Tuesday, February 26, 2008

 

Talking with John Ashbery

Poetry that is never “about

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Lyn Hejinian & the Tampa Bay Devil Rays

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Using Jennifer Moxley’s Middle Room
as a “biblical text”

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Remembering Raul Salinas

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Charles Bernstein’s Objectivist Blues

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Pierre Joris:
3 poems & an interview

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A profile of Geoffrey Gatza

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Joseph Massey’s Out of Light

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Gregory Corso: The Last Beat

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Ghostwriting Gabriel García Márquez

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Gary Sullivan on “Numbers Troubles”
& an early”anthology” of mine

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Evie Shockley, Rudyard Fearon
& the rise of Barack Obama

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The Quietist as collector

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A profile of Le Hinton

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Committing Poetry in a Time of War

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Where poetry is more popular than soccer

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To Thomas De Quincy, Dorothy Wordsworth was
”the very wildest …person I have ever known”

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First Person:
New Media as Story, Performance & Game

Second Person:
Role-Playing and Story in Games and Playable Media

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Roald Hoffmann, Nobel chemist & poet
on the art’s relation to science

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Eavan Boland & Charlotte Mew

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Talking with Bob Hass

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To Milton for the politics

“By far the most intelligent and serious of English poets”

Musicality is central to the poet’s works”

Milton, the podcast (MP3)

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The Year of Zbignew Herbert

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Remembering Robbe-Grillet

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How did you start writing?

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This week’s death-of-a-bookstore pieces
involve the last indie
in the western half of
Westchester County, NY
& a Brentwood indie
with deep ties to the
Hollywood scene

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Looking for Theodore Roethke’s Saginaw

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Slammin against hip-hop

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Slammin’” on the Northern Mariana Islands

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A biography of Wallace Stegner

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Talking with Ursula Le Guin

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Postcolonial poetry in English & the web (PDF)

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Poetry & the trace

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A profile of Eric “Bear Dance” Breland

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P.E.I. poet laureate
launches website

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The use of poetry

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Poetry in the schools, Jakarta style

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Fear No Fear Shakespeare

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A book fair in Bangladesh

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A biography of Audre Lorde

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Robert Frost unplugged

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Try a different hat

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He’s ba-ack:
BBC to broadcast lost Larkin poems

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Kashmiri poets document conflict

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A profile of Con Hilberry

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The oddest book titles shortlist

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Why open-source publishing is like
anti-slavery abolitionism

Some comments thereon

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Litfest ends amid recriminations

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The end of a bad idea

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Writing & Hollywood:
take the money & run

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Pierrot le Fou

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When shock & awe belonged to the arts

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Why should you suffer?

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Time to say goodbye
to your Polaroids

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The saxophone in South Indian music

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Basketball & philosophy

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When the net takes over

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The myth of democracy on the web

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Pure hype

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Farimani

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A generational revolution in Bay theater

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Images, metaphors & “movies” in the brain

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A nation where all university jobs
are temporary

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The 1,500,000th visit
came at
7:46 PM Eastern last night
from somebody at
the City University of New York
who appears to have been searching
for something in the October 2004
archive

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