Wednesday, February 13, 2008

 

Power Crazy Senior General Than Shwe:
a short anthology in support of jailed Burmese poet Saw Wai
(PDF)

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One year probation for aiding bio-art

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Ismail Gulgee has been murdered

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John Ashbery, collagiste

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Yevtushenko at 74

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Who’s in & who’s out
& what does that mean anymore?

Paul Hoover’s original post
and follow-up

Christian Bök: Why I am not “post-avant”

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Reginald Shepherd is shocked, shocked
by the responses he got

Shepherd on becoming a blogger

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Call for proposals: Poetry of the 1970s

Reassessing the ‘70s

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Is book blogging legit crit?

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Zadie Smith: lit prizes are B.S.

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Ron Padgett’s translation of Reverdy’s Prose Poems

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Talking with Amy King

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Reading Heather Thomas

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Daisy Fried reading Rexroth

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The art of deciphering manuscripts

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Mark Scroggins takes the 100 book challenge

Jonathan Mayhew is doing the same, but with novels!

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Remembering Burt Hatlen:
Mark Scroggins and Norman Finkelstein

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The brat-like qualities of Arthur Rimbaud

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Talking with Samuel Menashe

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textsound, an audio ezine

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Rigoberto González on A Midsummer Night’s Press

& on Slapering Hol Press

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Les Murray’s Selected Poems

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Responses to Reed Whittemore’s memoir

Furioso archives at Yale

Whittemore’s first co-editor, James Angleton

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The 99-year-old bookstore
& the secret Bukowski book signings

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Zimbabwe poets tackle human rights

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Nigerian prison poems

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Dub poet Guiding Star

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There are only 5 colleges in Australia
that don’t offer a degree in creative writing

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Michael Wells on Jayne Pupek

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The poet plays hoops

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Talking with Gregory Betts

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A parish poet for Lickey & Blackwell

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Distribution & equilibration in Three Lives

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Talking with Mukoma Wa Ngugi

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Nikki Giovanni in Tulsa

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Mike Burwell’s Cartography of Water

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Daniel Green: avoiding oblivion

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Bipolar poets

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Some wordy verse described as “precisely detailed”

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A profile of Walter Bargen,
Missouri’s poet laureate

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Talking with Jared Smith

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Nick Powell on Robert Hass

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The chanteuse, her poets & the French president

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Cate Marvin’s Fragment of the Head of a Queen

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Ted Kooser, “mass mail Casanova

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Ectopia Cordis

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A profile of John Hodge

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Helen Losse on Forrest Hamer

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Poems from the factory floor

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Shut up & write

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Matt Hart’s Simply Rocket

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Vorticisms

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Bedouin poet salutes Big Brother contestant

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Talking with Rita Donovan

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The poetry editor of Ladies Home Journal

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Steve McOrmond’s Primer on the Hereafter

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Stranger to the language

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J.G. Ballard’s last book?

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Writing trash isn’t easy

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Short, flat poems that go on too long

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Rita Wong & Stuart Ross

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Devotional poetry, then & now

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Love poetry & Valentine’s Day

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The influence of Lee Sang-hwa

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A profile of Jeff Vande Zande

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The return of Alfred Kazin

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40 years later, A. Alvarez has a second collection of essays

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What are the limits of academic freedom?

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Online vs. print publication

The right to distribute your work online

(But what about peer review & the impact on publishers?)

HarperCollins to post free books on the web

The net is more than just a copy machine –
it’s the basis for the world economy

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Who won the writers strike?

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Is Terry Eagleton “too old” to teach?

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Can New College survive?

Can liberal arts colleges survive?

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Just how far does © extend?

Not to Canada it would appear

The feds have their own idea

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Tolkien heirs sue for their share of The Ring

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Who qualifies as a public intellectual?

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If you’re in New York,
check out the 2008 Persian Arts Festival

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A collaboration between a poet,
a filmmaker & a composer

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The Poetry Foundation survey applied to music

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What Pete Seeger wrought

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The Jewish roots of Bob Dylan

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Going to school on Opus 95

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Fifteen-minute operas

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The center of the jazz world?

Boeing begs to differ

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Individuals within a quartet

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Neil Young: Music changes nothing

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Eli Broad’s active critique of museums

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The most important art work of the 20th Century

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Barry Schwabsky on Lawrence Weiner

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The problems of shipping art in Canada

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The price of fame

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Silence and Lee Friedlander

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The future of repertory cinema

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Smash labs

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Where the candidates stand
on funding the arts

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