Thursday, February 21, 2008

 

Alain Robbe-Grillet has died at 85

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Rae Armantrout in The New Yorker

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Talking with Peter Gizzi

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The New York poetry scene

A new translation of Poet in New York

Michael Dirda on NYC & AWP

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The sound poems of bpNichol

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Conceptual poetry in Arizona

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Hugh MacDiarmid
& the Stone of
Scone

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Pound’s moody genius

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468CThyFuture:
video as book, book as video

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The Frost medal for Michael Harper

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Project: to read 200 books
in 2008 & blog it all

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The world’s most widely read
living poet

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If Robert Creeley
were a character in Peanuts,
would he be Linus?

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Christian Bök on Dennis Lee

& on chance in writing

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WorldCat:
find books in a library near you

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One more reason
to go to the library

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Almodovar to film Marcos Ana biopic

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Rachel Zucker’s Bad Wife Handbook

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Sharon Mesmer’s Annoying Diabetic Bitch

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Major Jackson’s Hoops

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Trevor Joyce’s What’s in Store

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The two sides of Paul Muldoon

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Jen Hadfield’s Nigh-No Place

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A memorial for Landis Everson at St. Marks

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The first e-book to reach one million downloads?

Percentage of students
who have bought e-textbooks: 18
(PDF)

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This week’s death-of-a-bookstore tales
come from Pittsburgh and Washington, DC

The role of supermarkets
in the decline of bookstores

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Where textbook dollars go (PDF)

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How to save money on books

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Talking with Philip Roth

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Irvan Perez has died, & with him
some of the last links to Ileños

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Talking with Hiram Larew
(part two)

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Lee Sharkey & the war on words

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A profile of Miguel Barnet

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Edward Byrne on
Patricia Fargnoli & B.H. Fairchild

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Anne Waldman chants the plight of manatees

John Flynn sings of their snot

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Ashraf Hossain’s On Behula’s Raft

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Getting a reading series going in Malaysia

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Videos of a youth slam
at Richard Hugo House

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The poetry of Roger Clemens

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Should Cathal Ó Searcaigh
stay in the curriculum?

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Robert Pinsky on Alan Shapiro

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How dumb are we?

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Is reading doomed?

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Writers as drunks

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The wit of Rye, NY

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Roberto Bolaño’s imaginary monsters

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£15,000 to imitate BART in Russia

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Vendler’s Yeats

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A profile of Henri Cole

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Is © foe heading for Congress?

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Talking with Carl Phillips

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The Library of America’s 979-page edition
of a poet who published just 90 poems

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Talking with Simon Armitage

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A portrait of the poet

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Charlie Simic in Delaware

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Theater and the suspicion of language

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The resurrection of Richard Yates

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James Wood: lost in translation

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Make Me a Supercritic

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(Art) journalism vs. blogging

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Julian Schnabel’s journey

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Dorothy Podber has died

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Frida Kahlo in Philadelphia

“with eyes half open”

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Art and the feminist revolution

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Philip Guston’s Poor Richard

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A renaissance in public art in the UK?

(Slideshow here)

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Illicit cultural property

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Japanese supreme court
overturns Mapplethorpe obscenity ruling

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Julian Bell on Lucian Freud

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Roscoe Mitchell, scientist of sound

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The problem of importantitis

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The alleged importance of publishers
in music

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Is listening gendered?

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You call this an arts policy?

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“How one interprets Modernism
depends on what one includes”

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