Saturday, January 26, 2008

 

A profile of Lilya Brik

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Ton van ‘t Hof’s brilliant link list

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The sexiest poem of the year (2007)
is The Big Melt

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Maya Angelou’s pro-Hillary poem

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Talking with Amadou Lamine Sall

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First US obit of Hone Tuwhare

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Gabe Gudding’s
fifteen minute poem for ron silliman

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Frank Wilson on Christian Wiman

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Roberto Bolaño’s “Max Mirabalais…”

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Jennifer Bartlett’s Derivative
of the Moving Image

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Cell phone fiction

Confessions of a cell phone fictioneer

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England’s France:
On David Gascoyne’s translations of Pierre Jean Jouve
& Alan Simpson’s Drunken Boats

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York’s voice

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Is art bad for you?

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Misreading Frost

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The new Pound bio
reviewed in the Moonie newspaper
by a prof from
Amherst

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Sam Cornish
is Boston’s first poet laureate

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A trio
of Canadian poets laureate

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The poet laureate of
Lancaster County, PA

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“Grammar Nazi” slam poet

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The persistence of bad poetry

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A profile of JG Ballard

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Publishers’ Weekly profiles Bookslut

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Poetry & marathons: the beginning

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Cathy Wagner @ Satchel’s Grill

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The future of Quietude:
Who reads George Sterling now?

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Slammin’ @ Brandeis

& in Duluth

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An enigma to Heidegger,
”simple” and “happy” to Billy Collins

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Blog comments vs. peer review

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Charles Wright is well equipped to evoke nostalgia”

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Poe’s “toaster” strikes again

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A profile of Steve Kessler

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Little to smile at
in Brian Turner’s poetry from
Iraq

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Rod Jellema’s A Slender Grace

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Poetry at Rose
turns 20

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New bio of Milton
skips the poetry

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The best indie bookstores in the UK

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The latest death-of-a-bookstore piece
comes from Tahoe

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Is too much writing killing writing?

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The decline of literacy, the rise of books

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The kids can’t help it

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Eloquence vs. rhetoric

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Mary Beard
on the persistence of Greek Myth
(note the links)

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Launching The Relationship

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Talking with filmmaker Ernie Gehr
(MP3)

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Wal-Mart supports contemporary dance

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What it takes to develop an opera in the US today

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The dream of anonymity

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Particle art

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The garage as art

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Diebenkorn in New Mexico

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What you notice

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Coming soon: the smell of fear

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Always a good career move

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Against independent voters

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Stonewalling Jefferson’s (& others’) archives

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