Sunday, February 17, 2008

 

Ten questions for Reginald Shepherd

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Stephen Burt on Robert Creeley

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The poets of Generation X

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“The Top Ten Lit Stars of 2008”

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Five rare books from the original found poet,
Bern Porter (all PDF)

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The German in Pierre Joris
translations of Paul Celan

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India to writer under fatwa:
stay hidden or leave

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Earliest recording of Howl
is found at
Reed College

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“Iconic Ottawa poet rob mclennan

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A statue for Al Purdy

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Charles Bernstein taking on Calvin Trillin
in the new issue of The Nation
(subscription required)

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Joel Bettridge on Bernstein’s Shadowtime

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PBS Newshour’s profile of Elizabeth Bishop

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Chris Tonelli of Ploughshares
weighs in on the post-avant debate

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The lasting impact of Chinese classical poetry

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A new collaboration between
Theodore A. Harris & Amiri Baraka

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A profile of Li-Young Lee

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The influence of Gwendolyn Brooks

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Peter Ciccariello’s The Remains of the Poet III

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Nikki Giovanni visits the school
where they named a bat in her honor

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On Don Paterson’s “Lyric Principle

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News that stays new, 2008 political debate style:
at Woodland Pattern, candidates for alderman
were invited to discuss three poems each

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A little-known award, with some big payouts

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Tao Lin:
The Interns Strike Back

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Renee Marie on Joanne Kyger

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A profile of Naomi Shihab Nye

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IBé Kaba & questions of poetry & class
in
Guinea

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A profile of Hiram Larew

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Two ways of looking at a border

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Performance poetry in Scotland:
Punk but no Guitar

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Some poems for Black History Month

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So what makes it Jewish?

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David Orr on Matthea Harvey

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Another poet from Lawrence, MA

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A profile of Duane Poole

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Remembering Vi Gale

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Bringing music to the poetry of Kate Light

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A profile of Wendy Ronk

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A profile of Mike Donnan

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Elisabeth Workman’s Opolis

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Nostalgic Western-theme poetry

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The words & music of Creative Tradition

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Publishers are clueless re the web

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“Spatial and Linguistic Aspects of Visual Imagery
in Sentence Comprehension”

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Reviving the Whorf hypothesis

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Deafness, cognition & language

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Meaning in the palm of your hand (PDF)

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The letters of a chicken farmer

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Doc Humes & the other side of The Paris Review

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The latest death-of-a-bookshop piece
is from Venice, Florida

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One way to save a bookstore:
sell used books only

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The bookstores-vs-online debate
goes on in
Viet Nam

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Borders tries out a “big box digital bookstore

& gets okay to sell Australian stores

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A rant on PCs vs. print

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For bookstores, 2007 was pretty much a wash

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Looking at bookstores from a
completely different point of view

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The Thane of Cawdor in Brooklyn

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Shakespeare not for Valentine’s Day

Think of it as Boxing Day instead

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Life after Mary Oliver” –
reading series stretches out
all the way from A to B

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Hungarian poetry for Hindi readers

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The role of craft, if any

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Talking with David Rieff about Susan Sontag

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Are Americans idiots?

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Putting politics out of sight

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Wikipedia & the new curriculum

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The potential (and limits) of blogging

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Global campus, global ambition

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Photography, materiality & the absence of film

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Oliver Sacks on migraines & art

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Helen’s Odyssey” by Eleanor Antin

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Wayne Thiebaud takes the cake

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Missing Basquiat turns up in NY warehouse

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Cranach the Elder too sexy for the Tube?

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When does appropriation become plagiarism?

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Sculpture kills two – artist charged

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When in London, check out Rodchenko

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Danish papers republish “Muhammad” cartoons
to protest murder plot

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Steve Gerber has died

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Tutugate

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