Friday, January 04, 2008

 

Remembering Sylvester Pollet

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The new poetry editor of The Nation
is Peter Gizzi

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42 years after Denise Levertov rejected
Jack Spicer’s
Two Poems for The Nation
they finally appear
in its pages
[subscription required]

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“The most important
American love poet in living memory,
and certainly one of the most important
American poets tout court” –
Susan Stewart on Robert Creeley

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Leslie Scalapino’s introduction to
The Collected Poems of Philip Whalen

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Susan Bee, Emma Bee Bernstein & Charles Bernstein
reading from Hannah Weiner’s Clairvoyant Journal

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Sardinian poet Peppino Marroto killed
in 50-year-old vendetta

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Boog City 47
is an anthology
of
New York poets
(PDF)

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The AWP convention is
sold out!

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Becoming fluent in Beckett

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Word!

Word not!

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In New Orleans, one newspaper
expands its book coverage

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Vandals trash Frost home

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A boost to Pangasinan literature

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Talking with Kaiser Haq

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A profile of Jessica Purdy

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Print-on-demand is expanding
the number of titles published

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Poetry by the Mersey

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The gloomiest poet in Britain

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Young rhymer inspired by Dylan

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Are e-textbooks any closer to reality?

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World lit comes to Abu Dhabi

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“It has not been a good decade for poetry”

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Tom Wolfe leaves FSG

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The importance of knowing
what you haven’t read

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Academic librarians & rank

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Do IRBs keep oral moral?

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Why travel writing sucks

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Talking with Roger Conover
about MIT Press

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It’s not how long you live
so much as it is
how you live, as such

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Weepin’ Willie Robinson has died

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Fungus threatens Lascaux

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Lee Friedlander,
walking through Olmstead’s world

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Art vs. art history

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Polis is this

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Tech & the humanities muddle along

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A bio of Alfred Kazin

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Morris Dickstein on the memoirs of Geoffrey Hartman

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What Have You Changed Your Mind About?

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There goes the West Side

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