Sunday, February 03, 2008

 

photo © Charles Bernstein

Ted Burke on Rae Armantrout

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Hank Lazer’s essays
are half price
until March 31

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A profile of John Giorno

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Todd Swift, shooting at canons

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Having my cake & eating it too

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Against scattershot editing in literary journals

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The most valuable result of the anti-Milton campaign

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Doris Lessing receives the Nobel
(video)

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Edward Byrne on Galway Kinnell

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Vietnamese writer released

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Talking with Kevin Williamson

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Robert Peake: Confronting Heaney

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Abu Dhabi’s “Million Poets” competition
is a certified TV hit

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Why it takes so long
for a (trade press) book
to be published

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Self-publishers of the world, unite!

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Why indie bookstores matter

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Another obit for Canada’s oldest bookshop

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Amazon buys Audible

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A profile of Katrina Porteous

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Beatnik days in Trenton, GA

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“a creature of shame

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What poet laureates actually do

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Poetry & youth

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Motion’s memoir”

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Poetry on ice: The Sawchuk Poems

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Saving “Spiral Jetty
or maybe not

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Barry Schwabsky on the New Museum

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George Bush’s favorite work of art

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Meeting Zhang Xiaogang

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4,000 “new” negatives
of Robert Capa

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John Cage has a secret

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Detroit Free Press
drops its film critic

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A profile of critic James Wood

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Just how daft is Martin Amis?

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The short list for the “Arab Booker”

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The memoirs of Regis Debray

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Robert Fisk’s “biography” of Saddam Hussein

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The art of the phony book cover

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