astronaut’s daughter who turned cowboy poet

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The tubercular shoemaker who became a major Yiddish poet

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A short profile of Niizh Makwa

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Anagram leads to arrest in Burma

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A regional poet from
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

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76 South Carolina poets

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There are no SF poets in the new Zyzzyva

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Reading report: Galway Kinnell

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The secret life of Tom Paulin

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A profile of Natasha Trethewey

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Green Mill: the Globe Theatre of Slam

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People of the chapbook

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Growing literary agents from stem cells

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Rochester’s new poet laureate

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Governor to attend Kentucky laureate’s reading

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A poet in the schools

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A poetry marathon in Laconia, NH

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Rough eulogy for Poe

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Actual poems from the virtual pond

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Famous Seamus on Bobby Burns

The Burns fanatic

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Stephen King by the numbers

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Two poems by Rehman Baba

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Amazon’s top reviewers

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Paul Durcan on the Laughter of Mothers

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Jeanette Winterson on
the correspondence of Ted Hughes

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Things to do off-site
away from the AWP

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Reading Charlie Simic in Utah

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On seriously missing deadlines

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Macbeth & the X-Men

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Little matters of metaphor

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Adios, Eyak:
Chief Marie Smith Jones,
the last fluent speaker, dies

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Library of Congress readings
can be found here & here

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Sci-fi: the last refuge of philosophical thought

A profile of Marshall McLuhan

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Philosophy & comics

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Anonymous

Anon vs. Scientology

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Walter Benjamin’s Archive

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The anti-collaboratorAlfred Kazin

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The Cognitive Linguistics Reader

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The wandering archive of Robert Capa

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The New York photographs
of Rudy Burckhardt

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Julian Rosenfeldt south of Chelsea

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The new political art

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Who really painted the Sistine Chapel?

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Courbet at the Met

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Follow the money

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Will recession cap the art market?

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Conflict of interest

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Same ol’ film academy

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After atonality

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Programming contemporary music

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935 lies

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Juxtaposition of the century dept.:
Friday, February 1
Rae Armantrout and Mark Strand
Sponsored by the
Academy of American Poets
Grand Ballroom
, 3rd Floor,
Hilton
New York, 1335 7th Avenue
8:30 p.m.; FREE and open to the public

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