Sunday, February 24, 2008

 

Les Murray: Publish my wife
& I’ll give you a blurb

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Auggie Kleinzahler on Creeley’s Selected Poems

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Bill Manhire: “bump into meaning”

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The poetry of Berkeley in the sixties

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Nate Mackey’s Bass Cathedral

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Five new poems by Rae Armantrout

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The Wind Shifts: New Latino Poetry

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Edna St. Vincent Millay: hustler with a lyric voice

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“Substitute, say, ‘language poetry’ for ‘fascism’…. “

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Ron Loewinsohn’s memoir of mimeo days

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Three poems by Jean Day

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Coldfront’s 2007 in Review

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Alan Davies’ “Stone

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Langston Hughes in Austin

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Walt Nygard, war poet

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Cathal Ó Searcaigh’s poems
to remain in curriculum for two more years

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A profile of the Tipton Poetry Journal

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In Delhi, “Poetry Capital of the World,”
100 poets read, one minute each

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Slapshot poetry

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Shin Gyeong-lim’s The Camel

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Slam poet Boris “Bluz” Rogers

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Brigit Pegeen Kelly, typical “distinguished American poet”

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God’s gift to poetry

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Richard Kenney’s The One-Strand River

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The first anthology of Macau poetry in English

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Helen Dunmore: Catullus as cliché

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Cody’s to move & shrink again

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A YouTube for documents?

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Who reads

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Unwriting

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Why newspapers are dying

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Print-on-demand & the bookstore of the future

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Cultural obesity & the web

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The university in 2026

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Theory & the blues

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Meanwhile,
at the Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium

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Photography, the instant art

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Animal Merger Products: The Early Years

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John Currin’s high art porn at the Gagosian

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John Chamberlain’s heavy metal

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Latin American performance art

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The art of Ghada Amer

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Structure and Paint

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Trisha Brown after dancing

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