Saturday, February 09, 2008

 

Peter Kaufman, real Mailman

Jim Leftwich’s Flickr archive
of vispo, mail art, etc.,
has over 31,000 images

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Geof Huth on Carlos RuisDilapidarium

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Nick Piombino on Nico Vassilakis (PDF)

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Rachel Blau DuPlessis:
Draft 88 and Draft 89

“Two more thoughts about deixis
(PDF)

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Selected Poems of Robert Creeley

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Tom Hibbard on The City Visible

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David Shapiro on poetry & criticism (PDF)

Two Jewish Boys on a Bus,
a play by Shapiro & Stephen Paul Miller
(PDF)

Stephen Paul Miller’s “Fort Dad,”
the poem as critical writing
(PDF)

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Andy Grace on Joseph Massey

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A festschrift for bill bissett

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Carla Harryman:
”let no one represent you
(PDF)

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Presidents & poetry

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Sharon Mesmer’s Annoying Diabetic Bitch

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Ian Keenan on Reginald Shepherd

Shepherd on post-avants & the third way

My first use of “post-avant” in 2002 gave examples

John Gallaher’s take

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Mark Wallace on the AWP

Rodney Koeneke’s response

AWP photos on Flickr

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Dim Sum:
responses to Juliana Spahr & Stephanie Young’s
“Number Troubles”
on gender & poetry

12 or 20 questions
with Juliana Spahr

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The New Sincerity

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Abigail Child on writing & film (PDF)

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Poetry International Web

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Barbara Guest’s “Blurred Edge” (PDF)

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A reading by Marie Buck (MP3)

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Chris Tysh on Kathy Acker (PDF)

And also here

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Susan Howe’s Souls of the Labdie Tract

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Maria Damon on kinship & Nate Mackey (PDF)

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Talking with Josh Barton

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Jed Rasula on bpNichol

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“Poetry Criticism” by Eileen R. Tabios (PDF)

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Iain Sinclair’s The Firewall

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Sally Silvers & Bruce Andrews on
translation & collaboration, writing & dance
(PDF)

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11 things about Neal Cassady

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Joan Retallack: “The Reinvention of Truth” (PDF)

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Angela Gardner’s Parts of Speech

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Michael Gottlieb: “Jobs of the Poets

Major Jackson has a different idea

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Wystan Curnow on
the “studio” as a material, social & historical structure
(PDF)

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Reading Amy King

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Mark Tursi on Dolores Dorantes

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Anne Tardos:
”The Aim of All Nature is Beauty
(PDF)

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Talking with Betsy Warland

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Talking with Natasha Trethewey

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James Sherry’s “Environment as Boredom” (PDF)

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The poetry of John Newlove

An evening to honor Newlove

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Talking with Daniel Scott Tysdal

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Charles Borkhuis: “Newsense Anti-Manifesto” (PDF)

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A new vehicle for Zimbabwe poetry

The African Drums Book and Poetry Tour

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Paul Kane’s Work Life

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Roberto Bolaño’s “The Fabulous Schiaffino Boys

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Richard Shelton on teaching writing in prisons

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In Spain, a plan to pay readers

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A website devoted to Henry Rago,
the finest editor Poetry ever had

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Poetry’s Share

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The Do-It-Yourself Publishing Coop & webring

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A survey on innovation in the book industry

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Talking with Kristy Bowen

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On Charlie Simic’s idea of the needs of poetry

Charles Simic is no Colly Cibber

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Mary Oliver reads to a packed house

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A profile of Melissa Green

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Will funding cuts be good for writers?

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How to avoid author scandals

Or not

Documenting Amis’ unamicable comments

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Michael Edwards & the Académie francaise

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Norman Fischer on light, silence & language (PDF)

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Paul Claudel & Victor Segalen

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Looking for audiences close to home

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Thom Donovan: “Some Teaching Poems” (PDF)

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Washington’s poet laureate gives a reading

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Rehabilitating Alun Lewis

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Nikki Giovanni at Emory University

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Not for Valentine’s Day

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The Bay Guardian
has dropped its monthly literary supplement

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Leonard Schwartz’ Ear and Ethos

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George Bilgere goes Haywire

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A group blog for homophonic translations

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Heidi Lynn Staples’ Dog Girl

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Daisy Fried on Alicia Ostriker’s men

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Quantum poetics

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Andrew Shields takes me up on the challenge
to name 100 recent poetry books
& gets 50 in 25 minutes
with no repeats of authors

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Indiana starts search for next laureate

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Remembering James Wright

Reading his son Franz

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The tenant wrote Macbeth

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A profile of Sean Lysaght

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Elizabeth Bradfield,
looking at nature to see oneself

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Ted Burke on Meghan O’Rourke

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More bugs with Ron Slate

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Carol Ann Davis’ Psalm

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Wallace Stegner, plagiarist?

How about Camilo José Cela?

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Kerry Shawn Keys’ The Burning Mirror

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One of Noah Eli Gordon’s four 2007 books

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Costa Prize is not for poetry

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The influence of Donald Barthelme

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Poems for Palestine & Lebanon

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How James Wood works

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Rick Barot’s Want

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In defense of the concept “experimental

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The rise of Dave Eggers

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Reviving Ogden Nash

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Mark Halperin’s Falling Through the Music

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Lee Upton’s Undid in the Land of the Undone

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Suzanne Roberts: Shameless

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Not exactly book art

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Makhdoom Mohiuddin at 00

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Poetry at the Avant-Garde Bar

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Defending Ogden Nash

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The mysticism of Li-Young Lee

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A poet for people who don’t like poetry

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F. Scott Fitzgerald & the writers’ strike

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UK library borrowers’ favorite author is
James Patterson

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Brenda Iijima:
”Metaphoric Morphology Meeting in Language
(PDF)

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Leaping languages!

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Susan Sherman’s memoir of the ‘60s

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A profile of Philip Glass

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Chris Anderson has died

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Remembering Ed Mock

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Gay’s Modernism

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Roma art in Hungary

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Visiting with Ed Ruscha

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Jasper Johns’ true color

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Seeing $ in stolen art

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Save Spiral etty!

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Many (tho not all) of the PDF links
this time come from the terrific new journal
Critiphoria
with much much more than I have space
to link to here

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