Tuesday, February 05, 2008

 

Grace Hartigan on Frank O’Hara

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Jeff Clark, book designer extraordinaire

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Geoff Huth on Bob Grumman

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Talking with Mairead Byrne

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Searching for Frank Stanford

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Chinua Achebe on the 50th anniversary of
Things Fall Apart

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Losing languages

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Arts Council pulls lit funding

Is the Arts Council out to kill literature?

Arts Council: we’re raising lit funding

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Poetry doesn’t need much promotion

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Mary Oliver sells out 2,500 seat auditoriums
in
Portland & Seattle

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What freaks people out more?
Talking werewolf-dogs that bust up meth labs
or free verse?

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Robert Archambeau responds
to the plaints of Todd Swift

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This week’s death-of-a-bookstore piece
is the only general new book indie shop in Vegas,
closed by
Mandalay Bay as a move
“toward the resort’s younger audience”

In Ann Arbor, the Shaman Drum bookstore
may go nonprofit

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A look at the Canadian retail book industry

A government study on the same topic

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The fate of Charles Hills,
writer, editor, would-be murderer

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Linh Dinh, Jessica Lowenthal & Randall Couch
discuss Adrienne Rich’s “Wait”

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Talking with Major Jackson

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Discussing dolls with David Trinidad

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Stephen Burt on new Russian poets

& on Jasper Bernes

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Six post-avant classics for the price of one

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Of Özdemir Ince,
Turkey’s leading translator of Greek poetry

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Poetry & voice
(yes, in 2008!)

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How not to write a sonnet

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Talking with Robert Hass

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A bio of Edna St. Vincent Millay

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3 funny poets

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enough of a suck-up

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Science, art & literary criticism

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Talking with Carlos Martinez

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Remembering Marcel Martinet

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Ezra Pound’s Chinese Friends

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A.E. Stallings on George Seferis

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“the childlike wit” of Simon Armitage

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The modern Byron

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Robert Pinsky on Campbell McGrath

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Dilip Chitre’s As Is, Where Is

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Reginald Shepherd,
back from the AWP, asks
Can’t we get along?

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When they really, really
don’t like the poetry

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The work of Luc Sante

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Talking with John Steffler

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Chain store pulls “Lolita bed

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What the Poetry Foundation’s editors
liked of their websites publication in ‘07
and what their readers liked

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John Hollander’s imitation of Kenny Goldsmith

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Kenny Goldsmith on outsider art

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A short profile of Lee Sharkey

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Shakespeare’s pied-à-terre

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Jordan appeals court upholds sentence
of jihadist poet

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Permanent Winter

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Writers’ strike nears settlement

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Two Guyanese poets,
read through the work of Derek Walcott

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Celebrating the birthday of Robert Burns

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the terrifying democracy of illness

Carlin Romano on David Rieff on Susan Sontag

Rieff’s first chapter

Folly & the will to live

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Corporate intellectuals?

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The many lives of Lee Miller

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Jasper Johns in grey

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The Philly jazz scene

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The Pound problem in music

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One way to counter a bad review

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Michael Chabon on Barack Obama

Erica Jong on Hillary Clinton

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